The use of a mesh in rectus diastasis surgery, in order to provide support to the abdominal wall and reduce the incidence of recurrences, has become one of the cornerstones of diastasis surgical treatment in recent years. This, however, has... Read More "The mesh in diastasis surgery: what NOT to do.
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Talking about minimally invasive abdominoplasty sounds like an oxymoron, it is a definition that apparently contradicts itself. But how: is abdominoplasty not that surgery that leaves a huge scar, painful, with a long and complicated recovery? Of course it is. But today we can... Read More "Minimally invasive abdominoplasty: the MILA
Today I am telling you stories about Women. Or rather, they will tell you themselves. Each of us Surgeons can think what we want of ourselves: believing we are the best, a Godfather; sometimes knowing, to ourselves, that we are... Read More "Stories of Women, Diastasis and REPA
Two years after I introduced REPA in Italy, the time has come to assess what changes after abdominal diastasis surgery in terms of quality of life. Typically, patients who come to my practice suffer from ... Read More "What changes after abdominal diastasis surgery?
REPA, the innovative surgical procedure to repair diastasis of the rectum with minimally invasive techniques, has risen to the Olympus of great surgical techniques. On 18 September last, Surgical Endoscopy, one of the world's most prestigious scientific journals, published the... Read More "Diastasis of the rectum: REPA on Surgical Endoscopy
For the minimally invasive treatment of rectus diastasis, robot and REPA are the two most effective techniques available today. Let me declare my conflict of interest right away: I am the man behind REPA, a technique I introduced in Italy and which... Read More "Robot rectus diastasis and REPA - Comparing Techniques
Bloated belly after rectus diastasis surgery... a nightmare for patients, a pain for which nothing the surgeon can do. But why should a bloated belly remain after diastasis surgery? Because of a surgical error? For inadequacy of the... Read More "Bloated belly... when Nature prevails over the Surgeon
Diastasis of the rectus abdominis: why use the net I decided to write this short article to answer a question I receive from practically every patient who comes to me with a problem of diastasis of the rectus... Read More "The use of mesh in abdominal rectus diastasis
Abdominal diastasis consists of a separation of the rectus abdominis muscles, the two long central muscles of the abdomen. Most frequently due to pregnancy, it irreversibly affects about one third of women who have given birth; in men, abdominal diastasis can appear... Read More "Abdominal diastasis: laparoscopic surgery