Logan Walters, PT, DPT, TPI, Sports Residency Trained
Logan was born and raised in the small town of Shade Gap, in south central Pennsylvania. He received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016 from Lebanon Valley College, where he was also a member of the basketball team for two years. Following graduation, Logan worked at an outpatient clinic in Philadelphia for two years, after which he completed a Sports Residency program at Mansfield University. Logan relocated to Salem in August with his fiancé for the opportunity to work in the state-of-the-art sports rehab facility you know as The RE_ Building.
Logan’s lifelong passion for sports participation and fanhood have fueled his desire to work with an athletic population. Personal sports history includes basketball, baseball, and golf; as well as a passion for Philadelphia sports (Go Birds!). During his college career, Logan suffered a pair of ACL injuries which further led him down the path of sports rehabilitation and performance. Special interests include ACL rehabilitation and injury prevention, treatment of shoulder and elbow injuries in overhead athletes, movement conditioning and injury prevention for youth athletes, and treatment of low back pain in golfers
Logan is a TPI certified provider, which involves the use of a golf specific movement analysis to identify major limitations in mobility and motor control to promote optimal swing efficiency and injury prevention. His treatment philosophy involves empowering athletes to learn how to 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, hiking, and watching all Philadelphia team sports.
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 Geriatric 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
Rachel Carson, PT, DPT, CSCS
Kyle Davey, CSCS, 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.
Francisco Nunez- Aide
“Cisco” is a graduate of Western Oregon University, majoring in Exercise Science. He has a strong passion to learn and provide exceptional care, while he is doing so in the role of aide at The RE_Building in West Salem, serving athletes and patients alike in their efforts to achieve personal life and sport-based goals
Dominique Lee – Athletic Trainer
We are proud to host Dominique “Dom” Lee as our athletic training representative to Blanchet High School. Dom brings an impeccable level of work ethic, steadfast clinical skills, and a passion to exceed expectations. Dom graduated from George Fox University’s ATC program, and brings personal experience in many sports, being most recently a collegiate soccer player.
Mckenzie Bickle – Front Office Specialist
McKenzie Bickle is in essential part of NWR A’s healthcare team. Whether she is helping you on the phone or in person, you can expect her to “get it right“. McKenzie’s focus on accuracy allows for a clearly communicated and stress-free experience.
Andrea Meliza – Front Office Specialist
Andrea is always ready to greet you with her beautiful smile and warm hello. When Andrea is not at work she enjoys spending time with her Husband Matt and her cat Fefe. Andrea also enjoys the great outdoors and going wine tasting. You can also find Andrea snuggled up with a warm blanket watching Jersey Shore, Disney Plus or reading a good book.
Lacy Classen – Authorization Specialist
Lacy Classen makes NWRA run efficiently – with a personal touch. She possesses an exceptional attention to detail with a unique combination of a strong work ethic and a heart that cares. Lacy holds a degree as a Medical Office Specialist and, in our minds, could now write a “How-to” manual on it. She is exceptional at multitasking, has a memory capacity that we all envy, and learns systems faster than one can imagine.