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Dr. Rogerson

Our Practice

We Provide State of the Art, Orthopedic Care of the Hip, Shoulder and Knee:

Our care encompasses all of the non-operative treatment modalities (such as exercise, nutritional supplementation and physical therapy), minimally invasive arthroscopic outpatient surgery, and major joint resurfacing/replacement procedures.

In addition to our clinical and surgical expertise, you’ll appreciate how we treat you as a person. We care for each patient as if he or she is a family member.

First of all, we listen. Then, after a thorough exam and appropriate diagnostic studies, we make a diagnosis. We explain all of the different treatment options and make knowledgeable recommendations for your particular case. We attempt non-operative treatment modalities first and proceed with operative intervention only after all of the conservative options have been exhausted.

With our team approach, we are especially proud of our thorough patient education before, during and after surgery – accomplished with detailed written material, personal discussion and often a video/picture review of your arthroscopic procedure, if desired.

Our focus is on returning each patient to his or her previous normal activity level, whether that be in a sporting activity, work situation or just activities of daily living.

Our team employs the latest surgical advances, often accompanied by earlier and more aggressive rehabilitation programs. This allows for each patient to reach his or her fullest recovery potential as quickly as possible.

Our current orthopedic practice focus is on Birmingham hip resurfacing and shoulder arthroscopy.

Dr. Rogerson was the second U.S. orthopedic surgeon to perform the Birmingham hip resurfacing procedure after FDA approval in 2006. Our consistent operative and rehab team has had outstanding clinical results, allowing patients to return to unparalleled activity levels. Our innovative HipHab land and pool rehab program promotes a more rapid and confident post-operative recovery.

While Dr. Rogerson has previously enjoyed teaching orthopedic residents surgical techniques, the complexity of hip resurfacing and shoulder arthroscopy require that he perform the surgery himself with a dedicated surgical team.

Dr. Rogerson has been at the forefront of arthroscopic shoulder surgery throughout his practice and has been extremely active in the Arthroscopy Association of North America, having been a Master Shoulder Instructor at the Orthopedic Learning Center in Chicago on numerous occasions.

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing

Dr. Rogerson was one of the first surgeons in this country and the first in Wisconsin to provide patients who suffer hip pain the remarkable Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) technique. This alternative, which has been offered in Europe and other countries for over 15 years, won FDA approval in May 2006. It was the first FDA approved hip resurfacing system in the United States. Rather than replacing the entire hip joint, as in a total hip replacement, hip resurfacing simply shaves and caps a few centimeters of bone within the joint. Learn More...

Click here to read how well the BHR hip resurfacing system performs compared to standard total hip arthroplasty (THA).

Matt McQuillen - Left BHR January 2013 Read how well Matt is doing in a 2014 update he sent us. He is back to coaching basketball for his daughter pain-free!

Joe Burich - Bilateral hip resurfacings in 2012 and 2007 Read Joe's recent 2013 update following bilateral hip resurfacings in 2012 and 2007. He placed in the top ten at the US National Championship Arabian Horse Show this past October.

Scott Tinley - Post-op update December 2013 Previous two-time Ironman World Champion and BHR patient in December 2007. Please read Scott's satisfaction with his BHR 6 years later as he is back without restriction surfing California's waves.

Recent News

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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