Dr. David Rogers, MD

Dr. David Rogers, MD

Pain Medicine  ·  
Male  ·  
Age 63
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Dr. David Rogers, MD is a pain medicine specialist in Easley, SC and has been practicing for 35 years. He graduated from Autonomous University of Tamaulipas / Faculty of Medicine in 1983 and specializes in pain medicine, headache management, and more.

115 Brushy Creek Rd

Easley, SC 29642

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Top Care Areas

See how frequently Dr. Rogers performs your care needs compared to other doctors.

Chronic Neck Pain
very high
more than 99% of peers
Low Back Pain
very high
more than 99% of peers
Back Pain
very high
more than 99% of peers

Dr. Rogers's percentages are based on the rate of treatment compared to peers nationwide from insurance data. Learn more info about our data and this Top Care Areas component.

Care Philosophy

This content was provided by Dr. Rogers "preventative medical management with emphasis on neuroprotection by minimalization of medications, dietary modification, and lifestyle changes"

5  Specialties

  • Pain Medicine
  • Acute Pain Medicine
  • Geriatric Medicine
  • Headache Management
  • Neurology

0  Board Certifications

Dr. Rogers does not have any board certifications listed.

86  Conditions Treated

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9  Procedures

Background Check

Malpractice Claims not available

Healthgrades does not collect malpractice information for South Carolina.

0 Sanctions

No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.

0 Board Actions

No board actions found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.

Education

  • Marshall University
    Undergraduate School | Graduated
  • Autonomous University of Tamaulipas / Faculty of Medicine
    Medical School | Graduated 1983
  • Medical University Of South Carolina
    Residency Hospital | Completed
  • Medical University Of South Carolina
    Fellowship Hospital | Completed

Awards & Recognition

Awards & Honors

Dr. Rogers has no awards or honors listed.

Media & Publications

Dr. Rogers has no media or publications listed.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Memberships & Professional Affiliations

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Dr. Rogers' Reviews

2.9
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Rogers to family and friends
17 total reviews (3 have comments)

Likelihood to Recommend (17)

  • 5
    (7)
  • 4
    (1)
  • 3
    (0)
  • 2
    (1)
  • 1
    (8)

Dr. Rogers' Performance

  • Trustworthiness

    GOOD
  • Explains condition(s) well

    GOOD
  • Answers questions

    GOOD
  • Time well spent

    GOOD

Office & Staff Performance

  • Scheduling

    GOOD
  • Office environment

    VERY GOOD
  • Staff friendliness

    GOOD
  • Average wait time

    16 to 30 minutes
Dr. Rogers Says:
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Dr. Rogers' philosophy and purpose regarding medical care is to generally improve the patient's state of health both physically and emotionally. 

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Patient Comments (3)

I have been his patent for a long time. My pain medicine was reduced because of a shot and they got upset with me because I did not take all my medication. I did not need the medicine. But I did need the topamax so I would not have a seizure. He want see me now. I can't get my medicine. I been...more
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I must say he was the absolute rudest, uncaring Dr I have seen. I've been thru several brain surgeries, seizures,and trauma. Once I finally feel a tad relief, I had to see him. I even told him I could NOT tolerate the med he was trying to put me on!! Yet he took my other medication and gave me the...more
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Sometimes when patients do not receive the medications they feel is best for them, they become upset. A principle duty of a doctor is to provide proper medication that will not cause harm. If there is a disagreement in the medications to be prescribed, I feel the doctor is best qualified to make the decision.

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I felt as though Dr. Rogers never really listening to what I was trying to tell him. He had his own idea of how little pain I should be having instead of listening to the truth of how much pain I was having.
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