|Mr Piet Rogers|
Ph: (08) 9389 3850
Fax: (08) 9389 3851
Mr Rogers was born and raised in the South-West if Western Australia and completed his medical training at the University of Western Australia. From early in his medical training he had a focus on orthopaedics completing an elective with Perth based Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Peter Annear whilst undertaking his medical degree.
Following completion of his orthopaedic training, Mr Rogers worked both privately and publicly in Bunbury, WA, before undertaking further orthopaedic training in Brisbane, QLD. He completed a fellowship in primary and revision arthroplasty and robotic surgery under the expert tutelage of Professor Ross Crawford at Prince Charles Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospital Northside before completing fellowship training in pelvic and acetabular trauma under Mr Rohan Brunello and Mr Jerry Van Der Pol at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
Mr Rogers subsequently moved to Canberra ACT, where he undertook training with world-renowned surgeon, Professor Paul Smith, in complex hip and knee primary and revision arthroplasty in addition to pelvic and acetabular trauma. During his time in Canberra, Mr Rogers worked with Mr Al Burns, Head of the Hip Preservation Society Australia, training in hip arthroscopy and procedures for preservation of the hip joint. He additionally undertook further learning in direct anterior approach (DAA) total hip replacement from Mr Gawel Kusisiewicz.
After the completion of his extensive fellowship training, Mr Rogers returned to Perth where he joined the team at Hollywood Orthopaedic Group in addition to positions at Fiona Stanley Hospital and Fremantle Hospital.
Mr Rogers’ special interests include surgery of the hip and knee, shoulder and trauma surgery. He has a keen focus on complex primary and revision hip and knee joint replacements in addition to adult lower limb and pelvic trauma. He utilises comprehensive result proven surgical techniques including robotic and minimally invasive procedures to provide cutting edge care.
Mr Rogers approaches each patient with individually tailored care and patient focussed decision making, offering both nonoperative and operative options based on patient need and lifestyle.
The rooms at Hollywood Orthopaedic Group are conveniently located and close to leading allied health services. Mr Rogers’ staff are happy to assist patients in the facilitation of imaging, investigation and review with a streamlined service for country patients. Telehealth appointments are now available to all patients on request. In addition to his private consulting and theatre at Hollywood Hospital, Mr Rogers has public appointments at Fiona Stanley Hospital and Fremantle Hospital in addition to working on a roster basis in the Pilbara with his Hollywood Orthopaedic Group colleagues.