SI Joint Concepts: Hypomobility and Hypermobility

These terms represent pretty key concepts that you will inevitably come across as you learn about the SI joint. In a nutshell, hypomobility refers to a joint that's moving less than a healthy joint would. Hypermobility refers to a joint that's moving more than a healthy joint would. I have experienced both hypo- and hypermobility in my SI … Continue reading SI Joint Concepts: Hypomobility and Hypermobility

Dr. Barbara Hungerford & Advanced Manual Therapy Associates

Dr. Barbara Hungerford is a physiotherapist practicing in Australia where she founded the educational group Advanced Manual Therapy Associates.  She completed a Ph.D. on the "altered pelvic biomechanics and muscle recruitment patterns associated with pelvic dysfunction."  She runs educational courses for medical professionals such as physical therapists and osteopaths on what is called manual therapy, … Continue reading Dr. Barbara Hungerford & Advanced Manual Therapy Associates

Adam Meakins/The Sports Physio: A critical view of SIJ treatments (that I don’t completely agree with…)

Here are two links to posts from Adam Meakins, a physiotherapist in the UK who writes the blog The Sports Physio. What is the best way to assess the Sacroiliac Joint? What is the best way to treat a painful Sacroiliac Joint? He also shares some valuable information in this podcast interview with the Strength … Continue reading Adam Meakins/The Sports Physio: A critical view of SIJ treatments (that I don’t completely agree with…)