I’m SO excited to let you all know that I’ve officially started doing coaching calls for people with SI joint dysfunction.
In the years I’ve been running this blog, I’ve conversed with hundreds of you over email. I’ve really enjoyed getting to know you all and trying to help, in any way I can.
I often receive requests from readers to speak on the phone, or to do a video call. I LOVE interacting with all of you, but truthfully, the number of requests I receive is greater than I can get to in my free time.
This is why I have decided to officially start offering health coaching sessions through my blog.
This way I can really take the time to get to know you, and hear your whole story, and to come up with the best possible recommendations that I can.
As you know, I am not currently licensed to provide a diagnosis, or to prescribe exercises. You need to be working with licensed medical professionals in person for that.
However, what I can do is to help you navigate the system– to let you know what’s out there in terms of treatment options, and explain concepts about the SI joint that you may not be clear about.
I find that a lot of people get stuck, after the first one or two PT’s they found weren’t really able to help them.
This is precisely where I can come in, because I’ve been there myself as a patient.
I can help you clarify what treatments your PT’s tried, what helped and didn’t help, and what sort of questions to ask the next time you see your doctor.
Because there is such a wide range in experience for PT’s, in terms of the SI joint, it may turn out there are treatment options you had no idea existed. This is where I can help.
My goal is never to take the place of a licensed medical professional working with you in person– it’s to help you make sense of things, and to figure out your next step.
At the end of our call, you will have an actionable list of next steps you can take. These might include:
- A targeted list of questions and treatments to ask your doctor about
- Recommendations for another type of specialist you might see, if you’re interested in a second opinion
- A list of exercises to ask your physical therapist about —
- OR, a list of questions to ask when interviewing a potential new physical therapist, so you can find someone with the experience you need
I am really excited to be able to offer these coaching calls, and I look forward to getting to know more of you!
If you would like to book a coaching session:
You can book online here through my Square site
If you don’t see a time that works for you, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can set something else up.