“My goal is to simply provide the best outcome for each patient every day. I value the doctor-patient relationship and respect each patient and family member. I apply the most advanced and innovative technologies to ensure quality in all aspects of the patient’s experience.”
Dr. Edward (“Scott”) Logue is an orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in treating shoulder and knee conditions and general trauma care. He has particular expertise in treating endurance athletes. In most cases he is able to offer arthroscopy or other minimally invasive procedures, which decrease patient discomfort and speed recovery times. He also performs unicondylar knee surgery and the OATS procedure (also known as mosaicplasty). In addition, he offers Carticel knee cartilage implantation; injections with platelet-rich plasma to stimulate tissue healing; and viscosupplement injections to lubricate knee joints.
A middle-distance runner in high school and college, Dr. Logue suffered stress fractures repeatedly. The care he received for these injuries, which enabled him to keep running, prompted his interest in pursuing medicine as a career. In providing care, Dr. Logue respects the individuality and wishes of each patient. He enjoys getting to know his patients and understanding their goals in seeking treatment. He pursues conservative treatments such as injections and physical therapy as well as surgery. His goal is to return patients to their desired level of activity, whether it’s athletes returning to competition or older adults retaining functional abilities.
Dr. Logue is the team physician for the Chicago Wolves hockey team.