Mr Logan works exclusively in the private sector with clinics at the Platinum Centre of the Wellington Hospital, Prime Health in Weybridge and at Princess Margaret Hospital in Windsor. Operating sessions are at the Wellington Hospital, the Princess Margaret Hospital and at the Woking Nuffield. Theatre sessions at Woking Nuffield and weekly clinics at Prime Health Diagnostics in Weybridge.
Following graduation from Glasgow University in 1997, Martin commenced basic surgical training in London at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and allied hospitals leading to the award of Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of both England and Glasgow.
Martin then completed the England Football Association Clinical Research Fellowship in Knee Surgery at St. Mary’s Hospital in London culminating in an MD higher degree from the University of London. The title of his thesis was Analysis of the Kinematics of the Cruciate Injured Knee.
Mr. Logan specialises in all aspects of knee surgery with particular emphasis on sports injuries, arthroscopic surgery and ligament reconstruction. He was also the first person in the UK to use the MRI based Visionair patient matched instrumentation (custom fitting) system for knee replacement surgery and has lectured on this topic both nationally and internationally. He teaches and demonstrates both cadaveric courses and live theatre demonstrations to other consultants utilising the Evolution Medial Pivot Knee System.
In 2008 Mr. Logan was awarded the highly prestigious John Insall Travelling Fellowship from the American Knee Society in recognition of his contribution to knee surgery. This Fellowship involved travelling across the USA over a 5 week period to 14 major knee surgery centres to give lectures, watch surgery and learn new and different surgical techniques. Mr. Logan maintains strong links with the Insall Scott Kelly Institute in New York and fellow members of the Insall Club.
This wide experience of knee conditions and surgical techniques has enabled Mr Logan to specialise exclusively in knee surgery.