Sitting on painful fascia: connective tissue and pelvic pain

By Ciel Yogis If you’ve recently been to your physical therapist, massage therapist, personal trainer, or body worker and heard the words “fascia” and “manipulation” in the same sentence, you are not alone. Fascia has become quite the buzzword for treating everything from chronic neck pain, ACL repair surgery, plantar fasciitis, and yes—even pelvic floor dysfunction. […] Continue Reading


Oh coccyx, my coccyx!

By Britt Van Hees If you don’t know what or where your coccyx is, count yourself lucky.  This little bone can make quite a ruckus when it's not happy, often called coccydynia.  The coccyx, or tailbone, is […] Continue Reading

Calling Bull*!@# on Science

By Elizabeth Akincilar-Rummer How many times have you heard a journalist say something like, “Researchers report a significant breakthrough...”, “Groundbreaking research shows... “, or “According to a new scientific study…”? The news constantly bombards us with “research” or “studies” […] Continue Reading