Do I need Physical Therapy?2017-09-18T23:01:18-05:00

There are many conditions that can be treated by a Physical Therapist and the most common ones are:

  • Neck, back, shoulder, knee pain
  • Joint and soft tissue injury or pain
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Weakness
  • Arthritis
  • Treatment after or before a surgery (for example: knee/hip replacement, rotator cuff repair, back surgery, etc.)

Other conditions treated in our facility include:

  • Balance Problems
  • Vertigo (inner ear problems)
  • Difficulty walking
  • Foot pain
What are some common treatment options my Physical Therapist may use?2017-09-29T11:05:08-05:00
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Anti-inflammatory treatments such as Iontophoresis
  • Ultrasound
  • Massage and/or manual techniques
  • Cervical Traction
  • Gait Training
  • Certain maneuvers/procedures for balance/vertigo
  • Heat/cold
  • Work related injury rehab

As you can see, there are lots of treatments Trinity Physical Therapy can utilize to help get you better! Sometimes it takes doing more than one thing and then other times all it takes is a well planned strengthening program. Our highly skilled clinical staff has the expertise and experience to provide excellent therapy services that incorporate effective equipment for therapeutic exercise, manual therapy techniques, and modalities for pain reduction.

What makes Trinity Physical Therapy different?2017-09-29T11:10:33-05:00
  • The owners of Trinity Physical Therapy are a physical therapist and an exercise physiologist. The Physical Therapist will coordinate your treatment plan, manage your care from the beginning to the end of your plan of care. Decisions about providing the “best” care do not come from a corporate office, so we are able to give our patients the attention they deserve and determine the best plan of care for each patient based on each patient’s needs.
  • We are thankful our patients have chosen Trinity and love our profession! Our patients’ success is our success! The way that we stay in business is by earning it the old fashioned way. Our patients thank us daily by telling their friends, family, and their Physicians about the positive experience they had while undergoing Physical Therapy at our clinic.
  • We emphasize a “hands on” approach to physical therapy, reinforcing the connection we try to establish with our patients.
  • We stress compliance with home exercise programs and teach our patients how to track their exercise activity outside of their therapy appointments so that they can continue making progress even after their therapy has ended. We offer an Alumni Program consisting of one on one personal training programs for our patients who have reached their therapy goals but still need supervision and instruction with their exercise program. (If a personal trainer isn’t right for you, we still want to stay involved and see that you maintain what you worked so hard for). By staying closely connected after formal treatment has ended, we can help insure that patients have all the tools, information, and personal attention they need to maintain their goals.
  • We keep Physicians involved and informed with timely notes and personal correspondence.
  • Finally, our staff cares for our patients as if they were our very own family. We will encourage them, educate them, and provide an enthusiastic atmosphere that facilitates success!
Do I need a referral?2017-09-29T11:11:56-05:00

Yes and no. In the state of Alabama, a patient can self-refer to physical therapy without a physician’s referral, however a referral from a doctor is required for your insurance to cover the costs of treatment. Our staff will be happy to help you obtain a referral. Remember that you, the patient, can decide which facility you would like to use and who you want to to be your Physical Therapist, similar to choosing a dentist or choosing a pharmacy to fill a prescription for medicine. It’s that simple!

If you don’t have a primary care doctor or think you may need to see a specialist we can help you with that, too.

We work closely with several doctors in this area and can easily refer you to a doctor and/or specialist and arrange an office visit if needed.

Will my insurance pay for Physical Therapy?2017-09-29T11:17:44-05:00

Yes. We are a Preferred In-Netowrk Provider for Blue Cross & Blue Shield, a Participating Provider with Medicare, in-network with Tricare, Tricare Prime, United Healthcare, Humana, Aetna, many worker’s compensation plans, and will file claims directly to your auto insurance if applicable. Please call our office and we can review your insurance coverage with you.  Your insurance coverage, limits, and patient financial responsibility are explained prior to beginning treatment.

I recommend this place to anyone who needs PT. The staff is great! Very professional yet personable. Awesome environment and great vibes! You feel welcomed the moment you walk in! I almost hate I’m getting better so fast!


I have progressed and almost on home base with the help of this group’s staff … They get a “high five,” for excellence. They are great at what they do , and, the staff is courteous and concerned. Thanks to all staff members.


Love the care I get there. They are friendly, courteous, careful,work with you until you reach your goals. Take you on time. Very knowledgeable staff.


Love Trinity they make you feel at home like family or remember who you are when come back for more Therapy (Holly).Today my PT session for my shoulder went really well checked all my stitches and bandaged me up correctly. Thanks Jeff



Our Philosophy is to treat each patient like a member of our own family-developing a close, personal relationship that lends to a better understanding of how their diagnosis and/or pain is affecting them.
We track the effectiveness of our treatment plans through outcomes studies and monitor our patient satisfaction closely to maintain a 98% overall Patient Satisfaction score.  You can be confident that each patient will receive exceptional care and service from the beginning to the end of their Plan of Care.

Ausie “Jeff” Beams
Ausie “Jeff” BeamsLead Physical Therapist Bio
Ausie “Jeff” Beams is a Registered Physical Therapist, licensed to practice physical therapy in the states of Alabama and Georgia. He has extensive experience in a variety of settings, the majority of which is Outpatient Orthopedics.
Holly Holmes
Holly HolmesExercise Physiologist
Holly is originally from Fort Payne, AL. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama and has a Bachelor’s degree in Sports and Fitness Management and a Master’s degree in Human Performance & Exercise Physiology.


Our facility is conveniently located in the Patriot Center next to Snap Fitness on Highway 69 South, just 1.5 miles south of the intersection of Skyland Boulevard and Highway 359. Please refer to the map on our home page for directions. We proudly serve the Southern Tuscaloosa and Hale County areas, however our patients travel to our facility form Northport, Eutaw, Centerville and many towns in between.
Our highly skilled clinical staff has the expertise and experience to provide excellent therapy services that incorporate effective equipment for therapeutic exercise, manual therapy techniques, and modalities for pain reduction. Our mission is for you to reach your full rehab potential.

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