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 My genetics consultation for 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 now that my SI joints are relatively stable, it's letting me observe different patterns within my body that I wasn't able to see sooner. When your SI joints are going out of alignment all the time, it's hard to really see a pattern to it, or discern what your muscles might be … Continue reading The function of a muscle spasm
Hi everyone! Today I wanted to talk to you about a little trick that I learned from my high-school running days... which also applies now, to SI joint issues. That trick is, in order to heal an injury and also to prevent future injuries, try to do your exercising on a softer surface. I know … Continue reading How walking on softer surfaces can reduce joint pain
Hi everyone-- So I have been getting a lot of requests lately to share more information about my exercise routine. This is something I'm definitely planning to expand more on in the future! The way my blog has always worked is that I try to get basic concepts up there as fast as possible-- and … Continue reading My updated exercise recommendations
Hi everyone, I wanted to share with you my experience going for a hike the other day, and why it was such a great feeling... even though I totally overdid it. This is maybe something that people who've had SI joint dysfunction, or have been injured for a long period of time, will understand. So … Continue reading A “rough” workout that made me super happy
Okay... this is a post I've been meaning to write for a long time. It's just so important to me, and so complex, that in these times, it's been hard to find the right time to say it. But I know it is going to be relevant to so many of you out there, so … Continue reading How I learned I’m hypermobile