The Consequences of Chronic Pain

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Atlanta GA Treatment for Chronic PainIt’s easy to see the physical effects of chronic pain. It limits our mobility, and keeps us from participating in the activities we love. It can also make it harder to sleep, which can have far-reaching physical consequences.

But chronic pain does more than affect our bodies – it can also affect our minds, our self-esteem, and how we see ourselves. In fact, researchers have found consistently lower levels of self-esteem in patients diagnosed with a chronic, pain-inducing illness than in healthier populations. (more…)

Physical Therapy for Fibromyalgia

Trying to get through the tail end of winter can be tough for fibromyalgia sufferers. Many say that the cold, damp conditions can make their symptoms – which include chronic, widespread pain, fatigue, headaches, restless leg syndrome and more – much worse.

The certified and trained physical therapists at Sovereign Rehabilitation can help you combat these painful symptoms with rehabilitation programs catered specifically to you and your needs. We employ techniques such as muscle energy work, manual therapy, dry needling and more that work to help you achieve long-term pain relief, and more importantly, a better quality of life.
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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…)

How Physical Therapy Helps Your Heart

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Physical Therapy Clinic near Atlanta GAHeart Health Month is almost here, and while we know that we can do things like eat well and maintain a healthy weight to protect our cardiovascular health, there’s another way you can keep your heart strong, too, that you might now have thought of…physical therapy.

It’s true. Working with a physical therapist can help you fend off cardiovascular disease by tackling some of the top causes of one of the most deadly conditions for men and women in the United States. (more…)