Evidence-Based Examination and Treatment of the Pelvis (Continuing Education for PT’s)

I recently stumbled upon this fascinating-looking course: Evidence-Based Examination and Treatment of the Pelvis through Medbridge Education.  It's a continuing education course for physical therapists who want to be able to treat SIJ pain. It's given by Dr. Alexis Wright, who has a pretty impressive resume.  She has a Ph.D. in physical therapy clinical research, is … Continue reading Evidence-Based Examination and Treatment of the Pelvis (Continuing Education for PT’s)

You may not experience symptoms right away after injuring the SI joint. Sometimes it can take a while.

Well, this has officially happened to me twice now (between my original injury in 2011 and my recent fall, landing on my butt on ice), and I think it's safe to say: It's possible for several days or even weeks to pass from the time you sprain the ligaments of your SI joint to the … Continue reading You may not experience symptoms right away after injuring the SI joint. Sometimes it can take a while.

Recover Your Stride: informative blog from a patient who had successful prolotherapy injections

I stumbled upon Jim Hansen's well-written blog Recover Your Stride today while doing research for my prolotherapy post. He had a number of posts up that I thought might be helpful for anyone looking for info on prolotherapy for the SI joints, so I wanted to make sure I link to them here.  (And also … Continue reading Recover Your Stride: informative blog from a patient who had successful prolotherapy injections