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"Get down to the #CORE of it! Working on rebuilding my core with the support of my #FITsplint Thanks @MomBodFitness"
-Sarah Brown @SarahMB15 Professional Runner, Olympic Trials 2016
"I'm a pelvic floor physical therapist and regularly recommend your FITsplint product to clients postpartum. I am currently pregnant myself and this weekend ended up sustaining a significant diastasis recti after a violent stomach bug with lots of vomitting. I had bad upper abdominal pain with walking, transitioning motions. I put on one of the pregnancy splints and had almost immediate 80% relief of pain all day yesterday. Today, I am completely pain free. I can't believe it! I have always recommended your product but am truly amazed at the difference it made so quickly. Thank you! I can't tell you how much my quality of life has changed in 24 hours."
-Christina, PT, DPT, ATC, LAT
Sullivan Physical Therapy
"I just wanted to tell you that this [Maternity FITsplint] is hands down the BEST device I have come across for pregnancy. I have tried everything out there for my patients and this is my go to device." - Dr. Yvette, Bay Shore Wellness
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What is a splint?
Learn when splinting is most effective and can help speed the healing process when used properly with corrective exercise.
How does the FITsplint work?
Learn how the FITsplint works more like athletic tape and is not the same as a binder or corset.
What is Diastasis Recti?
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