The Hueytown TherapySouth team proudly serves patients from Hueytown, Pleasant Grove, North Bessemer, Fairfield/Midfield and Concord. 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 Hueytown location, call 205-744-9993 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.
Clinic Director – Corey Irby, PT, DPT – email@example.com
Office Coordinator – Michelle Sterley – firstname.lastname@example.org
“The TherapySouth (Hueytown) staff is a dedicated, respectful, and hard working group. From my initial evaluation to my therapy session, the therapist was professional and worked with me, giving directions and staying right with me to make sure I carried them out as directed. I would recommend this practice to anyone. I have had therapy at several places, but this is the best!” -Margaret B.
“I have had 3 different knee injuries, and for all, I chose TherapySouth to use for my recovery. At TherapySouth, they really cared about not just my injury, but me as well. They helped me to have a quick and great recovery. Each time I went, I had a warm welcome from Ms. Linda at the front desk. No matter who helped me – David, Ian, Patrick, or Bre – I always got what needed to be done, done just in time for my sports to start!” -Grace
“I can’t say enough about TherapySouth-Hueytown. I have been there a couple of times, and the atmosphere is great. They push you to do your best, but are also compassionate. My son also went to therapy there for a knee injury, and they worked with him and got him back on the field quicker but safely. I love TherapySouth and will never go anywhere else. They’re not just therapists, they’re family!” -Joan E.
Blood Flow Restriction Training
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