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Columbia University Study

Columbia University Study

Spring 2005-Volume 29-Issue 1-pg 11-16 How this research came about: While teaching pregnant women the Tupler Technique® to prepare them for labor, I discovered that my program could make their diastasis smaller as their bellies got larger during my six-week program!...

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How to Measure for the Tank Top

How to Measure for the Tank Top

SIZING FOR THE TOGETHERWEAR™ TANK TOP This tank top is for both women and men. There are four sizes: Extra small/Small Medium Large/Extra large Extra Extra Large The tank should be fitted. If it is too big there is a seam down the back and sides to make it...

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How to measure for the together Tape

How to measure for the together Tape

SIZING & INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TOGETHERTAPE™ Sizing for the tape is determined by: The size of your diastasis. You check your diastasis in three places. The size is determined by the location wherever it is the largest. Small: Diastasis up to 4 fingers wide (6...

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How to measure for a splint

How to measure for a splint

Written instructions: BACK SIDE MEASUREMENT INSTRUCTIONS Measure your back, from one side to the other side (where the side seam of a tight fitting garment would be) at the level right below your breast. The pad size of the splint is the most important measurement....

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