You may not experience symptoms right away after injuring the SI joint. Sometimes it can take a while.

Well, this has officially happened to me twice now (between my original injury in 2011 and my recent fall, landing on my butt on ice), and I think it's safe to say: It's possible for several days or even weeks to pass from the time you sprain the ligaments of your SI joint to the … Continue reading You may not experience symptoms right away after injuring the SI joint. Sometimes it can take a while.

The SI joint acts like a shock absorber (great article from Taylored Training and Fitness)

To my 11 faithful followers-- thank you so much for sticking by this blog, even though I've probably been bombarding you with far too many posts this week! Much of this blog is still a work in progress, and to an extent I'm still treating it as an open workbook where I post notes and … Continue reading The SI joint acts like a shock absorber (great article from Taylored Training and Fitness)

Where is the Sacroiliac Joint? Useful illustrations

Ok. Here are some really great diagrams I’ve found across the web which should help simplify some of the things I’m talking about. These graphics were all available under a Creative Commons license -- thank you so much to those who made them available!  I've linked to the source below each illustration.   First, let’s start … Continue reading Where is the Sacroiliac Joint? Useful illustrations