Category: Community

Getting Back To School

 

Category: Community, Pediatric Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy

Back to School Wording with Colored PencilsCan you believe it’s time for school to start again? It seems like it just gets earlier and earlier every year. Everyone has their own opinions about short summers versus long breaks throughout the year. However, one thing is certain: education is important.

“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” -John Dewey

At Sovereign Rehabilitation, we offer effective treatment for children post surgery or serious illness. We will tailor your child’s rehabilitation for her specific needs and help get her back to a life of normal function and quality as soon as possible. (more…)


The Gathering

 

Category: Community, Orthopedic and Sports Therapy, Rehabilitation Services

Orthopaedic Surgery Atlanta GAGathering happens every day. At Sovereign Rehabilitation, we utilize gathering in many ways to help your life feel better. Our dedicated professionals know that in isolation very little can be accomplished.

We Gather Information

At Sovereign Rehabilitation, we value the gathering of information so we can best diagnose you, and get you on the path to recovery. We will take the time to listen to your concerns and also utilize any other information from your physician that is available to us to help provide you with the best, most well informed care possible. (more…)


April Is National Youth Sports Safety Month

 

Category: Community, General

Sovereign Rehabilitation is proud to be spotlighting an important awareness topic this month. April is National Youth Sports Safety Month. This is a great time to be reminded of the steps you can take to prevent your kids from getting injured or hurt during their preferred sporting event this spring.

Safe Kids Worldwide offers five very practical and easy steps to help keep our kids safe during sports activities. (more…)


Planning Your Festive Feast With Foods That Will Help Your Rehabilitation

 

Category: Community, Education

Atlanta GA Physical Rehabilitation CentersDecember is a great time for festive feasts. At Sovereign Rehabilitation, we wish all of our patients a very merry holiday season. If you’re planning your feasts to celebrate this season, you should consider incorporating foods and treats that will help you along in your physical therapy process as well. So set your table with beautiful holiday décor and your most special china, but be sure to serve options that will boost your physical therapy process as well.

Place proteins on your festive table! Lean proteins come from a variety of sources including meat, beans, nut butters and more. We suggest eating your lean meats such as white turkey first during your feast. (more…)


A Little Motivation to Kick-Start Your New Year

 

Category: Community

Atlanta GA Physical RehabilitationAs we all embark on the New Year, consider these motivational quotes to help you kick off a healthier, happier 2017. Tape them to your desk; stick them on a mirror; put them up on the fridge, and come back to them when you need a little encouragement to help you reach your rehabilitation goals.

“Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” – Charles R. Swindoll

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Resolve to Feel Better in 2017

 

Category: Community, Education

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…)


Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation’s Race for Research

 

Category: Community

The weather was hot, but we had a great time on Saturday at the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation’s Race for Research.  Team Sovereign Rehabilitation had a total of 19 members. Our team consisted of walkers and runners, staff, family, friends, and patients.  Together we raised $590 for brain tumor research!
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