Rehab Team

WHAT WILL MY REHABILITATION BE LIKE?

  • Intense and personal daily treatment provided by skilled and trained rehab staff.
  • Equipment and treatments to enhance care and speed of recovery.
  • Education and instruction on preparing to return home.


Meet the Rehab Team

Quality rehabilitation care is the main reason you would come to the Logan Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. You want an experienced, competent and caring local therapist.

This facility does not hire or contract with outside companies.

Mark Jorgensen and Ryan Anderton provide and manage the therapy you receive at Logan Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. These guys have established their private practices of rehabilitation medicare exclusively here at LNRC.

Mark Jorgensen, Physical Therapist

Mark Jorgensen

Physical Therapist

Born “Aggie Blue”, graduate of Utah State University, with years of experience. He will work you hard to get you home faster.

Ryan Anderton, Physical Therapist

Ryan Anderton

Physical Therapist

A Utah State graduate and the University of Utah School of Medicine. He makes your therapy fun and effective.

Take a Tour

Come for a tour of "our home" by calling and asking for Shane Hunsaker, Admissions Director or Dale Parker, Administrator by phone at 435-750-5501 or send a message by email.


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Services we provide:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • 24-hour skilled, quality nursing care
  • Home Health and Hospice care
  • Home medical equipment, supplies and furnishings
  • Respite (short-term stay) care
  • Fine dining, activities and all amenity services

Rehab:

Physical medicine and rehabilitation involves the management of disorders that alter the function and performance of the patient. Emphasis is placed on the optimization of function through the combined use of medications, physical modalities, physical training with therapeutic exercise, movement and activities modification, adaptive equipment and assistive device, orthotics (braces), prosthesis, and experiential training approaches.