California Sports & Orthopaedic Institute
Chad Roghair M.D.
Dr. Chad A. Roghair is a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Specialist under the American Board of Family Medicine. He is also trained in musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound and is a Credentialed ImPACT Consultant for the management of concussions.
Dr. Roghair served six years as Head Team Physician for St. Mary’s College and was a team physician and the Student Health Sports Medicine Clinic physician at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to moving to Northern California, he was Chief Physician of the Campus Health Center at University of California, Riverside and trained students and physicians for the UC Riverside Biomedical program and the Kaiser Permanente Family Medicine Residency Program and Sports Medicine Fellowship.
Dr. Roghair has been featured as a Sports Medicine Consultant for KRON 4 News and ABC’s “View from the Bay” on numerous occasions. The Princeton Sporting News named him the “Quarterback of the Decade” for the 1990s.
Dr. Roghair is a non-surgical specialist who evaluates and treats sports and general orthopaedic conditions. He performs musculoskeletal ultrasound as a diagnostic tool and to assist with injections including PRP and viscosupplementation. He received additional credentialing to interpret ImPACT neurocognitive tests, which he has implemented at regional high schools including preseason testing of all Miramonte High School football players.
Dr. Roghair is now involved with the RunSafe program. RunSafe is a sports wellness program for runners focusing on personalized health advice, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. Using assessment and monitoring tools, along with a trusted network of experts, RunSafe provides runners with practical advice on the best practices to help runners achieve their individual goals. RunSafe engages runners into a comprehensive system for practical behavior change and continued motivation. The program was designed with the running athlete in mind, focusing on injury prevention and biomechanical analysis. Knowing how to prevent running injuries and practicing safe training methods are the best strategies to running effectively.
Dr. Roghair is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, and the California Medical Association. In his free time, he enjoys coaching his daughters’ soccer teams and playing ice hockey.
Jon Sherwood MSPT, OCS,ATC, MA, CSCS, PES
In May of 2000, Jon returned to Northern California to join the staff of Sierra Orthopaedic and Athletic Rehabilitation, and continued to pursue advanced physical therapy education. He has completed over 50 postgraduate continuing education courses including the Folsom Year Long Orthopedic Manual Therapy, and the Grass Valley Orthopaedic Year Long Manual Therapy Program. Jon is also a certified ASTYM™ provider.
In 2006 Jon earned designation as an Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) through the American Physical Therapy Association. He has earned recognition as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES) from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. During 2004 and 2005, Jon served as Physical Therapy Program Director at California Sports and Orthopaedic Institute, Inc. in Berkeley, California. During that time, Jon developed a spinal conditioning training program for the eventual 2006 NCAA Cal Men’s Crew National Champions.
In 2006, Jon started STK Physical therapy in Sacramento, CA specializing in running and triathlon related injuries. During that time he was CEO of La Shoe Inc. a retail sports medicine and running store. While in Sacramento, Jon served as a rehabilitation consultant for California State University of Sacramento (CSUS) Tennis team, and developed training and conditioning programs for the women’s crew team.
Jon is now involved with the RunSafe program. RunSafe is a sports wellness program for runners focusing on personalized health advice, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. Using assessment and monitoring tools, along with a trusted network of experts, RunSafe provides runners with practical advice on the best practices to help runners achieve their individual goals. RunSafe engages runners into a comprehensive system for practical behavior change and continued motivation.The program was designed with the running athlete in mind, focusing on injury prevention and biomechanical analysis. Knowing how to prevent running injuries and practicing safe training methods are the best strategies to running effectively.
Currently, Jon provides rehabilitation consultations for Cal Athletics, St. Mary's College Sports Medicine Department and assists with training program development for multiple communities based training organizations, including Sac Fit Running Club and Total Intensity Sports Triathlon Club. He currently works as the rehab director for the California Sports & Orthopaedic Institute in Orinda, CA.
Jon is active in skiing, hiking, backpacking, running, road and mountain biking. He has completed multiple marathon & triathlon events, including the 'Tour of CA Elks Death Ride', the Ironman Coure d Alene 140.6, and the American River and Helen Klein 50 mile Endurance Runs. He lives with his lovely wife in Moraga, CA.
Robert Baumgarten MSPT, FAAOMPT
Bob Baumgarten’s interest in Physical Therapy was sparked by his own ACL reconstruction and successful rehabilitation in 1988. He went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific, as well as complete the Kaiser Hayward Physical Therapy Fellowship in Advanced Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, a ten month post-graduate, full-time residency.
Bob is a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapists, and has also completed the Folsom Year Long Manual Therapy Program and the Grass Valley Orthopaedic Manual Therapy program. He has completed more than forty short term courses related to orthopaedics. In addition to clinical practice, Bob has been an educator. He has taught as a Faculty Associate in the Kaiser Hayward Fellowship Program and the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Samuel Merritt College. He has been an instructor at the Grass Valley Orthopaedic Manual Program and various other post-graduate continuing education courses.
When not working at Cal Sports and Orthopaedics, you might find Bob in a sea kayak, out on his bike, off on a hike or working on staying healthy at the local YMCA. Bob is also a certified ASTYM provider, which is a system that focuses on repairing the normal soft tissues of the body (muscles, tendons, ligaments, etc.) and correcting abnormal soft tissue (scar tissue and other inappropriate fibrosis), which may interfere with movement and cause pain.