Dr. Emilie Rogg, MD was born and raised in Connecticut. The mountains brought her and her family to Colorado in 2010. She has a husband and three beautiful boys that keep her busy. She also enjoys skiing and bicycling.
Dr. Rogg decided that she was going to be doctor at the age of nine. She never wavered from that path. After high school, she pursued undergraduate studies in Biomedical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, which included a year at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. Dr. Rogg earned her Doctorate of Medicine in 1996 from the University of Connecticut. As she was passionate about treating the entire person and not just a single organ system, she chose a residency in Family Medicine. She completed her residency in Ventura, California and became Board Certified in Family Medicine in 1999.
Dr. Rogg’s medical work includes maternal health research in rural Haiti during medical school, many years working in emergency departments in California and rural Colorado, volunteering in rural India, and doing family medicine in Oregon including care of hospitalized patients. She has worked in an urgent care setting close to home since 2012.
Having observed the medical system from varying perspectives, Dr. Rogg became convinced that the medical profession needs to approach patient care from a different direction. She began researching and training in other therapies, including stem cell therapy and bioidentical hormone therapy—as viable, less invasive, more proactive, treatment avenues.
It is with this wide-ranging background that she decided to join Dr. Melanie Baughn, DO at Three Aspens Regenerative Medicine. She is privileged to be part of the Three Aspens team, and hopes that she and Three Aspens will be able to help patients significantly improve their health and improve their lives.