The Leeds/Moody TherapySouth team proudly serves patients from Leeds, Moody, Autumn Chase, Alton, Trussville and Cook Springs. 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 Leeds/Moody location, call 205-699-1220 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 – Becca O’Neal, DPT – firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Coordinator – Stephanie Tiller – email@example.com
“After much pain and steroid shots, I was referred to TherapySouth for a torn rotator cuff. Sleep was impossible, with a high pain level. After three weeks of therapy the pain was almost gone. I was treated professionally, promptly and in a friendly atmosphere. I would highly recommend TherapySouth.” -Ann W.
“For many years, I have been struggling with lower back pain caused by disc degeneration and a nagging discomfort from my left rhomboid. Over the years, I have tried chiropractic treatments, deep tissue massages, and a variety of exercises with only temporary relief at best. In January and February of this year, I had two pain blocks in my lower back because I was experiencing pain and spasms.
I began seeing Rebecca O’Neal at Therapy South in late September of this year. On my first visit, Rebecca treated me with dry needling therapy, and the results have been outstanding. I am no longer having lower back spasms and my rhomboid condition is improving as well.
Not only has the dry needling therapy helped, but Rebecca has also me to a variety of exercises that help both conditions. Unfortunately, many of the exercises I have done over the years have been counterproductive. Even though I played sports in high school and college and exercised for many years, I did not have the physical therapy knowledge to exercises properly to help my conditions.
Now that I’m having less pain and discomfort, I’ve been able to increase my overall exercise program significantly.
Over the years, I’ve been to other physical therapists, but I can honestly say that the professionalism, knowledge, and skill at Therapy South surpass any of my past experiences.” -Ed R.
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