Dr. Logan Null, like his father, grew up in Independence, Kansas raised by his loving mother, Janelle, a teacher at Independence Community College, and father, Dr. Scott Null. Interested in science from a young age, he pursued a degree in physics after graduating high school with the intention of becoming a physicist and doing research. Dr. Logan decided to switch his focus to chiropractic, but kept his passion for research and an analytical mindset.
While attending Life College of Chiropractic, Dr. Logan Null was hired by the school to tutor his fellow students. He taught subjects like algebra, organic chemistry, and physics. Dr. Logan continues privately tutoring high school and college students today because he enjoys teaching and helping students reach their full potential.
After spending time in Atlanta, Georgia gaining additional experience with upright MRI and its application to upper cervical chiropractic, Logan returned to Independence, Kansas. He is a member of the Young Professionals of Independence and a Boy Scout leader.
Dr. Logan is currently undergoing additional education in the Diplomate of Craniocervical Junction Procedures (DCCJP). This course aims to deepen understanding and further research into the effect of specific chiropractic adjustments on the head and neck. It brings together a wide variety of low force techniques aimed at correcting issues in the region without twisting or “popping” the neck.
- Bachelor of Science, Biology, Life University, Marietta, Georgia 2017
- Doctor of Chiropractic, Life University, Marietta, Georgia, 2017
- Orthospinology courses 1, 2, & Advanced
- International Chiropractic Association – Council on Upper Cervical
- Sigma Phi Epsilon Alum