I had to chart a course, when no one other person could provide me with all the answers.
Of course, I did meet some really great people along the way, and I couldn’t have done it without them.
But ultimately, I had to discover my own path. So I put various strategies and techniques together, until I figured out what worked.
Now, I’ve created my own recovery toolkit. Through a process of trial and error, I’ve learned:
- What it means for the SI joint to be out of alignment, and how to correct it
- how to communicate with medical professionals to get what you need
- Which muscles stabilize the joint, and how to strengthen them while allowing the joint to heal
- How to use certain exercises to wake up your nervous system, so that you can move efficiently again
- How to stretch tight muscles without stretching the joint itself (you want to do one, but not the other!)
In my experience, when you start getting each of these pieces into place, that’s when things start to get a lot better!
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