Miss Angie Logan

Miss Angie Logan

Research Fellow

School of Health Professions (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and 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 is entitled: A randomised controlled feasibility trial 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 in Cornwall. This involves working in acute, sub-acute and community settings.  In April 2017 I qualified as an Independent Prescriber following an intensive six months training course with University of the West of England.  This valuable training enables me to provide holistic care to my patients by assessing and managing both their physical and pharmacological needs.

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 Functional Electrical Stimulation), 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 in-service 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)

Key publications are highlighted

Ofori J, Freeman J, Logan A, Rapson R, Zajieck J, Hobart J & Marsden J 2016 'An investigation of commonly prescribed stretches of the ankle plantarflexors in people with Multiple Sclerosis' Clinical Biomechanics 37, (August) 22-26 , DOI PEARL
Conference Papers
Marsden J, Ofori J, Logan A, Rapson R & Freeman J 2015 'Factors influencing the applied torque during manually applied plantarflexor stretches in people with multiple sclerosis' 500-500
Marsden J, Ofori J, Rapson R, Logan A & Freeman J 2015 'The effect of applied torques during stretching on plantarflexor hypertonia and range of motion in people with multiple sclerosis' 500-500