Logan chose to become a physical therapist and athletic trainer because of his love for helping people. Logan’s compassion and empathy are the foundation for his patient centered approach to evaluate and treat injuries. He desires to help each person address their limitations and meet their specific goals for improving their health and quality of life. Logan has pursued advanced training to improve his clinical skills and decision making to provide effective treatments and help his patients recover faster. He has completed an orthopedic residency and is a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Hands on treatment, resistance exercise, and functional activities all play a role in the care that Logan provides for his patients. Additionally, he places emphasis on explaining and educating each of his patients about their injury as part of their recovery process. Logan’s interest in educating others has also led him to be involved in teaching for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Bellin College and mentoring students and other PTs in the clinic.
Logan enjoys treating all types of musculoskeletal injuries, but is especially passionate about treating the spine. He also has a special interest in managing neurological problems such as dizziness, vertigo, and concussion. Logan is always committed to meeting his patients “where they are at” to help them pursue and achieve their goals on their journey towards recovery.
Logan and his wife, Holly, have two wonderful boys, Josiah and Jaden, and a lovely daughter, Christiana. Logan enjoys spending his free time with his family, reading, running, cycling, and spending time outside.