When people claim SI joint dysfunction isn’t real

Okay, so. I’m not going to start this post out with my normal “Hi, everyone!” because I’m not feeling cheerful right now.  I’m annoyed. I just went on Twitter and saw, for what feels like the hundredth time, someone claiming that SI joint dysfunction isn’t a real thing. Originally, I wanted to screenshot the tweetContinue reading “When people claim SI joint dysfunction isn’t real”

Integrative Spinal Research (a collaboration between chiropractors and mainstream medicine!).

Hi everyone!  So… this is really cool. You know how I’ve been saying for a while that I think the chiropractic profession has something to offer, but I wish they were more closely aligned with mainstream medicine? Well… here is a great example of exactly that.  (This is another post that’s for me and for you, asContinue reading “Integrative Spinal Research (a collaboration between chiropractors and mainstream medicine!).”

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

Hey everyone, 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 clinicalContinue reading “Evidence-Based Examination and Treatment of the Pelvis (Continuing Education for PT’s)”

Interesting article: “Evidence-based treatment of hip and pelvic injuries in runners”

Here is an insightful article I just found, which makes few points I want to be sure I remember.  Although it’s written in reference to runners, I feel it applies to way more than just running injuries. What is so significant about the article?  Well, for one thing, As someone who spent years looking for helpContinue reading “Interesting article: “Evidence-based treatment of hip and pelvic injuries in runners””

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.”  Now, Dr. Hungerford runs educational courses for medical professionals such as physical therapists and osteopaths on what is calledContinue reading “Dr. Barbara Hungerford & Advanced Manual Therapy Associates”