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Core dysfunction is so common that nearly every mother experiences it at some point.  Many women improve on their own during postpartum recovery (before 8 weeks), but over half of women don't.  Read on to learn more about the core system that is responsible for keeping you strong and protecting you against injury (as well as having a flat belly and a defined waistline) and what happens when this system has stopped working.  

 

What is the core system?

The core "system" is made up of 4 parts that create a cylinder.  The top is the diaphragm and proper breathing is part of a core-system that works.  The tube in the center is made up of the transverse abdominis (TA) that has a fascia or connective tissue that con...

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