Laura offers educational seminars and in-services on aquatic physical therapy for physicians, physical therapists and other health care professionals. She is also available to talk on various topics in the community for groups such as the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, assisted living facilities, and health-related support groups.
Laura is available to consult on the following topics:
- Aquatic practice management
- Starting an aquatic physical therapy program
- Niche practice development
- Pool design and construction
- Aquatic risk management
- Specialized aquatic equipment
- Staff training
- Site selection and contracting with existing facilities
Laura presented at the Children's Hospital Boston Department of Neurology's fourth annual Boston SMA Day. This one-day conference was intended…
The Aquatic Section sponsored Laura Diamond to speak on "Analysis of Swim Strokes: Modifications for Neurologic, Orthopedic, and Chronic Pain…
Laura Diamond presented on "Business Basics: Targeted Practice Areas: How to Get Started"
Laura Diamond presented on "Building a Successful Cash-Based, Niche Practice - An Aquatic Therapy Manual"
Dr. Gray Cohen has an accomplished resume in the world of aquatics as a lifeguard, swimmer, triathlete, swim instructor and…
How to begin a specialized private practice in aquatic therapy. Do you dream of owning a private practice? New clinicians…
Laura Diamond - a resident of Stow and a physical therapist spoke on "Aquatic Practice Management" at a national meeting…
There are people who ask themselves "Wouldn't it be nice to do X," all the while resigning themselves to the…
“I have waited my whole career for a therapist with Megan’s caliber to join my practice. Megan shares my passion for the water and aquatic physical therapy.”
Laura Diamond, PT, MS
“Megan is by far the most skilled physical therapist I have encountered. She is thorough in assessment, considering all aspects of my activities of daily life, and body mechanics to create an individualized treatment plan. Megan has creative problem solving skills to address obstacles that exacerbate pain and to find exercises that help overcome well established issues. But, what impresses me most about Megan is her emotional intelligence. I have seen her work with a wide variety of ages and disabilities adapting her communication style to suit the situation. She is kind, respectful, and thorough, gently redirecting when necessary yet affirming. This type of attention to detail and care is a gift. We need more like Megan in the medical community!”
Kelly Larson, RN