Dr Ralph Rogers is a renowned consultant in sports medicine and regenerative orthopaedics, with a special interest in non-surgical orthopaedic techniques and regenerative medicine to treat chronic pain and musculoskeletal problems. He is an innovator, using cutting-edge techniques, such as alpha-2 macroglobulin (A2M) for osteoarthritis, extracorporeal shockwave therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, and lipogems.
Dr Rogers studied a degree in psychology in Delaware, US, before undertaking his medical training at the University of Leuven in Belgium. He went on to gather further qualifications from various international institutions, including a PhD in exercise physiology and an MSc for his work on PRP.
He specialises in non-surgical treatments for orthopaedic conditions, working closely with his patients to improve mobility, performance, and maintain a good quality of life free from pain. Dr Rogers tailors treatment to each patient and considers the needs and goals of each and every one.
Dr Rogers has served as team doctor and sports physician for various associations and teams, including the Warwickshire County Cricket Club and Chelsea Football Club. He has acted as Musculoskeletal Consultant for the West Midlands, Manchester, and Nottingham Police Forces, and he currently serves as the Medical Advisor to the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the US. He is currently Medical Director of The London Sports Injury Clinic, based on Harley Street.