Meet the Doctor
Zachariah Logan, MD
Fellowship Trained Adult Joint Reconstruction
"To take someone who has had a traumatic injury or poor quality of life due to debilitating joint disease and get them back on their feet, and fairly quickly, is immensely rewarding.” – Dr. Zachariah Logan
A native of Oklahoma City, Dr. Logan enlisted in the Army right after high school. After an initial training period in San Angelo, he was stationed in Fairbanks, Alaska as a Firefighter and EMT. The experience allowed him to return to Oklahoma and join the Stillwater Fire Department. He became increasingly interested in the medical aspects of his work, and set about getting his undergraduate degree with an eye toward medical school. When the years spent studying in the back of an ambulance or in between calls paid off, he attended medical school at the University of Oklahoma.
During medical school he chose orthopedics for the often demonstrably quick results seen with bone and joint surgeries. He completed his orthopedic surgery training at the University of Florida, where he served as a chief resident and garnered awards for his commitments to educating his peers. His subspecialty training consisted of an Adult Joint Reconstruction fellowship at the Mayo Clinic campus in Jacksonville. This year-long training allowed him to gain experience in complex primary and revision hip and knee replacements, robotic-assisted surgeries such as the MAKOplasty partial knee and total hip replacements, and joint-preserving surgeries for avascular necrosis.
Dr. Logan will be the first to tell you, that he would not have made it this far without his wife Heather and their three children. Outside of work, their numerous activities keep him busy, as he tries to carve out time to enjoy fishing, barbecuing, and occasional home-improvement projects.