Postpartum wrapping or tummy binding is fairly common during the confinement period of your recovery after childbirth. The main objective is to help provide new mummies with additional core strength and prevent the progression of diastasis recti.
Wearing the bind provides constant support to your hips and tummy, It can reduce some of that discomfort and It is also very common to have a sore back after labor for a variety of reasons.
It is generally considered safe for new mothers to receive a tummy binding but it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before receiving a massage, especially if you have any medical conditions or complications related to your childbirth.
Belly binding can help to hold the muscles together and speed up that closure. But while belly binding can be a useful tool, the best way to recover from severe diastasis recti is to see a physical therapist who specializes in postpartum recovery.
It is recommended to wear tummy binding after delivery until your confinement is done.
Yes, we do a home service for Tummy Binding. Call us at 846-62-155 to schedule.