Dana Logan approaches physical therapy as more than just a career but rather a way of life. She firmly believes that physical well being influences every aspect of daily living, and when there is a breakdown due to injury, life is impacted on many levels. Her treatment approach incorporates the whole person during recovery from a specific injury.
Dana graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2000 with a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy. Following this, she started her career in orthopedic physical therapy in Washington, D.C., which is where she continues to practice.
Dana treats a wide variety of sports and orthopedic injuries, including overuse injuries, as well as high-level neurological patients and balance disorders. She has an advanced certification in geriatric physical therapy, and she believes that people of all ages deserve the highest quality of care to promote full and active lives.
Through her career Dana has managed multiple site physical therapy clinics around D.C., as well as operated her own private practice. She joined PhysioDC in 2014 after finding a group of like-minded therapists.
Dana is also a part of a continuing education company for practicing therapists, which involves her providing lectures around the country and designing online educational materials focused on geriatric physical therapy. She has co-authored articles in the professional literature of Physical Therapy, and she is dedicated to keeping up with the latest developments in physical therapy.