The Cullman TherapySouth team is located just in front of All Sports Performance Training and proudly serves patients from Cullman, West Point, Good Hope, South Vinemont and other surrounding areas. We accept all patients, regardless of whether they have been referred by a doctor or not. If you have questions about physical therapy services at our Cullman location, call 256-775-4456 today. New patients are encouraged to stop by our clinics any time to take a look around and make sure you are comfortable with our facility and staff.
Service Director – Courtney Green – firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Coordinator – Tammy Smith – email@example.com
“My name is Madison. I am a Cullman High School graduate, former collegiate athlete and current full time nursing student. I want to tell you about my unforgettable experience as a patient of Courtney Green. My senior year of high school in preseason of basketball I started to feel discomfort while running in my hip. After talking with a doctor, I was referred to therapy. I was nervous and did not know what to expect. That is when I met Courtney. Courtney worked vigorously with me for a couple of weeks and got me back on my feet. The help I received made for a great basketball season and an even better track season. I was a competitive thrower on the CHS track & field team and needed all my strength to compete. The help that I got opened up the opportunity to compete in the hammer throw at the Junior Olympics. I was humbled by the experience and would not have gotten there without the help of Courtney. Soon after, I was on my way to Birmingham Southern College to become a part of their track & field team. It was a big step from high school athletics to collegiate athletics. I was pushed harder than I had ever been before. During the season, my hip starting hurting again. To the point, I scheduled an appointment to talk with a doctor. Come to find out I needed surgery. My surgery occurred July 29th, where I had a labral repair due to a double tear. I immediately called Courtney and got booked for therapy. I was fully recovered and ready to go by October. Courtney kicked me into gear, pushed me to work harder and helped me through it all. She is not only a great physical therapist but she also is a good friend. I am extremely thankful for her and TherapySouth.” -Madison L.
“My name is Jacob and I met Courtney after dislocating my shoulder during a tennis match my junior year of high school. Courtney helped me get back on court after an injury that I believed would remove me from the sport forever. Her continued support and encouragement even after I was released from physical therapy was extremely important in making my last year of high school sports a successful and enjoyable one. Today I am a PTR certified tennis instructor and an athletic manager for Wallace State’s tennis program. Without Courtney I would not have found my passion for tennis or coaching, and for that I think of her as an outstanding and caring physical therapist and friend.” -Jacob L.
Trigger points, often a component of myofascial pain syndrome, are irritable, hard “knots” within a muscle that may cause pain over a large area. A potential treatment option is dry needling, which consists of a very thin needle that your therapist pushes through the skin to stimulate the trigger points, muscles, or connecting tissues.LEARN MORE