Born and raised in Western Wash., Mr. Rogers received his Bachelor of Science in biology from Western Washington University in 1999. He attended Midwestern University in Arizona and graduated with a Master of Medical Science/physician assistant degree in 2005.
Practicing orthopedic medicine since 2005, Mr. Rogers is currently on staff through the University of Washington, offering training to physician assistant students and facilitating a four week rotation with 2-3 students annually. A major focus of his practice is helping people regain an active and healthy lifestyle after an orthopedic injury.
Mr. Rogers remains active outdoors, participating in mountain biking, paddle boarding, golfing, skiing and hiking, and has completed several triathlons. He is married with two children.