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The ‘curl up task’ as described in the Diane Lee research will typically reduce a Diastasis but also decrease the midline tension/tensegrity?CorrectIncorrect
The DRAM Consensus Study 2017, shows a 76.8% consensus that ‘front-loaded’ exercises such as planks and press-ups should be avoided in the early post natal period?CorrectIncorrect
The DRAM Consensus Study 2017 states that majority of professionals surveyed felt it was NOT necessary to assess Linea Alba tensity together with PF and TVA Activation?CorrectIncorrect
The ‘Myofascial Deep Front Line’ as described by Thomas Myers, journies through the Diaphragm, QL and Adductor Group?CorrectIncorrect
An increase in Thoracic Kyphosis has the potential to IMPROVE respiration?CorrectIncorrect
Kegels can be considered UNCONSCIOUS PF Activation?CorrectIncorrect
A strength protocol for the Pelvic Floor and Core may be inappropriate for a woman who is experiencing Urinary Incontinence due to an OVERACTIVE Pelvic Floor?CorrectIncorrect
Pelvic Floor/Core downtraining is an ESSENTIAL part of ALL Pelvic Health programming to create balance and mobility?CorrectIncorrect
It is IMPOSSIBLE to have a ‘functional’ core if you have a Diastasis of any degree?CorrectIncorrect