Physical Therapy Near Mableton
At Civil Physical Therapy, we understand the significance and passion of maintaining an active lifestyle. That’s why we offer specific physical therapy services targeted to help passionate individuals continue their participation in sports or activities while addressing and managing any symptoms or pain they may experience.
What We TREAT
The list below, categorized by various joints/areas of the body, describes the most common pathologies….; however, our clinicians are highly experienced with treating many more conditions.
Services in Mableton
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Mableton is a city in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. Voters of the unincorporated area of Mableton approved a referendum to incorporate on November 8, 2022, and six council members were elected on March 21, 2023, with Michael Owens elected as Mayor in a runoff on April 21, 2023. According to the 2020 census, Mableton has a population of 78,000. Upon Brookhaven’s cityhood in December 2012, Mableton was previously the largest unincorporated CDP in Metro Atlanta. With boundaries described in Appendix A of House Bill 839, Mableton is set to become the largest city in Cobb County in terms of population, and will include historical Mableton, along with the Six Flags area, areas of unincorporated Smyrna, and other residents of unincorporated South Cobb. While 53% of voters approved the referendum, many residents are already exploring deannexation.
Between the 16th and 19th centuries, most of the land in present-day southern Cobb County belonged to the Cherokee and Creek. Two Native American villages were established near the area that will later become known as Mableton – the settlements of Sweet Water Town and Nickajack. Both tribes coinhabited the area peacefully, with one legend claiming that eventual ownership of the area by the Cherokee was settled via a ball game. One of the earliest known records of white Europeans being aware of the inhabitants is an 1839 map depicting a ‘Nickajack Creek’ converging with the Chattahoochee River south and west of the Standing Peachtree settlement.
The town was named after Scottish immigrant Robert Mable (1803-1885), who on September 11, 1843, bought 300 acres (approximately 120 hectares or 1.2 km) of land in southern Cobb County from the Georgia Land Lottery of 1832. Mable was a millwright and farmer who grew cotton, corn, potatoes, and sorghum in the area; he owned between 11 and 48 slaves by 1860. According to oral interviews, Mable was a “fair and kind” enslaver who educated slave children alongside his own, and eventually also liberated his slaves before any government mandate ordered him to. The Robert Mable House and Cemetery, located off U.S. 78 on Floyd Road just north of Clay Road, now includes an amphitheater which hosts public events.