DIASTASIS & TAPING: THE TOGETHER TAPE™ & HOW IT CAN HELP WITH YOUR DIASTASIS

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The Together Tape™ is meant to help with Diastasis Recti healing. The tape aids in the closure of a Diastasis Recti when used in combination with the Diastasis Rehab Splint®. The tape can be worn on its own if you can't wear the Diastasis Rehab Splint®.

If you experience any pain, bloating, back pain or discomfort while doing physical activity it could be because of your Diastasis Recti. Read on for more information about the role of the Together Tape™ in the process of narrowing the gap between your recti muscles.

HOW The Together Tape™ HELPS IN NARROWING THE GAP IN YOUR DIASTASIS

To bring the muscles and connective tissue together, the tape works similarly to a Butterfly Band-Aid. When the tape is stretched while being applied, it pulls back to its original "un-stretched" position once it is applied to the skin. The constant recoiling of the skin provides messages to the connective tissue and muscles, encouraging them to move in the same direction as the tape.

Advantages of Using THE Together Tape™

When you can't wear the Diastasis Rehab Splint®, the Together TapeTM is a great alternative. Wearing a splint underneath a swimsuit may seem odd, but the Together Tape™ would look great with a one-piece swimsuit.

The Drawbacks of Using Together Tape™

Because the skin on your belly is so fragile, the Together Tape™ may produce an allergic reaction at first.

If you develop an allergic reaction, stop using the tape and wait a week. Apply the Corrective Connective Tissue Cream at this time. After a week, your skin should have desensitized, and you can resume using the tape.

Water resistance, but not waterproof, is provided by the tape.

Watch this short video about the Diastasis Rehab Together Tape™

Video

DOWNLOAD DIASTSIS RECTI EXERCISE TIPS

To learn more about Diastasis Recti & the Tupler Technique® read this article: DIASTASIS RECTI RESEARCH AND EVIDENCED BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM

To view my women's programs click this link: WOMEN'S PROGRAM PACKAGES

Watch the short video below to know what a diastasis is.

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DOWNLOAD DIASTSIS RECTI EXERCISE TIPS

The Together Tape™ is meant to help with Diastasis Recti healing. The tape aids in the closure of a Diastasis Recti when used in combination with the Diastasis Rehab Splint®. The tape can be worn on its own if you can't wear the Diastasis Rehab Splint®.

If you experience any pain, bloating, back pain or discomfort while doing physical activity it could be because of your Diastasis Recti. Read on for more information about the role of the Together Tape™ in the process of narrowing the gap between your recti muscles.

HOW The Together Tape™ HELPS IN NARROWING THE GAP IN YOUR DIASTASIS

To bring the muscles and connective tissue together, the tape works similarly to a Butterfly Band-Aid. When the tape is stretched while being applied, it pulls back to its original "un-stretched" position once it is applied to the skin. The constant recoiling of the skin provides messages to the connective tissue and muscles, encouraging them to move in the same direction as the tape.

Advantages of Using THE Together Tape™

When you can't wear the Diastasis Rehab Splint®, the Together TapeTM is a great alternative. Wearing a splint underneath a swimsuit may seem odd, but the Together Tape™ would look great with a one-piece swimsuit.

The Drawbacks of Using Together Tape™

Because the skin on your belly is so fragile, the Together Tape™ may produce an allergic reaction at first.

If you develop an allergic reaction, stop using the tape and wait a week. Apply the Corrective Connective Tissue Cream at this time. After a week, your skin should have desensitized, and you can resume using the tape.

Water resistance, but not waterproof, is provided by the tape.

Watch this short video about the Diastasis Rehab Together Tape™

Video

DOWNLOAD DIASTSIS RECTI EXERCISE TIPS

To learn more about Diastasis Recti & the Tupler Technique® read this article: DIASTASIS RECTI RESEARCH AND EVIDENCED BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM

To view my women's programs click this link: WOMEN'S PROGRAM PACKAGES

Watch the short video below to know what a diastasis is.

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A muffin top, shelf or flap are the words moms use to describe the condition of their lower abdominals after...
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This could happen to you if you don't prepare for abdominal surgery
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