Statistical Methodology, Outcomes and Insights: Tupler Technique® Program Results, 2009-2016)
- Diastasis Rehab statistics were derived from the results of 372 Tupler Technique® clients who participated in the program between 2009 and 2016. All clients were trained by Tupler Technique® Professionals. The diastasis distance, body circumference, and connective tissue depth of each client was measured in-person four times throughout the program – at weeks one, three, six, and eighteen – in order to quantitatively track and assess the program’s impact.
- 2,999 observations were recorded for diastasis distance, 4,447 observations for connective tissue depth, and 2,316 for body circumference, for a total of 9,762 client observations throughout the program’s duration. These 9,762 measurements served as the foundation of the following statistical analysis.
- 305 clients out of the 372 total had given birth. In other words, 90.54% of clients were mothers. The majority of mothers had either given birth either via C-Section (42.74%) or vaginally (38.98%). A small proportion of the population had given birth both vaginally and C-Section (10.01%).
- The 9.46% of clients who had not given birth were either men, women who had not been pregnant, or women who were currently pregnant.
- Of the three observed measurements – diastasis distance, body circumference, and connective tissue depth – clients across all demographics experienced the most dramatic improvements in diastasis distance and connective tissue depth. Throughout the course of the program, clients reduced the distance of their diastasis by 55-60% and decreased the depth of their diastasis by 50-65%.
- Among diastasis locations – top, middle, and bottom – the results differed depending on what was measured. For diastasis distance, clients’ top sections generally experienced the greatest reduction. For body circumference, clients’ middle and bottom sections decreased by the largest amount. Finally, clients decreased their connective tissue depth by the most on bottom.
- While all clients benefited substantially from the program, results from mothers who had given birth via C-Section were particularly striking. Mothers with C-Sections, on average, reduced their diastasis distance by 60.87%, their body circumference by 9.64% and their connective tissue depth by 55.425%. Results for mothers who had given birth vaginally were also significantly above average, especially for body circumference (13.44% average decrease) and connective tissue depth (62.75% reduction).
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Additional Statistics Details:
DIASTASIS DISTANCE: Tupler Technique® Program Results, 2009-2014
BELLY CIRCUMFERENCE: Tupler Technique® Program Results, 2009-2014
DIASTASIS DEPTH: Percentage of Clients with Shallow Depth (0-3cm)
Statistical Outcomes and Insights: Tupler Technique® Program Results, 2009-2014
Tupler Technique® Program Results: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)