Combining multiple treatment methods for an upslip (Erik Dalton article)

Hey everyone, So in my last few posts I've been focusing on upslips. They are one form of misalignment for the SI joints that can have a huge impact on your overall movement patterns, and can also be the hardest for a patient to self-correct. I've been pulling together ideas because I really want to … Continue reading Combining multiple treatment methods for an upslip (Erik Dalton article)

Levels of pathology: how some forms of misalignment are more serious than others

Hey everyone, A reader commented on my last post, asking if certain patterns of misalignment are more likely to cause nerve irritation than others. This actually really dovetailed nicely into what I planned to say next. What I've learned from my various PT mentors is that there are basically different levels of pathology when it … Continue reading Levels of pathology: how some forms of misalignment are more serious than others