Sports Medicine Specialist
St. Mary’s College Head Team Physician
Dr. Roghair is a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Specialist under the American Board of Family Medicine. For over 10 years he has performed office based diagnostic ultrasound and minimally invasive ultrasound guided procedures. He is specialty trained for percutaneous tenotomy using both TENEX and Tenjet technology. In addition, he is an industry leader in the practice of Regenerative Medicine, performing office based Bone Marrow Stem Cell procedures (BMAC), Platelet Rich Plasma treatments (PRP), and amniotic membrane regenerative healing (dHACM/ Amniofix).
Dr. Roghair received Sutter Medical Network “Patient’s Choice Award” as the top rated physician specialist in patient satisfaction in Bay Area for 2013. He was named by San Francisco Magazine as a “Top Rated Sports Medicine Specialist” in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018. Dr. Roghair was recognized as a two-time honoree for outstanding patient care among Bay Area physicians in Specialty Care – SMN Patients’ Choice Award 2019.
Dr. Roghair is an active leader in Sports Medicine. He has served as St. Mary’s College Head Team Physician since 2005. He was acting medical director for Artemis Racing of the American Cup Racing Circuit from 2012-2017. Dr. Roghair served as team physician for University of California, Berkeley football, woman’s soccer, and woman’s basketball from 2002-2006.
Dr. Roghair is also an active medical educator. He participates in multiple physician panels relating to the discussion and appropriate clinical application of Regenerative Medicine. He has been hired by two ultrasound companies to train other physician in the use of musculoskeletal ultrasound and ultrasound guided procedures. He has been featured on MSNBC pertaining to bone marrow stem cell applications, on KRON Channel 4 News and ABC’s “View from the Bay” on multiple sports medicine topics.
Dr. Roghair’s experience in athletics is firsthand. The Princeton Sporting News named him “Quarterback of the Decade” for the 1990s.
In spare time, he travels with his wife, visits his daughters at University of Iowa and University of Colorado, Boulder, and attempts to play ice hockey.