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    Default stomach muscles and back pain

    Hi there,
    Thank you for your time. I am schedueled to have my stomach muscles reattached this summer. They became very seperated during my second pregnancy (you can feel a large gap when I lie down, going from my ribs to my pelvis). I am getting really nervous about the surgery! I am only having it done b/c I was told it would help my aching back. I have also noticed my posture has change alot over this past year. I am 35 and in good I want to do it now. I don't care about what my stomach looks like. Do you think it will really help my back? Thanks again!

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    hi- that is a very good question. as every body is different every body will respond to different modes on intervention differently. Just as if i had 2 people come to me with seemingly the same condition they both may respond very differently to care due to a variety of variable. i wish i could give you more insight.

    Dr. L
    Dr. Laura
    The advice i give is not meant as solicitation from any current chiropractor. Obviously a full exam is warranted to give full and complete diagnosis. The information I give is just meant as a guide

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