At the orthopedic office of JOHN S. ROGERSON, M.D. we strongly believe in back-to-basics care – a human voice on the phone, a smile to greet you and a staff member to help you with complicated forms. We treat each patient as we would want a family member to be treated – with high quality, personalized care uncompromised by medical politics or financial incentives.
Dr. Rogerson is most of all a people person. He truly enjoys getting to know his patients and making the practice of medicine fun. His main focus in setting up his office practice has been on putting the patient first and foremost. He is committed to making sure that the changes in today’s health care environment do not undermine the quality of care he provides.
In his practice, Dr. Rogerson always pursues non-surgical treatment options first and only proceeds to operative intervention when the patient is fully educated as to the risks, gains and likely outcomes. He maintains his recognized expertise by attending, lecturing and performing surgical demonstrations at numerous national orthopaedic conferences.
To learn more about Dr. Rogerson, please visit About Dr. Rogerson section of this Web site.
Renee earned her bachelors degree in the Physician Assistant Program from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has worked in orthopaedics and with Dr. Rogerson for 21 years. Renee likes working at the clinic and enjoys getting to know each patient by finding out what works best for their individual needs.
“Patients over the years have taught me that age is only a number,” said Renee. “A good attitude is a better predictor of how well a person will do in any situation.”
Renee and her husband, Dan, have two children: Ali and Westin. She loves working in Madison and enjoys using all of the other great amenities that the city has to offer. Gardening and cooking are enjoyable to Renee but her favorite activity is being a soccer and baseball mom.
Joanna is a 2004 graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Physician Assistant Program. She received her master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2007. She enjoys working alongside her father, Dr. Rogerson, and has been since August, 2004. Joanna feels the most rewarding experience working in the clinic is to see the progression of patients go from a painful life to a pain-free one. She expects advancements in hip resurfacing to be the new wave of the future!
Joanna takes pleasure in spending time at home on Lake Waubesa with her husband Luke, and her children Max and Lexi. Her most enjoyable outdoor activities are waterskiing, and spending time on the pontoon boat with friends.
Janel is a registered Radiologic Technologist and received her associate degree from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in 1982. She has worked with Dr. Rogerson for the past 25 years, and has been a radiologic technologist for 28 years. She is a master at taking complex X-ray views. When not taking x-rays, Janel functions in other office roles. She currently enters daily and surgical charges and helps to answer patients’ questions regarding their bill. Janel and her husband, Jeff, have three children, Jennifer, Justin, and Jordan. Outside of work, Janel enjoys camping, traveling, kickboxing, knitting and photography.
Theresa joined our office in 2009 bringing 24 years of medical office experience in a variety of medical fields. She schedules all surgical cases and other imaging tests such as MRI’s CT scans etc. as needed. She will help you with all of your direct patient care needs during your visit.
Theresa has four children, Amanda, Jimmy, Thomas, and Christopher and three grandchildren. Besides enjoying time with her grandchildren, she loves nature and the outdoors. She manages a hobby farm with animals including a friendly rooster and beautiful colorful peacocks.