About Dr. Darla L. Logan, NMD, FABNE


Dr. Darla L. Logan is an accomplished Naturopathic Medical Doctor and Board Certified Naturopathic Endocrinologist and has been serving patients in the valley since 2013.


As a physician, her objective is to discover and treat the root cause of disease rather than simply applying a band-aid solution. In doing so, Dr. Logan helps to restore and transform the quality of life of thousands of patients every year.

After earning a Master of Business Administration (Finance) and Bachelor of Business Administration (Business Computer Systems) from New Mexico State University, she spent fourteen years in a successful career in Information Technology.

Dr. Logan moved into her second career and graduated as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. She then pursued post graduate work of a three-year apprenticeship in Regenerative Medicine – the art of tapping into the body’s natural healing process for non-surgical repair of joint pain and injuries. 


In 2017, she became the international best-selling author of the book Regenerative Medicine: Proven Ways to Eliminate Pain, Restore Mobility, and Repair Athletic Injuries.


In addition, Dr. Logan is a Fellow to the American Board of Naturopathic Endocrinology (FABNE) and is a specialist in optimizing hormone systems using naturopathic modalities and bio-identical hormone replacement (bHRT) for men and women. 

She approaches each of her patients with the time, energy, and absolute care they deserve. Dr. Logan genuinely listens to what her patients are saying and makes sure that she fully understands the ‘whole picture’ before she moves forward. Knowing that there is no such thing as a ‘one-size-fits-all-model’, she draws upon her deep knowledge and understanding of natural therapies and modern medicine to formulate solutions.


Dr. Logan offers options for treatment that many people don’t realize exist and feels honored to have the opportunity to help, learn from, and influence people daily by teaching them how to improve the quality of their life while changing the quality of their health.

When she is not helping others to live well, Dr. Logan can be found taking part in CrossFit training, traveling, and eating tacos. Her guilty pleasure though, is playing with her rescue dog, Luci.