Logan Ralph, BSc Kin, MPT
It all started when…
Logan has always enjoyed working with people to achieve their goals. This made a career in Physiotherapy a natural fit. His journey started at the University of Victoria in 2005 studying human movement and exercise (Kinesiology) and began in earnest when he graduated from the Masters of Physical Therapy program at the University of British Columbia.
In order to pay the bills along the way Logan worked as a Crew Supervisor for Canada’s only Wildland Fire Fighting Smokejumper program. While jumping out of planes and working in remote areas of the North American wilderness he suffered many bumps and bruises, which stoked his passion for physiotherapy.
In addition to his formal education Logan has spent time working with people from all walks of life including time at the Child Development Centre and as a trainer on a professional hockey team.
Logan loves working with all types of clients but has a particular interest in musculoskeletal injuries, return to sport, and spinal pain. Inspired by evidence based practice, Logan has taken several continuing education courses focusing on back pain, extremity treatment, chronic pain, and pain science. When not trying to further his education, he maintains a love for all things outdoors including mountain biking, surfing, snowboarding, running, swimming, building signs and front desks, and all things movement.