Dana N. Logan, MS, PT —
With over 20 years as an orthopedic physical therapist, Dana approaches each case with total dedication to see her patients through their injury and work towards achieving their highest level of function. She believes a large part of her role as a therapist is empowering each person to not fear their injury and learn to work within what their body can do, rather than focusing on limitations to achieve results.
Dana holds a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science from Miami University in Ohio, and a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. Over her career she has held director positions, lectured both to therapists and the general public, developed continuing education material, implemented worksite ergonomic sessions, and managed post-rehab programs. Personally, she enjoys anything that takes her outdoors, fitness, boating, and food and wine. She volunteers for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and is part of the DC Medical Volunteer Corp. As part of the team at TOC, Dana will bring her experience and passion to every patient who is part of the practice. She especially enjoys treating complex hip and knee cases, both post-operative and non-operative and looks forward to helping you reach your goals!