The Liberty Park/Irondale TherapySouth team proudly serves patients from Liberty Park, Moutainbrook, Irondale and Cahaba Heights. 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 Liberty Park/Irondale location, call 205-970-2350 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 – Josh Steed, PT, DPT- email@example.com
Co-Director – Derek Van Gerwen, PT, DPT – firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Coordinator – Kay Morris – email@example.com
“I was referred to TherapySouth about 1.5 years ago for hip pain. Second to being a Mom of three boys, my passion is running. I was determined to find a drug-free method of pain relief. Within weeks of working with Josh and the incredible staff at Liberty Park I was back on the open road and even passed my mileage goal for the year. I continued at TherapySouth on my own with the program that was specifically designed for me. I continue to face small hiccups, but with the support of TherapySouth Liberty Park I am confident I can tackle any obstacles.”
“The staff at Therapy South – Liberty Park have demonstrated customer focus and genuine concern to help me recover after hip surgery. I have worked with all of the Physical Therapists, and they are very knowledgeable. They are role models of professionalism and expertise, and they take time to explain why we are doing certain exercises. Additionally, the receptionist, Kay, is very helpful to schedule appointments that accommodate my schedule. I have had a wonderful experience with TherapySouth, and I thankful to be recovering with such a fun, caring team!” -Markell H.
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