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Ganesan who is a bus conductor and a well-respected union leader and his mother G. He adds that he is indebted to both of them as well as his younger brother for the sacrifices and support they made for him to succeed. The best of times came his way when the Junior Chamber International- Erode Metro recognised the talent in this young physiotherapist and awarded him the Outstanding Young Citizenship Award by the year He remembers that it was the article written by Timothy Harkness, sports psychologist, on Indian ace shooter Abhinav Bindra and his training based on neurofeedback that motivated him to study more about the same.

He does not forget to mention the help he received from Ms. The paper is also accepted to be published in the upcoming issue of Ibnosina Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Science. Sathiyaseelan is so impressed with neurofeedback and its effect in enhancing human performance such that he is contemplating to pursue PhD in Sports Science or in Sports Psychology or even a second Masters degree in Cognitive Neuroscience. And he chooses Europe for further studies since he feels that opportunity is wider than anywhere else and also the institutes have a greater reputation in research works.

Despite all the success on the academic front, things were not that easy for the man who came from a very austere background. Finding funds for the paper presentation trip to Austria and Australia was the biggest hurdle. Though he could not make his trip to Australia due to lack of funds, he is still grateful to few people who made it possible for him to travel to Austria.

He does not forget to mention the names of his dear friend Mr. Karthik, Dr. Chitra Thangavel, Mr. Sriram, Dr. Natarajan, Dr. Natesan, Dr. Innocent and S. Subramanian who all contributed towards his dream come true trip. He also mentions about his relatives who chipped in immensely for the same. He adds that the core of any scientific field is its curriculum and that it needs to be developed and updated at regular interval. He feels that it is high time that physiotherapy curriculum in our country needs to be developed in a research oriented platform.

Sathiyaseelan presently works at Navodaya College of Physiotherapy, Raichur, Karnataka, as a lecturer. He also mentions about his teachers, colleagues and friends who had been part of his journey till now and thanks them for every bit of help.

He hopes to continue this journey further and make good strides in physiotherapy. All rights reserved.

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Yeah on second reading it looks like a lot of those comments are actually the same person — even with the advertising links removed. Thanks again. Yes we are angry. Again as I keep saying I dont dispute SIJD causes pain for some, I dont dispute that the pain is disruptive, stressful and limiting, but I do dispute that I am flippant, ill informed or any of the other accusations I have been accused of surrounding this condition, if anything its just the opposite.

Actually getting an SI hypermobility diagnosis is extremely challenging in all of North America. It left me completely bedridden unable to move basically any part of my trunk without extreme pain for over six months. Ross said patients just want acknowledgement that sacrum alignment is important and yes the joint only moves a few degrees, but add in a few extra degrees and the sacrum can become a life altering, extremely expensive injury if not handled correctly. Maintaining SI joint alignment is a huge component to recovery. You tell us patients to educate ourselves, but you remove the posted links that have scientific studies by specialists, not for profit organizations with links to articles, and even specialized pelvic rehabilitative clinics.

None of them were advertising or being provided to make a profit in any shape or form. Now others reading these comments cannot make an informed decision for themselves whether this joint needs adjustment, manipulation, mobilization or not as you clearly truly believe. It was not advertising these sites, but providing information for others to make informed decisions since you do not appear to want to investigate the posted concerns further.

Instead as patients posting, we were judged, told that we are not listening to an evidence based view and even ridiculed as these conversations are humorous to other followers of your blog.


Glad you are sitting there laughing at us as we are fighting to get our lives back and stop living in excruciatingly debilitating pain. I wish you could see the passion and effort that was put into those responses. I know I do. Lastly, when you post a blog, you must be open to criticism and hopefully take replies to heart and see if you can grow as a therapist from them. I personally feel your responses to these posts will turn new patients off.

Here are the links again if you so choose to leave them this time. It was determined through a thorough history that the patient reported symptoms consistent with unstable sacroiliac joints. These symptoms included a sacrum that was rotated to the right and was painful with palpation.

The patient could also perform activities of daily life such as yard work, without pain and stiffness which had been present prior to the Prolotherapy sessions. Besides the improvement in function, there was a reduction in hip popping, SI irritation and lumbar spine pain. The popping, pain and loss of function all improved over the course of the treatment.

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The combination of very specific ligamentous Prolotherapy treatments with the inclusion of manual therapy and exercise resulted in a successful outcome for this patient with pelvic pain and CLBP. Thank you for a calmer more reasoned comment this time without any personal attacks, I am more than happy to discuss my blog rationally and sensibly and I do accept critisim if back by a reasoned well balanced arguement and some evidence, but I will NOT tolerate un called for vitriol as in your last post.

I understand that you are in pain and distress and that your emotions maybe high, but that is still NO excuse to attack without reading things thoroughly and accepting other professionals opinions when back by well documented evidence. Also as I meantioned NO-ONE is laughing at you, it is the attacks in the comments towards me that are uncalled for that are causing others some amusment, more at my expense than yours I can assure you. Thank you for the paper you posted I will read it later and critically reivew its method and results and see if it has anything to add to my understanding of SIJD. Wow, thank you for you comments and misguided, and ill informed personal attack, fits in nice with all the others recently. If you care to re read the comments and the blog, I think you will find no derogatory comments from myself, just the opposite, many from others towards me, should I just accept ad hom attacks, aggression and mis direct vitriol that is clearly uncalled for? Oh my goodness. The SIJ moves only about 3 degrees!! But that little bit of movement is exactly what he was referring to after his injury.

Not worth it. Wish you the best in helping your patients, truly. Exactly Melissa! Easy way to describe a very complex problem. There is certainly a lot of learning to be done by physiotherapists, chiropractors and doctors on the topic of SI Dysfunction. I have been struggling with the condition for over 4 years now, and it was caused by a manipulation by a physio. He said I needed a manipulation of my SI joint, which I had never heard of. My only reason for the visit was the arm and shoulder pain.

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He was persuasive and so I allowed the manipulation, which subsequently turned my life into a living hell! The right SI joint became hyper mobile and I could not walk and suffered excruciating pain! And of course there was no help to be found at Emergency where they just send you home with pain killers. Doctors were no help.

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I had to do my own research to figure out what I had. This condition is no laughing matter, it is severely disabling, and that is why sufferers are angry when you speak so flippantly about it. The sacrum does shift and get stuck in painful positions, there is no doubt about it. Or in the case of hyper mobility the SI joint is not holding together and walking mechanics are totally dysfunctional. And the fact that a physiotherapist did this to me is unforgivable.

I find the medical community is in the Dark Ages, they are so uninformed about this and people are not getting the help they need. LOTS of people! On the subject of manipulation I am sorry to hear that you had a traumatic experience with one, this is just the reason I dont use them in my daily practice, however although this manipulation obviously caused you pain, I think it is highly unlikey in fact impossible that a manipulation can cause a SIJ to become hypermobile.

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So although it sounds like you expereinced some poor management and practice by this physio, you havent been made hypermobile by the treatment recieved. I hope this helps, and I hope you find a good physio who can offer you some well balanced reasoned and sensible advice and guidance on how to progress with your pain. Thank you again Adam and the other readers who have taken the time to reply for for highlighting some very key issues in the management of musculoskeletal issues, in this case the SIJ.

It is clear that there are some very strong belief systems surrounding this topic and it is clear that these are miles apart amongst the readers of this page. Firstly, I feel I have to make it clear that I have every sympathy with anyone that who has pain.