Ralph Rogers

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Surgeon Category: OrthopaedicSurgeon Tags: 108 Harley Street

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  • Dr Ralph Rogers
    MD PhD MBA

    Consultant in Sports & Musculoskeletal Medicine

    Dr Ralph Rogers attended the University of Delaware, where he was a top college lacrosse player. After graduating with a degree in Psychology, he travelled to Europe where he completed medical training at the Catholic University of Leuven. Upon graduating medical school, Dr Rogers returned to the United States to attend the University of Maryland where he received a PhD in Exercise Physiology. He was also awarded research Fellowship from the National Institute of Health. After he completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Free University of Brussels.

    In his search to be the very best Dr Rogers has also gained additional diplomas and degrees, including a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). In addition he is a Fellow of the Faculties of American College of Sports Medicine, the American College of Nutrition, as well as the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine in the UK and Ireland.” and holds many prestigious posts and sits on National Advisory Boards.

    It is this desire to be at the top of his game that makes Dr Ralph such a good Consultant in Sports & Musculoskeletal Medicine. He is a former elite athlete himself so he understands the needs of athletes needing the best in Human Performance techniques, nutrition and sports rehabilitation.

    Dr Rogers is the European Medical Adviser to the National Basketball Association (NBA).

    Testimonial

    I must express my sincere thanks to Dr Ralph Rogers , whose 2 well placed administrations to my degenerative chassis, allowed me to finish mid field,amongst the 300 deranged masochists, who completed the marathon in Portugal’s Douro Valley10 days ago. Starting in 36C heat, and all off road in hills higher than Grand Canyon,and finishing in 42C was almost mission impossible. Made worse by being possibly the oldest participant at 56! I shed 2.1Kg (4.5lbs) during the mindless,shirtless, ordeal.
    AV – Patient

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