How that scary snapping feeling in the front of your pelvis can actually come from tight muscles

Hi everyone! Okay, so here's a topic that's come up pretty often with readers... and it's also one that's affected me personally. Many of you have written to me about strange popping sensations and/or pain in the front of your pelvis.  Sometimes over the hip socket, and sometimes right by the pubic symphysis, which is … Continue reading How that scary snapping feeling in the front of your pelvis can actually come from tight muscles

My search for providers who understand both chiropractic and mainstream medicine

Hi everyone! I have so much to share with you all... the epiphanies are really piling up for me, this month. As you may know, I recently sought out a new physical therapist for help better understanding what happened to me back in May, when I ended up in the emergency room after a chiropractic adjustment. It's … Continue reading My search for providers who understand both chiropractic and mainstream medicine

Advice to a reader: running, rock climbing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Hi everyone! As many of you know, I love getting emails from readers because they compel me to think about SI joint concepts in different ways, and come up with better ways of phrasing things than I might otherwise. I recently heard from a man who had been very active in things like running, rock … Continue reading Advice to a reader: running, rock climbing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

My first Youtube video: Where is the sacroiliac joint?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA3puJHjJ1U Hi everyone!  Happy Monday. You may know that I've been meaning to make Youtube videos for a while now.  When it comes to certain concepts regarding the SI joint, I've come to feel that long, wordy posts aren't always the best way to convey information. However, it's taken me a while to actually collect … Continue reading My first Youtube video: Where is the sacroiliac joint?

Revisiting the concept of “hypermobile” and “hypomobile” SI joints

I recently heard from a reader who wasn't sure if I had suffered from hypermobile or hypomobile SI joints. The answer is both, of course! However, I really appreciated this person's email because it provided a little bit of a wake up call to me that maybe I need to do a better job explaining … Continue reading Revisiting the concept of “hypermobile” and “hypomobile” SI joints

Why do some people’s SI joints get stuck, when others’ don’t?

I've had a bunch of people contact me for advice on painful SI joints recently... all of whom have said their SI joints don't lock up. I think this is so interesting, because for one thing, my recommendations to them tend to be a little bit different. But also, it really got me thinking... why, exactly, do … Continue reading Why do some people’s SI joints get stuck, when others’ don’t?