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…)

Pregnant? Experiencing Back Pain?

Atlanta GA Back Pain TreatmentYou’re pregnant! Congratulations. Having a baby is one the biggest miracles you will experience in your life. There’s noting more exhilarating knowing that you have a baby growing inside of you. It’s a beautiful thing. However, along with that growth happening in your womb, there is often pain associated with it. You are not alone in your pain. Most pregnant women experience back pain, usually starting in the second half of pregnancy.

Happy Easter From Sovereign Rehabilitation

Atlanta GA Physical Therapy ClinicSovereign Rehabilitation would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our patients a very Happy Easter on April 16! We are grateful for all of our past and future patients, and we are honored by the privilege of serving you each day.

Spring and Easter are times for all things new. There is new life popping up in nature all around us. Flowers are blooming, baby birds are pecking their way out of their shells and animals that have lain dormant for the winter are waking to feed their hungry bellies. Easter is a fun time to celebrate the new at our offices of Sovereign Rehabilitation as well. (more…)

Your Joyful Child with Down Syndrome


Atlanta GA Physical Therapy for ChildrenWe challenge you to find a child with Down Syndrome who is not smiling. Down Syndrome children seem to wear a perpetual smile and know no stranger. Blowing kisses to everyone through the drive-thru window and hugging the people who bag your groceries are normal happenings in the lives of a family with a child suffering from Down Syndrome.

The truth of the matter is that Down Syndrome children are not always joyful. They have feelings like anyone else. They experience the full range of emotions. They respond to positive expressions of friendship, and are hurt and upset by inconsiderate behavior. People with Down Syndrome socialize and have meaningful friendships. (more…)