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.
Sovereign 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…)
Have you asked your mom what she wants for Mother’s Day yet? You may want to begin that conversation with her because it’s fast approaching on May 14th. Your mom deserves the very best. She sacrifices her needs and wants on a daily basis to help you thrive. What’s your favorite thing your mom makes for you to eat? What’s that one thing she does that makes you so happy? Does she wake you up in the morning in a special way? Does she call and have just the right words to say when you’re feeling blue. She really does deserve the very best! (more…)
Unfortunately, Thanksgiving is also a prime time for some not-so-pleasant injuries. Don’t let an accident sideline your holiday. Stay injury free with these smart prevention tips.
It can be hard to keep your hand out of the Halloween candy bowl. And while a couple of pieces here and there may not be harmful, if you’re working on overcoming chronic pain or injury, overindulging in Halloween treats could be working against you, thanks to their sugar content.
Here are a few reasons why.
Even before that first cold front of the season blows in, your body knows it’s coming — especially if you have chronic pain. Many chronic pain sufferers, or those living with an injury, often report aches and pains triggered by cooler temperatures.
And there’s some science to back up that claim. When the barometric pressure outside changes, like it does when it’s damp or cold, the nerve endings of our joints are receptive to that, triggering aches, pains and stiffness.
When your child is injured, it can be especially challenging for busy families to make it through their already hectic schedules. Everything from eating a meal to walking around school or getting dressed takes extra time and patience.
At Sovereign Rehabilitation in Atlanta, our physical therapy specialists help children overcome challenges and injuries that impact their everyday life.
Thankfully, there are also some pretty simply ways to stay safe and enjoy the season.
To help make your commute pain-free, consider some of these tips:
There may not be a magic cure-all for back pain, but there are a few things, including physical therapy, that can help reduce pain and manage your symptoms.
These, however, are not those things. These bad back habits can actually increase your pain and up your chances for further injury – so steer clear.