3 Common Insurance Questions Answered

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Atlanta GA Physical Therapy CentersSovereign Rehabilitation is proud to be an Atlanta physical therapist that accepts insurance. Often times, our patients have some questions about insurance as they embark on their physical therapy journey. We have good news for you, we work with almost all insurance providers and our professional office staff and software support help us keep your paperwork in order for you.

“How do I know if my condition will be covered by my insurance company?”

The best way to find out if your insurance company covers your physical therapy treatment is to call our professional staff at Sovereign Rehabilitation. We will work with your insurance provider to determine the coverage you are eligible for. We are here to help with insurance. (more…)

Children’s Injuries That May Or May Not Require Rehabilitation

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Atlanta GA Physical Therapy for KidsAt Sovereign Rehabilitation we offer effective treatment for children post surgery or serious illness. Our focus is to get your child back to their regularly scheduled activities as quickly and as safely as possible after they’ve experienced an injury, illness or surgery.

According to the CDC’s child injury report, males have higher nonfatal injury rates than females. There are five major causes of these nonfatal injuries. (more…)

When Do I Begin Physical Therapy After I’ve Been Injured?

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Atlanta GA Physical Therapy ClinicAt Sovereign Rehabilitation, we offer rehabilitation after many types of injury. If you’ve suffered from sports, motorized vehicle, workplace or other type of injury, it’s important to contact us right away. Timing is very important when it comes to getting the proper help you need after your injury. (more…)

Facts About Idiopathic Scoliosis

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Atlanta GA Physical Therapy ClinicHere’s a quick guide for you about Scoliosis.

  • Scoliosis is a condition of side-to-side spinal curves.
  • Your spine will look more like a letter “S” or a “C” rather than a straight line.
  • The curvature in your spine can make your shoulders, hips or waist appear unbalanced. One of your shoulder blades or trunk muscles may be more prominent as well.
  • More than 80 percent of all people who suffer from Scoliosis have never suffered from an injury to cause it. When there is an undetermined cause for your Scoliosis, it is called Idiopathic Scoliosis.
  • There are two other primary classifications of Scoliosis: congenital and neuromuscular.

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