Artemis Racing Head Team Physician
St. Mary’s College Head Team Physician
Dr. Chad A. Roghair is a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Specialist under the American Board of Family Medicine. A member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, and the California Medical Association, Dr. Roghair is also trained in musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound and is a Credentialed ImPACT Consultant for the management of concussions.
Dr. Roghair is also actively performing Tenex Procedures and stem cell injections for arthritis treatment of knees, shoulders, and hips. Performed at Bay Surgery Center, Stem Cell Injection uses the Arthrex Bone Marrow aspiration process in which undifferentiated stem cells are coupled with Platelet Rich Plasma in a process called regenerative medicine. Learn more about the Tenex procedure.
Recently Dr. Roghair was awarded the Sutter Medical Network “Patient’s Choice Award” as the top rated physician specialist in patient satisfaction for 2013.
Prior to moving to Northern California, he was Chief Physician of the Campus Health Center at University of California, Riverside and trained students and physicians for the UC Riverside Biomedical program and the Kaiser Permanente Family Medicine Residency Program and Sports Medicine Fellowship. Since moving to the Bay Area, Dr. Roghair has gone on to serve as the Head Team Physician for St. Mary’s College and the Student Health Sports Medicine Clinic at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as the Head Team Physician for Artemis Team Racing. Featured as a Sports Medicine Consultant for KRON 4 News and ABC’s “View from the Bay” on numerous occasions, Dr. Roghair’s experience in athletics is firsthand. The Princeton Sporting News named him the “Quarterback of the Decade” for the 1990s.
Dr. Roghair discusses Cal Sports advanced technology.
Dr. Roghair is also very active in the community, currently setting up California Sports and Orthopaedic Institute as be the official Sports Medicine Program for Bladium. He has received additional credentialing to interpret ImPACT neuro-cognitive tests, which he has implemented at regional high schools including preseason testing of all Miramonte High School football players. In addition, Dr. Roghair is now actively involved with the RunSafe program, a sports wellness program for runners focusing on personalized health advice, injury prevention, and performance enhancement.
In his free time, he enjoys coaching his daughters’ soccer teams and playing ice hockey.