With the addition of Dr. Matthew Rogell to Connecticut Family Orthopedics in 2006, the group has been able to broaden its procedures for adult total joint and reconstruction of the knees, hips and shoulders. Dr. Rogell has an expertise in treating Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery. He includes in his practice the latest technology, bringing to his patients the use of stem cell and Platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapies and patient speciﬁc joint reconstruction.
He attended Emory University in Atlanta, GA, followed by two years of research at National Institute of Health (N.I.H.) in Bethesda, MD. Dr. Rogell attended the Georgetown University School of Medicine.
He then completed his surgical internship at Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD, Orthopedic Surgical Residency at the Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, NY and St. Vincent’s Hospital, NY, NY and returned to Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore to complete a Sports Medicine Fellowship.
During his years of training, Dr. Rogell was afﬁliated with the New York Rangers (NHL), the Baltimore Ravens (NFL), Baltimore Blast (MLS), Junior Olympics and various college and high school teams.
Dr. Rogell ‘s career includes working with the Danbury Militia football team, the Danbury Whalers and Titans hockey teams, Danbury Westerners baseball team and local high schools, as well as volunteering his time with our veterans through Warrior Hike.
Dr. Rogell enjoys his relationships with patients of all ages and working with families to keep them healthy, strong and active. He is a caring and well-respected Physician who holds the well-being of his patients in the highest regard.
Dr. Rogell is Board Certiﬁed in Orthopedic Surgery. A diplomat of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons (ABOS) and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS).
Dr. Rogell has always been an athlete who enjoys playing soccer, rugby and skiing.
He is an avid reader, enjoys hiking with his family and working on his 1967 Ford Mustang.
Dr. Rogell lives with his wife and two children and rescued black lab in Fairﬁeld County.