Hey everyone, So... I’m about to get real personal here. A question people often ask me is "how did you keep going?” when I was going through my own SI joint saga. I know exactly why you you guys are asking. I’ve totally been there myself, where it can seem really hard to believe you’ll … Continue reading How I kept going with SI joint dysfunction
Hey everyone, Ah! I seriously have so many upcoming topics I'm planning to write about. But here's one thing that's literally come up on four of my coaching calls in the past week. And, as you may know, when I start to see a certain topic coming up and over again, I take it as … Continue reading Why “less is more” when it comes to SI joint adjustments
Hey everyone, So here's a common symptom of SI joint dysfunction that I hear people describe just about all the time. It's this feeling of a deep pain coming from the area around your SI joints. Like a stuck feeling. A feeling that you ought to just be able to move a certain way, or … Continue reading What happens when the SI joint is out of alignment?
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, So in my last post, I talked about why I decided it was important to see a geneticist to get a more pinpointed hypermobility diagnosis. I had a virtual visit with Dr. Rohanizadegan, along with a genetics counselor who helped to do my intake. Normally, of course, genetics visits are done in person, … Continue reading My official hypermobility diagnosis
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 Why I decided to see a geneticist about hypermobility
Hey everyone, So in my last few posts I've been focusing on upslips. They are one form of misalignment for the SI joints that can have a huge impact on your overall movement patterns, and can also be the hardest for a patient to self-correct. I've been pulling together ideas because I really want to … Continue reading Combining multiple treatment methods for an upslip (Erik Dalton article)
Hey everyone, So in some of my recent posts I've been talking about what an upslip is. An upslip essentially the most "serious" of the different patterns of misalignment you can have, as it has the ability to pull other areas out of alignment when it occurs. Although the long term fix for an upslip … Continue reading How to correct an upslip
Hey everyone, I originally put this post up on my social media, where I could just delete it right away if I changed my mind. But I was so moved by all of your comments, I decided to put it up here, too. I hope it resonates with you. I'm having a strange moment where, … Continue reading A bittersweet pause
Hey everyone, A reader commented on my last post, asking if certain patterns of misalignment are more likely to cause nerve irritation than others. This actually really dovetailed nicely into what I planned to say next. What I've learned from my various PT mentors is that there are basically different levels of pathology when it … Continue reading Levels of pathology: how some forms of misalignment are more serious than others