Dr Ralph Rogers obtained a degree in Psychology at the University of Delaware, where he was a top college lacrosse player. He then travelled to the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium where he completed his medical training, after which he returned to the USA to undertake a doctorate in Exercise Physiology at the University of Maryland. He was also awarded research Fellowship from the National Institute of Health. Currently Dr Rogers is based at The London Sports Injury Clinic, 108 Harley Street.
Dr Rogers then established a thriving private medical practice in Birmingham, England, after which he researched “Organisational Networking in Sports Medical Services in English Professional Football” at the University of Leicester, where he obtained a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA).
A former athlete, Dr Rogers holds many prestigious posts and sits on National Advisory Boards. He understands the needs of athletes who demand the latest Human Performance techniques, nutrition and sports rehabilitation.
As a former First Team Doctor at Chelsea Football Club, Dr Rogers offers unprecedented care to all, from professional, elite athletes to amateur sports men and women, and to the general public.
Dr Rogers is the European Medical Adviser to the National Basketball Association (NBA).
With the new and innovative Coolief Cooled Radiofrequency (CRF) treatment Dr Ralph Rogers can target your pain more precisely than ever before and ensure that you are still able to do everything that you want to do.