Last December I spent a few days in Mallorca visiting my friend Marcel Caufriez, inventor of hypopressive gymnastics and the 'Caufriez method', which play such a big part in the treatment of our diastasis patients. My wish was to... Read More "The pelvic floor, the victim
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
Rectus diastasis, or abdominal diastasis, is a true pathology of the abdominal wall that profoundly affects both its function and the function of the back and pelvic floor muscles. We can also call it a 'pathology of motherhood', as... Read More "Diastasis recti: surgery without scars!
From next year, we will be offering our patients an extraordinary new service: subcutaneous lipoemulsion, or LESC. Subcutaneous lipoemulsion (LESC) is an innovative and reliable technology that, by means of state-of-the-art, medically certified ultrasound equipment, allows the removal of... Read More "Subcutaneous lipoemulsion: a new adventure!
REPA began as functional surgery, without an aesthetic component; its primary objective is to treat health problems related to diastasis of the rectus - low back pain, urinary incontinence, abdominal bloating, reflux, constipation, abdominal pain, etc. Surgeons will say... Read More "REPA: the aesthetic component
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?
Abdominal diastasis: what is it? Abdominal diastasis - or diastasis of the rectus - is a condition that is still little known in Italy. In this article you will find all the explanations on what diastasis of the rectus abdominis is, who suffers from it, which... Read More "Abdominal diastasis and REPA 'at a glance
REPA: the multicentre study published in the Revista Hispanoamericana de Hernia Want to know how effective REPA is? The multicentre study to be published in the April issue of the Revista Hispanoamericana de Hernia may satisfy your curiosity. For the first time ever,... Read More "REPA: multicentre study proves its effectiveness
The association between urinary incontinence and diastasis of the rectus would have been unthinkable only fifteen years ago: physiotherapists would never have considered the pelvic floor muscles in their treatments for lower back pain, and would have discouraged... Read More "Urinary incontinence and rectus diastasis