Staff Physical Therapist
Brad Logue PT, DPT, SCS, MS is a residency-trained board-certified sports physical therapist with Premier Physical Therapy and Sports Performance in Smyrna, Delaware. A native of Middletown Delaware, Brad began his education at the University of Delaware where he received his bachelor's degree in exercise science. For the year following his graduation, Brad worked as a sports performance trainer for Premier where he helped with the development and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for youth, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes. He then attended the University of Delaware where he earned his doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018.
During his graduate education, Brad earned a master's degree in anatomy and clinical health sciences through research and cadaveric dissections of the knee to investigate mechanisms of injury and structures involved with sports-related injuries. After graduation, he then participated in a year-long sports residency program at Premier's Middletown location where he received mentorship from established therapists, rounded with local Orthopedic physicians, provided medical and sideling coverage for athletic and sporting events, and gained experience with the treatment and management of athletic injuries. Brad's clinical interests include post-operative and sports-medicine rehabilitation, but he enjoys helping individuals of any age or background return to a pain-free and active lifestyle.
Brad lead an athletic lifestyle from childhood up through attending Appoquinimink high school playing soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse. He currently resides in Townsend with his girlfriend, Laicee, and is an avid Philadelphia sports fan. Brad enjoys spending his free time with friends and family, exercising, and boating in Lewes, DE during the summers.