The diagnosis of Rectus Diastasis is not recognized by insurance companies as a medically necessary procedure. It is therefore not considered a covered benefit.
This diagnosis may have been reached by physical exam or radiographic evaluation. Obtaining a thorough medical/surgical history and the appropriate radiographic studies may expand upon this diagnosis which is often considered vague and nonspecific. Subsequently denying insurance coverage.
Plastic Surgeons and General Surgeons are both well informed and experienced with making these distinctions. If the diagnosis is truely that of a rectus diastasis then it will not be covered by your insurance company