Reader question: Can you heal the SI joints without treating loose ligaments?

Hi everyone! Wow... it's been a minute, since my last post.  As some of you know, I've really been struggling a potential diagnosis of something called mast cell activation syndrome (it's too soon to say for sure whether I have it or not).  It's been a pretty difficult month for me, so I'm excited to … Continue reading Reader question: Can you heal the SI joints without treating loose ligaments?

How that scary snapping feeling in the front of your pelvis can actually come from tight muscles

Hi everyone! Okay, so here's a topic that's come up pretty often with readers... and it's also one that's affected me personally. Many of you have written to me about strange popping sensations and/or pain in the front of your pelvis.  Sometimes over the hip socket, and sometimes right by the pubic symphysis, which is … Continue reading How that scary snapping feeling in the front of your pelvis can actually come from tight muscles

My meeting with a spine specialist who doesn’t believe in SI joint dysfunction.

Hi everyone! So... my goal with this blog is to provide you guys with as much accurate information as possible.  I share, from a patient perspective, the information that has helped me, across the course of my various meetings with doctors, chiropractors, and physical therapists. And I want to be clear about the fact that … Continue reading My meeting with a spine specialist who doesn’t believe in SI joint dysfunction.

When a Physical Therapist performs an SI joint adjustment, you should feel an improvement right away.

Hi everyone! Here's a concept that's been coming up pretty often in my messages/emails with people lately, so I wanted to make sure I got it up on the blog. What I'm talking about is the various types of adjustments a physical therapist can perform for the SI joint. Personally, I have only ever had … Continue reading When a Physical Therapist performs an SI joint adjustment, you should feel an improvement right away.