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! 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 Can you heal the SI joints without prolotherapy?
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
Hi everyone! I recently heard from a reader who was concerned about an upcoming airplane flight she had to take. Sitting was really painful for her, and she avoided it at all costs in her daily life. However, she was about to take a 10-hour flight across the Atlantic, and wanted to know what in … Continue reading My advice for a reader worried about sitting for 10 hours on a plane
I received a really interesting comment over on Sunlight in Winter the other day. It was from Maritza, who suffers from both SI joint dysfunction and lumbar spine issues (the term "lumbar spine" refers to the part of the spine that's in your lower back). Her comment inspired me to share some information with you … Continue reading Start building core strength with exercises that are gentle on the SI joints and lower back