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Monthly Archives: December 2012

trigger points: What are they, why do they matter

Trigger points, have you heard of them? I have, and they seem kinda mythical, or invisable.  But then again what part of this SIJD diagnosis isn’t?!  I’ve heard massage therapists talk about them, and along my journey I have had plenty of therapists of all varieties hold down knots in my muscles until their hands … Continue reading »

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The dance of the Dr’s appointment

I was invited to tag along to a local friends appointment with a surgeons office that performs SI surgeries.  I went along to watch, and to ask “those” questions, you know the ones you think of AFTER you leave the appointment, and to remember all the things he might forget.  The office was nice, grand, … Continue reading »

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Why I study so hard… so I don’t do what others have done to me

School is winding down for the semester and I am ready for a month break and a chance to focus on some other things, like anything other than memorizing information!  I have a love hate relationship with school.  I love the information, I am learning tons, at a lightning fast pace.  I hate tests and … Continue reading »

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