Beautifully You – Terry Rogers

Alchemy Medspa & Wellness Center

Ensuring Care

Dedicated to high-quality patient care, Terry Rogers creates unique treatment plans for 15 to 25 patients a day. “No cookie-cutter treatment from me,” Rogers says. “Treatment plans are developed for each individual patient. The right procedure is chosen by the highest yield in information to help in diagnosing.” Having been a nurse practitioner for 15 years and a registered nurse for 15 years prior to that, Rogers is just getting his start at Alchemy MedSpa & Wellness Center, and he wants his patients to feel understood and taken care of above all else. “I want my patients taken care of like I want my children taken care of,” he says. “The most rewarding part of my profession is when a patient takes my hand, looks me in the eye, and says ‘Thank you for taking such good care of me.’”

Terry is the best. He is great at answering questions, and he respects the fact that I know my body and my health.”

My Credentials

Master’s in Nursing Degree:

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga – Chattanooga, TN


ANCC Certified

My Specialties

Family Practice


terry rogers

1. What influenced you to pursue your career?

I am a third-generation nurse. My mother and grandmother were
both nurses. There’s been a nurse in my family since World War II, and I am honored to continue on the legacy.

2. What would you consider to be your main strengths?

Listening to my patients! This allows me to empathize with them
and create the best course of action. I also enjoy sharing a laugh with my patients! 

3. What’s the key to making a great first impression?

Smile, just smile.

4. What is one of your happiest professional moments?

Acquiring my master’s and becoming a nurse practitioner. I am looking forward to putting my knowledge and certifications to use at Alchemy and helping patients with testosterone replacement therapy, erectile dysfunction, weight loss, and more.

5. What is your best advice for clients?

I am always happy to help care for patients when needed. I always recommend patients take care of themselves as well. Eat healthy foods, and go for a walk.

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