About BetaPT

Our Mission

At BetaPT, we understand the lifestyle of a climber. Over the last decade, we have not only treated thousands of patients, mastering the craft of manual medicine, but we have climbed in gyms and at crags around the world. We have experienced, both in ourselves and in our patients, the journey of climbing from training, to injury, to rehab, and ultimately to success. Our job is to tap into and understand the way your body experiences this journey. We believe that you are more than a set of symptoms or setbacks, but rather that you are a whole person, complete with your own unique history and goals. To truly understand and help you, we believe all patient care should be one-on-one between the doctor and patient. All of your treatment and training is tailor-made to you the climber, and you the person.


Our mission is to give back to the community that has done so much for us. We do this by providing an unparalleled level of personalized physical therapy care through the use of hands-on manual physical therapy for expert rehab, injury prevention, and performance enhancement specifically for climbers. We supplement in-person care with a customized program complete with pictures, written descriptions, and videos. At BetaPT we know what it takes to help you move better, feel better, and climb better.

About Logan

Dr. J. Logan Cooper



The BetaPT! Owner and founder of BetaPT. Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (East Lansing, MI). Board certified in Orthopedics, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Certified in SFMA and FMS, Certified M.E.L.T. Hand & Foot Instructor, member of the 2012 US Paralympic Sailing Performance Enhancement Team. He is also certified by RockTape as a Rock Doc!

When Dr. Cooper is not treating climbers (or rock climbing himself), you can find him spending time with his son and two daughters or participating in one of his many other passions in life, including: competing in age group half-ironman triathlons, playing pool, performing martial arts, home-roasting coffee, and home-brewing beer.