Treatments provided by Ralph Rogers

Dr Ralph Rogers provides soft tissue injury, performing arts medicine, ultrasound imaging diagnosis and therapeutic injections.

Initial consultation: £250

Follow-up consultation: £180

Dr Rogers offers the following treatments:

  • Diagnostic ultrasound: £250
  • Lipogems treatment x 1 joint: £5,400
  • Lipogems treatment x 2 joints: £6,400
  • PRP injection - per injection: £1,200
  • Image guided injection - per injection: £900
  • ESWT (Shockwave) - per session: £470
  • A2M X 1 joint: £3,250
  • A2M x 2 joints: £1,200
  • Facet joint injection under ultrasound (up to 2 joints): £1,200
  • Facet joint injection under ultrasound (up to 4 joints): £1,400
  • Compartment pressure testing: £1,420
  • Trigger point injection (without ultrasound): £480
  • Aspiration under ultrasound: £770
  • CooledRF 1 Joint: £2,800
  • CooledRF 2 to 3 Joints: £5,320
  • PulsedRF 1 area: £1,400
  • TeleMedics Consultation: £150
  • Modified Myers Plus: £300
  • Immuno Booster (B Complex included): £350
  • Fat Burner Plus (B Complex included): £350
  • Skin Brightening: £250
  • ATP Energizer: £400
  • Amino Muscle Plus (B Complex included): £350
  • Performance Booster Plus: £400
  • Advanced ATP (B Complex included): £400
  • Health Boost Plus (B Complex included): £350
  • Additional Gluthione (except SB): £50
  • Additional Vit C (Except SB): £50
  • Additional IM/IV Vit B12: £75
  • Additional B Complex: £75
  • Erobic Fitness Assessment: £375
  • Lactate Threshold Assessment: £290
  • Substrate Utilitisation and Energy Expenditure Assessment: £410
  • Maximal Oxygen Uptake (VO2max): £250
  • Resting Metabolic Rate & Body Composition Assessment: £420
  • Resting Metabolic Rate & Energy Expenditure + Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism during Exercise Assessment: £460

Treatments, operations and tests

Facet joints are small joints at each segment of the spine that provide stability and help guide motion. The facet joints can become painful due to arthritis of the spine, a back injury or mechanical stress to the back. A cervical (neck), thoracic (upper back) or lumbar (lower back) facet joint injection involves injecting a steroid medication, which can anesthetize the facet joints and block the pain. The pain relief from a facet joint injection is intended to help a patient better tolerate a physical therapy routine to rehabilitate his or her injury or back condition.