Using the Diastometer™
Since everyone has different-sized fingers and there had previously been no standardized way to measure the width or depth of a diastasis, I realized we needed a universal system of measure. In response, I invented the Diastometer, a nifty little device that lets you measure the width in centimeters and the depth in standardized units. You don’t absolutely need the Diastometer just to check to see if you have an abdominal separation, but it sure makes it easier to see how big it is and accurately keep track of your progress while doing The Tupler Technique® program.
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