Dylan Rogers, DO

Board-Certified Sports Medicine Physician

  • Acute injuries such as ankle sprains, muscle strains, knee & shoulder injuries, and fractures
  • Overuse injuries such as rotator cuff and other forms of tendonitis/tendinosis, stress fractures
  • Concussion evaluation and return-to-play clearance
  • Sports physicals
  • Medical and injection therapies for osteoarthritis
  • Diagnostic and interventional point-of-care ultrasound

Dr. Dylan Rogers joins Crovetti Ortho as a Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician and is dual board-certified in Sports Medicine and Family Medicine.

His expertise lies in the diagnosis and treatment of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries. In recognizing that most such conditions can be treated without surgical intervention, he chose to pursue a non-surgical sports medicine path: working collaboratively with patients to restore their desired level of activity when surgery is not indicated.

Dr. Rogers has worked extensively with a wide variety of athletes at all levels of competition – from active sports enthusiasts and ‘weekend warriors’, to national amateurs and professional athletes. Most recently, this includes being the team physician for multiple high school teams in the Detroit-area and for NCAA Division II at Wayne State University. Additionally, he worked as an assistant team physician to multiple professional sports teams in Michigan, including the Detroit Lions, Detroit Pistons, Motor City Cruise, USFL Michigan Panthers, and Philadelphia Stars.

His education as graduate of a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at Henry Ford Health in Detroit, MI, was preceded by a residency in Family Medicine at Beaumont Health in Grosse Pointe, MI, medical school for his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree at Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific-Northwest, in Lebanon, OR, and a Bachelor of Science obtained at Oregon Institute of Technology, in Klamath Falls, OR (where he played college baseball for 4 years!). 

In returning to Las Vegas, he is enthusiastic about working with local high school athletes and giving back to the community from which he gained so much. He also continues his passion for teaching – educating medical residents and faculty about utilizing point-of-care-ultrasound at Dignity Health and teaching medical students as clinical faculty for Touro University.

A Las Vegas native born at Nellis Air Force Base to two Air Force parents, Dr. Rogers is happy to be back, planting solid roots in the valley. Following a 13-year absence from Nevada, returning to Las Vegas with his own wife (Lexi, a Dermatologist) and children (2-1/2 year old son Graham, and 4-month old daughter, Adelyn) brings him once again close to the large extended family he missed.

In their off-time, the couple enjoys spending time outside with their active son and soon-to-be active daughter. Dr. Rogers, who was an athlete in high school and college, (somehow!) manages to find time to play pick-up basketball, tennis, pickleball, and is also working on honing his golf game.