Should you exercise when your SI joints are out of alignment?

Hi everyone! Hope you're all enjoying the holidays. I've been getting some really great questions from readers recently that I think are worth sharing with you all. *** As I've mentioned before, although obviously all of my posts for this blog are perfect, sometimes I feel like my explanations come out a little bit better … Continue reading Should you exercise when your SI joints are out of alignment?

How I healed from chondromalacia patella

Hi everyone! Something that comes up pretty often when people email me is a knee condition called chondromalacia patella (also sometimes called patellofemoral pain syndrome). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmUMx-Adxw8 As you may know, I was struggling with chondromalacia patella in both knees when I first developed SI joint dysfunction. It seems to me that the two can go together … Continue reading How I healed from chondromalacia patella

What are people talking about when they talk about “balancing the hips?”

Hi everyone! I had a really interesting comment recently from a reader who'd been suffering from low back pain, but wasn't quite sure what the exact cause was. She'd found relief both from a chiropractic adjustment as well as massage therapy. However, she wasn't sure what exactly the chiropractor and massage therapist meant when they referred … Continue reading What are people talking about when they talk about “balancing the hips?”

My first Youtube video: Where is the sacroiliac joint?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA3puJHjJ1U Hi everyone!  Happy Monday. You may know that I've been meaning to make Youtube videos for a while now.  When it comes to certain concepts regarding the SI joint, I've come to feel that long, wordy posts aren't always the best way to convey information. However, it's taken me a while to actually collect … Continue reading My first Youtube video: Where is the sacroiliac joint?

Revisiting the concept of “hypermobile” and “hypomobile” SI joints

I recently heard from a reader who wasn't sure if I had suffered from hypermobile or hypomobile SI joints. The answer is both, of course! However, I really appreciated this person's email because it provided a little bit of a wake up call to me that maybe I need to do a better job explaining … Continue reading Revisiting the concept of “hypermobile” and “hypomobile” SI joints