The Role That Self-Awareness Plays In Your Physical Health And Your Process Of Rehabilitation

When considering ways to remain healthy and aid in rehabilitation, most people would not add self-awareness to their lists. Things such as eating healthy, exercising consistently, and the right mixture of medications are at the top of everyone’s list. However, self-awareness is an integral step to staying fit, recovery, and functioning at your maximum capacity.

Self-awareness is important to your physical health and rehabilitation because it is fluid and flexible to each day’s trials, delights, and circumstances. It is about understanding yourself, and everything else that makes you you! The more you know about yourself, the better you are at adapting to any condition that comes your way. (more…)

The Key to a Successful Rehabilitation Program

The specialists at Sovereign Rehabilitation know what it takes to get you back to living your best and most active life after an injury or a debilitation condition sidelines you. They cater safe, effective rehabilitation programs specifically to you — your injury, condition, and ability level.

But their support and expertise are only a few pieces of the puzzle. There are things you can do, too, to help ensure that your physical therapy rehabilitation program is effective. (more…)

Resolve to Feel Better in 2017

If you’ve been struggling to overcome an injury or condition this past year, it can be tough to have a positive outlook for 2017. But much of how we feel physically depends on how we’re handling things mentally and emotionally.

Make 2017 the year you feel better by adopting some of these healthy mental strategies. (more…)

How to Create a More Ergonomic Work Space

Ergonomics is a word that may sound strange, but it’s one that plays a big role in how comfortable and efficient we’re able to be at work.

Ergonomics is a field of study that looks at how work spaces are designed. An ergonomic work area can increase efficiency, but more importantly it helps reduce or eliminate the risk of musculoskeletal pain from conditions such as carpal tunnel, tendonitis, neck tension or back aches that can occur when we sit at our desk incorrectly for 8 or more hours a day.
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