Clarinda Regional Health Center (CRHC) Director of Ancillary Services Greg Jones has announced the hiring of Logan Wood ATC, LAT into a newly developed position at CRHC as an Athletic Trainer. Wood will officially begin employment Monday, June 17.
Jones says, “I’m excited to welcome Logan into our community. He has extensive training with injury prevention and injury treatment for athletes. He will be a tremendous asset for Clarinda and our surrounding communities.”
Wood is a 2012 high school graduate of Fremont- Mills who grew up Tabor. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training from Iowa State University in 2016 where he was a student athletic trainer for several college programs to include ISU women’s swimming and football teams. During his time at Iowa State he also had a summer internship with the Dallas Cowboys.
Wood later earned his Master of Science Degree in Applied Health Science and Recreational Sports Management from Northwest Missouri State University in 2018. During his time at Northwest he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for football, baseball, and women’s soccer.
Jones adds, “Logan has extensive training in tendon, labral, and ligament injury rehabilitation and recovery. He will work closely with our providers to ensure that athletes are getting the best care possible. We are thrilled to have him on staff. We look forward to him helping with our area athletes and schools.”
Wood brings experience with concussion testing, first aid, and dynamic taping techniques that will also aid local coaches in providing proper prevention and treatment techniques. He will be relocating from his current position at the University of Kansas where he has spent the past year as an intern for the Women’s Varsity and Novice Rowing programs.