Written by Laura Brayton, the article is titled: "Addressing Soft Tissue Imbalances to Improve Alignment".
The article talks about the role the strength of the abdominal and pelvic floor muscles, especially the transverse abdominis (TA), play in maintaining spinal and pelvic alignment.
"The good news is that there is a nonsurgical approach to treating diastasis recti called the Tupler Technique®."
Dr. Laura Brayton is a maternity/pediatric holistic chiropractor and mama to her son, Finley. She is passionate about empowering women at all stages of their motherhood journey through conscious, educated, health decisions for themselves and their families. She opened her family wellness practice in hoboken, NJ in 2005 and literally takes care of the entire family to restore physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health by optimizing nervous system function.The American Chiropractor (TAC) is the leading chiropractic magazine, mailing to 50,000 chiropractors every month, along with branded e-mail delivery to more than 25,000 chiropractors.