CLARE LOGAN, DO (MP), CAT, BKIN., AT
Clare is devoted to learning advanced treatment for the brain and how it functions with the rest of the body. The effects from concussions and strokes can lead to postural issues, lowered self-image, and chronic dysfunction of the internal organs. Clare’s work sees a wide variety of clients with issues ranging from scoliosis, irritable digestions, all types of headaches, and chronic multi-dimensional injuries.
Clare graduated from Canadian Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques, where she received honours and distinction for her thesis; Ocular Motor Function: The Effects of Osteopathic Manual Therapy in Relation to Functional Balance. Her studies include cranial-sacral, muscular and postural balance, pressure balances, biodynamics, fascial release, neurological release, and visceral and structural articulation and adjustments.
With a decade of experience as a certified athletic therapist, Clare understands the complex interrelationships of the body from pregnancy and infant wellness right through to seniors and palliative care.
Clare volunteers with the Canadian Adaptive Snowsports (CADS) and works with Calgary/Alberta Para Alpine Ski Team athletes. She has worked with athletes at the Olympic Wrestling trials and 2010 Winter Paralympic Games in Vancouver along with many other sporting events.
Words to live by: “Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease.” – Hippocrates