“Diastasis Recti Abdominis/Bulging Abdominals After Birth”

When you have “The mom pooch,” it’s easy to think “oh, it’s normal because I just had a baby.” Even worse, maybe you think "my abdominals will 'come back' on their own."

Is that how you’re feeling right now?

If so, you’re not alone. In fact, everyday at OrthoPelvic PT we help people in the Northern VA area who feel this way.

You see, with the “Mom Pooch,” everyone asks us the same questions…

Why do I have this (I don’t even know what I did…)
Why isn’t this “Pooch” going away?
Am I going to have to live with my abdominals looking like this forever?

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of bad information out there that causes people to live with the “Mom Pooch” for way too long. Here are the most common mistakes we see the people of the Northern VA area making when it comes to the “Mom Pooch.”

Mistake #1: Thinking the “Mom Pooch, will go away with rest.

Mistake #2: Believing that the “Mom Pooch, will be “fixed” by abdominal exercises or kegels.

Mistake #3: Assuming the “Mom Pooch” is a “normal” part of having a baby.

Mistake #4: Believing that since you tried other healthcare professionals (maybe even Physical Therapy) in the past means that it won’t work now.

Mistake #5: Relying on “Dr. Google” or YouTube for exercises that didn’t make any difference (or maybe even made your pooch worse!).

Have you been making these mistakes?

If any of this has happened to you, we want to say “we are sorry”…but remind you that you’re not alone. In fact, we see people just like you every day. And that’s why we’ve created a free guide to help with your Pooch. It goes over 5 easy steps to help you get rid of the “Mom Pooch” (and you can click on the button above to download it).

But maybe you feel like you’ve read a lot of free information on the internet, and really just want to talk to someone about your problem. Is that you? If so, then we have a special opportunity for you (one that VERY FEW clinics offer).

We save a limited number of spots each week for time for people who are not sure what to do about their Pooch. That way, you can tell a professional your story and get your question answered first, before ever making a commitment to book an appointment.

Does that sound like something you would like to do?

Here’s the most important thing…Most people get stuck trying to make a decision about what to do next. They go days, weeks, months (even years!) without taking action. The one thing we can guarantee is that by doing nothing, your Pooch won’t go away.

So the next important thing is to take action.

Download your FREE eBook OR Video Guide:
5 Easy Steps to Get Rid of the "Mom Pooch"

Don't continue to struggle with your "Mom Pooch."

Take action today!

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