Birmingham Hip Resurfacing
Dr. Rogerson’s Present and Future Practice Plans:
I want to take this opportunity to clarify our present situation and future plans...
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As of November 11th, 2013 all of Dr. Rogerson's surgical cases will now be performed at Stoughton Hospital as he no longer holds privileges at Meriter Hospital. Since January 2013, Dr. Rogerson has been performing arthroscopic shoulder, hip, and knee surgery at Stoughton Hospital and he is now pleased to be performing hip resurfacing there as well. Patients will still undergo "HipHab" (rehab) following hip resurfacing at Capitol Lakes in Madison. Please visit www.stoughtonhospital.com
for more information about this impressive hospital as well as watch this video
about both the hospital and community of Stoughton. Dr. Rogerson is excited about this expansion of his surgical practice to a surrounding Madison community.Our Madison clinic remains open and we also have a Stoughton clinic once weekly. If you are interested in setting up an appointment in either clinic, please call our Madison office at (608) 231-3410
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Beginning January 1, 2014, we are no longer part of the Physicians Plus provider network (except for individuals with health insurance provided by Stoughton Hospital, Stoughton School District, and the State of Wisconsin). Other Physicians Plus members desiring care with us including clinic appointments, x-rays, and surgery, may ask their physician to submit a prior authorization request to Physicians Plus. Clinical staff at Physicians Plus review these requests and may approve covered care by us if services are not available from other Physicians Plus network providers, or there is a special medical need. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Physicians Plus at (608) 282-8900, press #1 for member service and #5 to reach a customer representative.
There has been a lot of recent bad publicity regarding metal-on-metal hip bearing surfaces due to the recall of the Depuy ASR and Zimmer Durom prosthesis. Click here
to read Dr. Rogerson's thoughts about metal-on-metal hip bearings as well as a letter from Smith and Nephew (the company that produces the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing product that we use).
Post-operative complications including infection following total joint replacements are clearly more common in patients with obesity and diabetes.Please click this link to learn more