The Huntsville TherapySouth team proudly serves patients from Huntsville and Madison, and is convenient to Cummings Research Park and Redstone Arsenal. We offer pelvic pain and pelvic health services in addition to all other outpatient physical therapy services. 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 Huntsville location, call 256-513-8280 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 – Michael Beuoy, PT – email@example.com
Office Coordinator – Stacy Pence – firstname.lastname@example.org
“I fell in love with the team the first day. The staff know you by first name. The receptionist was friendly. The therapists were personable, and “user friendly” as we say in the customer service world. They listened to my concerns, and they explained what they were doing and why they were doing it. That was important to me because I am need-to-know person. What really impressed me the most was they actually touched the injury and manipulated it while explaining to me what was needed to reach my goal for getting back to normalcy. Most of the therapists I have encountered just give you instructions and tell you what to do. I think that touch is important in the therapeutic process. In addition, the therapists used an app to give me the home exercises; papers get lost easily so I especially liked their use of technology.
My first time at TherapySouth was to prepare my body for total knee replacement by strengthening my muscles. It was such a success, I requested to return after my surgery. I highly recommend TherapySouth to all my friends!” –
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