Dr Rogers trained at Tygerberg Hospital. This is the second largest government hospital in the country and services a drainage area in the Western Cape with a population over 2.6 million people. It is home to one of the busiest trauma and orthopaedic units in the country, and offers exemplary orthopaedic trauma training.
Dr Rogers’ experience in orthopaedic trauma encompasses a range of fractures, breaks, injuries and infections to the soft tissue and bone that may occur during any form of trauma.
His expertise ranges from isolated simple injuries and fractures to more complex compound injuries requiring extensive reconstruction.
The goal is to maintain function, restore strength and enhance recovery ensuring a return to an active lifestyle, with no impediment, as soon as possible.
- Upper and lower limb bone fractures
- Motor and pedestrian vehicle accidents
- Fragility fractures in the elderly
- Nerve and tendon injuries