Jamie A’s Testimonial about his right BHR 5/19/14 with Dr. Rogerson.
Was standing on my good leg, operated leg was at about a 90 degree angle while I
put some cream on my knee. Probably bent forward and flexed my hip a bit, the
operated side knee rotated in and I started to fall. Tried to push with the
operated leg to right myself, NO STRENGTH. I collapsed and fell back, noticing a
strange friction in the hip joint after landing on my butt.
Called my surgeon’s office and they got me in right away. They took x-rays. Dr.
Rogerson said I apparently partially dislocated the hip and it re-located when … Read the rest “Peg – My Partial Dislocation – Am still in Shock!”
Scott Tinley was one of the most prolific triathletes of all time, competing in and winning hundreds of triathlons all over the globe. Scott has been suffering through hip problems for a number of years and recently decided to have his hip resurfaced on Thursday, December 13th in Wisconsin with Dr. Rogerson
The Hip Chronicles Part 1 Monday 12/10I am preparing to have my body cut; to have tools and lights and fingernails and foreign things cross my somatic
RBHR March 20, 2008 Dr. Rogerson
I just had my right hip resurfaced by Dr. Rogerson 3/20/08. You cannot do any better than Dr. Rogerson’s surgical skills and the comprehensive program (including rehab) he has set up.
Was in the hospital for 2 days (standard), then discharged to go directly to arranged rehab. My husband drove me about 1 mile to Meriter Heights (a retirement & rehab complex in downtown Madison). We checked into a 1 bedrm apt – 3 or 4 diamond by AAA rating standards – but with grab bars in bathroom, cold packs in the freezer, etc.
|Thursday, February 14, 2008 at 11:46PM
After all the hoopla, travel and what seemed like waiting longer than a full-term pregnancy, surgery is over. I am officially a Bionic Woman. I was scheduled first up at 7:30 on Valentine’s Day, what a way to get that little sparkly something. We’d scheduled a cab for 5:20, since the forecast was for snow (again) and apparently cab drivers in Wisconsin still find it to be a surprise in winter. Of course, they were not on time which raised the anxiety level tremendously. After several phone calls and increasing blood pressure, the cab
I had my right hip resurfaced by Dr. Rogerson on 12/6/07 and have the left scheduled for 2/18/08.
I was thoroughly satisfied with Dr. Rogerson and his team from beginning to end.
Dr. Rogerson is a great surgeon and a very nice man. I immediately felt confident in his abilities after I met him. He and his PA (JoAnna) were exceptionally thorough in their explanation of the procedure and in answering my questions. The office staff is also extremely efficient, friendly and very easy to work with. His office also has you tour the Meriter Rehab facility where you are
The femoral head shell Onlay is a hip resurfacing of the latest generation. It is manufactured by ESKA Implants. The minimal invasive implant permits an unique bone- preserving surgical procedure.For the Pure Resurfacing the femoral head only gets modified the surface with a broach, before it gets crowned with the Pure Resurfacing Onlay. The bone substance remains completely unaffected and the further wear of the joint is haltered. This is ideal also for younger patients who want to be back into active life very soon. There are many advantages of the Pure Resurfacing Onlay for the patient as
Laura R. was finally able to cross off a goal on her bucket list. Following a right hip resurfacing there was finally no pain holding her back!
“I had my right hip resurfaced by Dr. Rogerson in July 2010. Last fall, October 2014, I hiked with my husband from the north rim to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. 24 miles in 2 days. It was #1 on my bucket list. Thanks Dr. Rogerson and team for making this possible!” -Laura R.
Gary traveled from Vancouver WA. to have his hip resurfaced by the best. He couldn’t be happier with his decision!
"Gary here; day 1 on the road. 11 mile ride 7 weeks post surgery and felt great!"
… Read the rest “Gary A’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rogerson 2015”