Could my frequent chiropractor visits be making my SI joint problem worse?

Normally, I tend not to share work-in-progress type posts. I don’t like to take up everyone’s time talking about something I’m not sure about. I’ve just been through SO much– filled so many notebooks with my scribbles, had so many “epiphanies” thinking I’d figured it all out– only to find out that so many of … More Could my frequent chiropractor visits be making my SI joint problem worse?

Nervous System Basics

As I’ve said time and time again, I really feel that people living with chronic pain/fibromyalgia can benefit immensely from learning about how the body works. Even the feeling that you are just beginning to understand the complex processes making up your experience of pain can help give you a sense of control over things. … More Nervous System Basics

How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point, Part 8

This is the eighth post in an ongoing series.  If you would like to start from the beginning, click here. The last post in this series was the hardest to write, and that’s why, of course, it took me so long. I was just starting to get a handle on things by my sixth visit. … More How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point, Part 8

Introducing the Sunlight in Winter Youtube Channel

Ever have one of those days where you want to keep working/thinking/being productive, but your body just wants you to lie down with a heating pad? That, unfortunately, has been happening to me quite a bit recently.   I’ve been wanting to sit at my computer and either study or work on my blog, but my … More Introducing the Sunlight in Winter Youtube Channel

Clinical Trials Looking for Participants with Fibromyalgia

Have you ever thought about participating in a clinical trial?  I’ve never done it myself, but I’ve always wanted to.  It’s a way to talk to people who are studying your condition, receive free medical examinations/testing, free medication, and possibly earn some money.  On top of all that, you’ll be helping to further our current … More Clinical Trials Looking for Participants with Fibromyalgia

Pain Neurotags– Human AntiGravity Suit

A pain neurotag has to do with our brains’ representations of pain.  Individual people process pain differently, and many different factors affect how our brains process and store memories of painful events. I thought this was a great post from Human AntiGravity Suit on how two professional athletes might experience and store memories of injuries … More Pain Neurotags– Human AntiGravity Suit