I'm a male with rectus diastasis. I'm a bit confused about what type of abdominal training is appropriate. I've read a lot on the internet about "transversus abdominis" training and abdominal splints; however, I'm not sure if any of the information is actually research based. Do you have any advice?
Instead, people are a bit ginger with the bad knee; never making it power through and never fully straightening it (extending) it as they push forward - in other words, perpetually walking on a slight…
Whatever the surgery, it is very common for a knee never to be quite the same, even after some of the less intrusive procedures such as arthroscopy (indeed, the broadly-held cynical view is that arthr…
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