How that scary snapping feeling in the front of your pelvis can actually come from tight muscles

Hi everyone! Okay, so here's a topic that's come up pretty often with readers... and it's also one that's affected me personally. Many of you have written to me about strange popping sensations and/or pain in the front of your pelvis.  Sometimes over the hip socket, and sometimes right by the pubic symphysis, which is … Continue reading How that scary snapping feeling in the front of your pelvis can actually come from tight muscles

My meeting with a spine specialist who doesn’t believe in SI joint dysfunction.

Hi everyone! So... my goal with this blog is to provide you guys with as much accurate information as possible.  I share, from a patient perspective, the information that has helped me, across the course of my various meetings with doctors, chiropractors, and physical therapists. And I want to be clear about the fact that … Continue reading My meeting with a spine specialist who doesn’t believe in SI joint dysfunction.

When a Physical Therapist performs an SI joint adjustment, you should feel an improvement right away.

Hi everyone! Here's a concept that's been coming up pretty often in my messages/emails with people lately, so I wanted to make sure I got it up on the blog. What I'm talking about is the various types of adjustments a physical therapist can perform for the SI joint. Personally, I have only ever had … Continue reading When a Physical Therapist performs an SI joint adjustment, you should feel an improvement right away.

Pain Neurotags: how the nervous system protects us from injury

Hello everyone! In this post, I wanted to follow up on a super fascinating concept that my new PT, David, and I talked about in my first appointment. It's the concept of a neurotag.   Basically, a "neurotag" refers to your brain's coding language for a certain type of memory or experience. As I explained in … Continue reading Pain Neurotags: how the nervous system protects us from injury

My appointment with a PT certified in Orthopedic Manual Therapy :)

Hi everyone! As you may know, recently I've been trying to find people with the knowledge base to help me better understand what happened to me back in May, when I ended up in the emergency room after a chiropractic adjustment. It's not so much that I've been looking for treatment, in the traditional sense.  … Continue reading My appointment with a PT certified in Orthopedic Manual Therapy 🙂