Sunlight in Winter is, of course, the site I began first, and it’s my more personal site, where I first began to talk about my story with chronic pain.
About a year ago, I started My Sacroiliac Joint Saga, mostly as a place for myself to take notes in a way that was open for anyone else who wanted to read them. Over time, I realized I was actually getting a significant amount of search engine traffic, so I decided to make it more reader-friendly, and actually begin to produce some of my own resources. It’s a place where I get into some of the more technical details about the sacroiliac joint, which I don’t necessarily want to bombard my readers with here.
However, I know there are a bunch of people here who originally found Sunlight in Winter while they were looking for info on the SI joint. So, with that in mind, I just wanted to share a few of the SI joint-related things I’ve been working on recently.
I really love creating these resources because it’s a great way for me to crystallize everything I’ve learned in my mind. I also find it interesting to put up different types of resources, and seeing which posts seem to really catch on. I have a dream of someday creating some sort of comprehensive e-book on the SI joint, so it’s been a really good learning experience for me.
So, here are some of the things I’ve been working on recently. Several readers have asked for information on the exercises I do for my SI joints over the years, so I thought these would be good to share with you:
Additionally, here are some of my most popular posts to date. Somewhat disappointingly (to me, anyway), you can’t necessarily tell by looking at them that they’ve been viewed often. However, WordPress tells me the number of views for each post, so these are the ones that have seemed to catch on the most so far:
If you are struggling with SI joint dysfunction yourself (or just want to learn more about it) you may be interested in reading these.
Thank you all so much for following my sites! Your support and feedback mean the world to me. I really enjoy hearing from you, and am definitely open to hearing what sorts of posts you would like in the future. And, as always, feel free to let me know if you have any questions!