Miss Angie Logan

Miss Angie Logan

Research Fellow

School of Health Professions (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)


Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow [2016-2019]
Funded by the National Institute for Health Research I am undertaking a three year Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship.  My research study: A randomised controlled feasibility study to investigate the effects of a functional standing frame programme versus usual physiotherapy in people with severe sub-acute stroke on function, quality of life and neuromuscular impairment.  I am also undertaking a systematic view: The effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions to treat orthostatic hypotension in the elderly and people with a neurological condition.

I continue to work clinically, working across the whole of the stroke pathway.  Currently I am working in the community working with people with complex and long-term conditions such as stroke, MS and Parkinson's disease.  Currently I am training to become an non-medical prescriber which will enable me to meet both the physical and pharmacological needs of patients.

Specialist Physiotherapist in Stroke Rehabilitation
In a 21-bedded inpatient sub-acute setting in Cornwall [August 2009 to March 2016
Undertaking specialist assessments, implementing specialist interventions/management plans , monitoring and evaluation using outcome measures, patient-centred goal-setting, inter-disciplinary working, promoting 24 hour theraputic approach and holistic management and facilitating long-term self-management.  Using Bobath approach and movement science as appropriate, and adjuncts such as electrical stimulation (micro stim and FES), pilates (APPI trained), soft tissue release, swiss ball, orthotics/splints, post-botox management.  Supervising and developing band 5 physiotherapists and support staff.  Organising, contributing to and attending to inservice training.  Service development.  

Specialist Physiotherapist in Early Supported Discharge Team
Community Stroke Rehabilitation Team, Portsmouth  Hospitals [January 2009 to August 2009]

Rotational band 5 physiotherapist
Portsmouth Hospitals Trust [September 2007 to August 2009]
Rotations: musculoskeletal outpatients, respiratory (vascular surgery including amputee rehab), community rehabilitation,  under 65 neurological outpatients and participating on the on-call and weekend rota for respiratory patients .


BSc (Hons). Physiotherapy 2004-2007 - First Class Honours
MSc Neurological Rehabilitation 2010-2013 - 2:1 

Professional membership

Uptodate membership of:

  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Interested in Neurology (ACPIN South West)