Effective December 20, the Orthopedic Spine Center has moved to 23550 Hawthorne
Blvd., Suite 120, Torrance.
Dr. Rogers first earned a master's degree in physical therapy before
completing her medical degree and becoming a spine surgeon. Having both
degrees provides her with an in-depth perspective that is rare among spine
doctors. Because of it, she has the unique ability to determine whether
non-surgical options or minimally invasive spine surgery may be the best
treatment for each patient. "My patients appreciate the extra care
and skill they get from having a physical therapist and surgeon in one,"
she points out. "They understand that I have an edge in diagnosis
and treatment because of my strong physical therapy background, and vice-versa."
This combination and her unrivaled surgical skills make her the South
Bay's leading spine specialist. Getting to know her patients makes
her days priceless, she says. "I get to help people of all ages and
give them a new chance at a much better life."
As an All-American basketball player for the University of Utah, Dr. Rogers
sustained a back injury that led her toward a career in physical therapy,
then medicine. A lifelong athlete, she naturally developed a passion for
restoring people to health and helping them get back to doing what they
love. Her physical therapy education, medical education, and spine specialist
fellowship led her to the South Bay, where she also discovered some local
passions, surfing and boating.
Dr. Rogers chose to practice spine surgery at Torrance Memorial Physician
Network because she admired how committed the doctors here are to patients'
total health. "It's the best place to go if you want a comprehensive
solution to your orthopedic problem," she says. "And it's
in the South Bay—convenient, beautiful, and with the best people
For patients needing to page Dr. Rogers about an urgent matter after regular
business hours, please call