Hey everyone, In my last post, I talked about how, now that I'm doing better, I can look back and see there were different stages to my recovery. And I think that, once you can find the right treatment methods that work for you, these stages will be similar for many of you. Right now … Continue reading My Recovery Progression, Part 2
Hey everyone, So a question I get asked pretty frequently is "how are you doing now?". I've been sharing a few of my breakthroughs in some of my recent entries, but I thought that, in this post, I'd tie everything together. So... how am I doing now? Acute phase I've come a long way from … Continue reading My Recovery Progression, Part 1
Hey everyone, I know I talk about a lot of heavy topics on this blog, so I wanted to make one thing very clear: I feel powerful. And I feel strong. It's been a long process for me to put together the knowledge and strategies I talk about on my blog. There were a lot … Continue reading I feel powerful.
Hey everyone, Many of you have been asking recently about how I was diagnosed with hypermobility. The way our healthcare system works here in the US, a geneticist is the only type of specialist who can officially diagnose a hypermobility disorder. I actually had an unofficial diagnosis in 2019, because I ended up at a … Continue reading My genetics consultation for hypermobility
Hey everyone, Every so often, I’ll get a few different people asking me the same question, in a short period of time. Whenever that happens, and a lot of my readers seem to all be experiencing the same issue, I figure it’s time to get something up on the blog! In the past week … Continue reading Having enough muscle strength can change everything
Hi everyone, I wanted to share with you my experience going for a hike the other day, and why it was such a great feeling... even though I totally overdid it. This is maybe something that people who've had SI joint dysfunction, or have been injured for a long period of time, will understand. So … Continue reading A “rough” workout that made me super happy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga84uA55RqE&t=13s Okay, so I finally got up the courage to make another Youtube video. This is something that I so often end up writing in my emails and messages to people, I thought I could end up reaching more people this way. I hear from so many people who've been through multiple medical practitioners-- doctors, … Continue reading New video! Why I always tell people to keep trying PT
Hi everyone! Many of you reach out to ask me how I'm doing now, and what I'm able to do for exercise these days. So I thought I'd give you a little peek into one of the best workouts I've had for a long time. This was me yesterday, wearing a tank top in 30 … Continue reading What my life is like now: an awesome workout
Hello hello everyone! In this post I wanted to clarify another concept readers often ask me about. If you've read through my story, you probably know that a big turning point in my healing came in the summer of 2016. I had been struggling with SI joint dysfunction for five years at that point, and it … Continue reading Why I switched from chiropractor visits to the Muscle Energy Technique (and finally got better!).
Hi everyone! I had a really interesting question from a reader recently, and I wanted to pass along my answer to you. A. wanted to know if I'd ever tried prolotherapy, or any other forms of regenerative medicine. He wrote, "I have found that if the problem is ligament laxity, then swimming (I have started … Continue reading Reader question: Can you heal the SI joints without prolotherapy?