503 371 0779 "Main Hub" 1025 2nd St. NW Salem, OR 97304


Logan Walters, PT, DPT

Logan was born and raised in the small town of Shade Gap, in south central Pennsylvania.  He attended Lebanon Valley College for the duration of his college career, where he was a member of the basketball team for two years and graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016. After graduation, Logan worked in an outpatient Physical Therapy clinic just outside of Philadelphia, where he treated a wide variety of orthopedic conditions while developing his skillset and personal approach to treatment.  Last year, Logan decided to pursue his career goal of becoming a Sports Clinical Specialist.  He is currently completing the Saint Francis University Sports Residency program, after which he will be relocating to Salem in August. 

Sports have been an integral part of Logan’s life, and his desire to work with athletes has been the primary driver that led him to the field of Sports Physical Therapy. Logan grew up playing basketball, baseball, and golf; and is an avid Philadelphia sports fan (Go Birds!).  During his college career, Logan suffered a pair of ACL injuries which led to his strong passion for rehabilitating ACLR patients and for educating athletes about the latest knee and ACL specific injury prevention techniques.  Other special interests include promoting injury prevention/movement conditioning for youth athletes, return to sport following concussion, and the treatment of basketball players and the overhead athlete. His treatment philosophy centers around empowering athletes to learn how enhance their sport specific performance and bullet proof their bodies to prevent future injuries.  Outside of the PT clinic Logan enjoys golfing, playing/watching basketball, exploring the outdoors, and tuning into any Philadelphia team sporting event that he can. 


Kyle Davey, Coordinator Of Athletic Performance

Kyle Davey is the consummate professional, providing personal training and performance testing at The RE_Building in the NWRA-way, “with a personal touch”. Bringing experience in academics, athletics, and collegiate training to NWRA, we are proud to host his personal training practice and expand his reach to those in the Salem area with aspirations of healthy living and improved performance – regardless of their goals. 



Zane Wise, PT, DPT, CSCS

Zane graduated from Willamette University with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2013. He was a member of the football team during his tenure at Willamette. Shortly thereafter, he returned to NWRA, where he worked as a PT Aide prior to graduate school. He also competed in wrestling, basketball and hockey while growing up. In 2017, he graduated from George Fox University with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.  Since rejoining the team at NWRA, Zane has practiced in general orthopedics and sports, as well as stints working with Geriatic clients at Capital Manor and with the Otago balance and fall-prevention exercise program. He enjoys taking a collaborative approach towards meeting the goals and aspirations of his patients. Zane strives to educate and empower his patients daily to help them strive for long-term success. He enjoys working with patients across the lifespan, including competitive athletes and recreational runners and hikers. Special interests in the field include treatment of hip-impingement, integrating principles of strength training and conditioning into practice and the biopsychosocial approach to patient care. Hobbies include spending time with his wife, family, friends and of course, his dog. He loves following many different sports, but college football is at the top of the list. He is also an avid outdoorsman, often immersed in fishing, hunting, camping, boating, cooking or doing projects outside. A growing interest of Zane’s is to help outdoorsmen and women recover from their conditions and regain their ability to get back to the many outdoor passions one can indulge themselves into here in the Pacific Northwest.



Chris Aguirre PT, DPT

Chris was born and raised in the Southeast Valley of Phoenix, Arizona. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Arizona State University in 2015. He then moved to Denver, Colorado where he completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Regis University in 2018. While at Regis he completed various rotations in Bend, Las Vegas, Portland, and Tempe. Chris has worked in a variety of orthopedic settings with his final student rotation being completed at Arizona State University in athletics. He then moved up to the Pacific Northwest where he has worked in our Northwest Rehab Sport and Spine clinic since graduating.
Chris grew up with a heavy sports background which has led to his passion of combining rehabilitation and sport performance. He strives to empower his patients to become active in their rehab which he completes through corrective exercise, manual therapy, and movement based interventions. He has a special interest in soccer players, runners, and the overhead athlete, however he enjoys working with patients of any age, sport, or ability. Outside of NWRA Chris can be found exploring the outdoors, snowboarding, running, playing & watching soccer (Go Timbers), being a weekend warrior, and exploring the many breweries Oregon has to offer.


Rachel Carson, PT, DPT, CSCS

Rachel is originally from White Oak, Texas- a small town east of Dallas. She graduated from Baylor University with her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology in 2014. At Baylor, she spent 4 years working as a student manager for one of the best women’s basketball programs in the country and was a part of their national championship team in 2012. She then went on to Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas where she graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in December of 2016. She moved to Oregon shortly thereafter and since has been practicing in the general sports and orthopedics setting. 
Rachel has always had a passion for sports and grew up playing almost all sports before narrowing down her interest to basketball, softball, and track/field in high school. Her passion for sports as well as her interest in science and the human body drove her towards pursuing a career in physical therapy and now towards sports rehab specialization. She enjoys working with patients of all sports and ages, but especially enjoys working with basketball players and youth and high school athletes. She also takes a particular interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation of the female athlete and is highly motivated and encouraged by other females overcoming adversity and succeeding in the area of sport. Since moving to Oregon, Rachel has greatly enjoyed exploring the Pacific Northwest with hiking, backpacking, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and camping. She also continues to enjoy playing sports recreationally, attending sporting events and concerts, and traveling.