Casey Rogers is a 2009 and 2012 alumnus with an associate degree in radiology sciences and a bachelor’s degree in biology. He also received two additional degrees, a Doctor of Chiropractic from Keiser University in 2019 and a Master of Public Health from the University of Vermont in 2021.
While Casey was a student at Gannon, he participated in Club Hockey and enjoyed volunteering during GIVE Day. He has fond memories of his time at Gannon and says his absolute favorite memory is meeting his future (now) wife Courtney (McGraw) Rogers ’12 in their public speaking course.
Casey is currently serving as a chiropractor treating Veterans. He is also an advanced Fellow in Geriatrics. This work involves Casey serving as the principal investigator on randomized controlled trials, various lectures and education opportunities involving elder adults.
In addition to the incredible work Casey is performing in his field, he has also received several awards throughout his career. Casey has received the Academic Excellence Award, Professional Development, Research and Development awards from Keiser University College of Chiropractic Medicine, Standard Process SACA Scholarship and Member of the Year awards from the Student American Chiropractic Association.
When Casey finds a moment for himself, he enjoys all the wonders the outdoors life has to offer. He enjoys fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, and paddle boarding. Casey likes to remain active both in his professional and personal life.
His advice for those who are attending school or thinking about it is to “never give up on working towards your dreams and always take time for your own mental health to be your best self.”
Casey attributes his success and where he is today to the radiologic sciences program. He says the program was phenomenal and really helped to shape him both in a personal and professional manner.