Project Description

Laura Glazebrook Atlanta Physical Therapist
“I absolutely love watching clients conquer new challenges they thought weren’t possible.”

Laura Glazebrook joins One on One Physical Therapy after spending 6 years specializing in neurological disorders, including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Laura is an expert in understanding the complexities of muscle tone, cognitive impairments, vestibular rehabilitation, interdisciplinary care, related orthopedic issues, and the utilization of splinting and bracing for neurological conditions. Laura has a profound passion for helping people through catastrophic injuries and finds it truly rewarding to be part of someone’s recovery.

Laura holds a Bachelors in Exercise Science and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Georgia in 2012. She spent the initial year of her career working with catastrophic injuries and outpatient pediatrics at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Scottish Rite Hospital. Prior to her matriculation, Laura completed her graduate research in pelvic floor physical therapy. Since then and after the birth of her son in 2017, Laura’s interest and passion for integrating pelvic floor physical therapy into her current practice has grown. Laura is inspired by her clients and she strongly believes that her work with a client is a team effort, striving toward a common goal. She is excited to be a member of the One on One Physical Therapy team, providing a personalized approach to restoring optimal function following a neurological injury while further developing her skills and treatment methods for female pelvic health conditions.

Laura understands the importance of total body wellness when it comes to injury recovery for her clients as well as in her own life. While at Shepherd Center, Laura participated in the development of a resource bank for post-injury wellness, which included optimal nutrition and exercise. She introduced pediatric and adult participants to adaptive outdoor sports in clinics and volunteer camps. Laura believes in investing in local physical therapy programs, assisting in the development of PT and PTA students, and rehabilitation research.

Laura grew up in a dance studio, but currently enjoys an active lifestyle including running, triathlons, Pilates and yoga. In her time outside the office, she and her husband enjoy traveling and navigating the mayhem that comes with raising their son, Evan.