About Neurologist – Dr. David Rogers
Dr. Rogers prefers to establish a dynamic and interactive relationship with his patients.
Dr. Rogers encourages his patients to modify their lifestyles, their diets, and to have his patients educate themselves regarding their pertinent medical issues.
Obtaining and maintaining good health and well-being is a process that takes time and patience. Dr. Rogers sincerely believes that those who will invest in themselves will be rewarded.
Dr. Rogers completed medical school and his social service in Mexico, the land in which he was born. Dr. Rogers then completed a year of internal medicine training as well as a neuropsychiatric rotation through West Virginia University. Dr. Rogers then came to South Carolina and completed residency training in neurology, as well as a fellowship in chronic pain management at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
Dr. Rogers then co-founded and was the medical director of the UMA Headache Program at MUSC in 1997. In 1998, Dr. Rogers became the medical director of N.C.G.S. Laboratories in Charleston and oversaw medical research in 23 countries on 5 continents.
A Neurologist in Easley
In 2000, Dr. Rogers moved to Easley as the second full time physician hired by Oaktree Medical Center. Dr. Rogers has served as a physician in Easley since that time and he remains dedicated to continuing serving his patients in his solo private practice on Hillcrest Drive.