Why correcting your alignment can be the missing piece of the puzzle

Hey everyone! I’ve been noticing a theme coming up often in my coaching calls lately: A lot of you are out there doing all the right things-- going to physical therapy, wearing an SI belt, working on core strengthening-- and still not seeing improvement. However, one thing that seems to be the case for many … Continue reading Why correcting your alignment can be the missing piece of the puzzle

Strengthening, hypermobility, and “why you need to always keep your muscles strong”

Hi everyone, So this post picks up where my last post left off... where a doctor told me, at age 19, that I needed to "always keep your muscles strong... or else you're going to have a very difficult life." I didn't understand what he meant, didn't understand that sorrowful, grave look on his face. … Continue reading Strengthening, hypermobility, and “why you need to always keep your muscles strong”

Why a PT should always be clear about what they’re adjusting, and why

Hey everyone! Here's a subject that's been coming up pretty frequently during my coaching calls recently-- There are a lot of you out there who've been to multiple PT's (and chiropractors, which I don't totally recommend). And they've tried different types of manual adjustments and mobilizations to the SI joints... and you're not totally sure … Continue reading Why a PT should always be clear about what they’re adjusting, and why