Julie’s success with prolotherapy :)

Hi everyone! As you may know, one of the treatments people often consider for SI joint dysfunction is prolotherapy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NsgU4FVYOA Prolotherapy is a relatively new, and still somewhat experimental, treatment to try to help ligaments heal.  It can be used on any injured joint, not just the SI joints.  Basically, a physician injects a solution … Continue reading Julie’s success with prolotherapy 🙂

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?

Integrative Spinal Research (a collaboration between chiropractors and mainstream medicine!).

Hi everyone!  So... this is really cool. You know how I've been saying for a while that I think the chiropractic profession has something to offer, but I wish they were more closely aligned with mainstream medicine? Well... here is a great example of exactly that.  (This is another post that's for me and for you, as … Continue reading Integrative Spinal Research (a collaboration between chiropractors and mainstream medicine!).

A physical therapist explains how to minimize SI joint pain while sitting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWS1DFOZvWg Hi everyone! I just discovered Dr. Chris Sovey's Youtube channel.  He is a physical therapist who owns his own practice, Healthy Consumer Physical Therapy. This is a really interesting video on what happens to the SI joints when you sit.  As he points out, the advice in his video is for educational purposes only.  … Continue reading A physical therapist explains how to minimize SI joint pain while sitting

Frequently asked question: can SI joint dysfunction be caused by lumbar fusion surgery?

Hi everyone! I've noticed that the subject of lumbar fusions has come up pretty often in my emails from readers recently.  It seems like a lot of people are wondering if their SI joint dysfunction could be related to the fact that they've had lumbar fusion surgery. My answer has always been yes... it's certainly … Continue reading Frequently asked question: can SI joint dysfunction be caused by lumbar fusion surgery?