Hello! I’m Christy.
I’ve lived with sacroiliac joint dysfunction for 5 years. I’ve gone from barely being able to walk, and being completely dependent on chiropractic adjustments, to being almost pain-free and knowing how to fix a stuck SI joint myself.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, and I always thought that I wanted to work in mental health. However, as a result of all my experiences, I changed tracks and decided to pursue physical therapy as a career.
I’ve had to go back to school to take all the prerequisites I need in order to apply: biology, anatomy & physiology, kinesiology, even neuroscience.
I think this puts me in a pretty unique position to be able to help people. As a long-time patient myself, I very much understand what people with SI joint dysfunction are going through.
However, the more I learn, the more I begin to understand the professional, scientific side of things– and I do my best to translate it into plain English, for you.
On this site, I intend to share my story and the specific techniques that have helped me, as well as resources I think could be useful for patients and professionals.
If you’d like to learn more about me, you may be interested in checking out my personal site Sunlight in Winter, where I share stories about my life and my journey overcoming chronic pain.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions!
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