Dr Stuart Miller

Ian Stuart Miller

Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant)


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About me

Stuart Miller has been a sport and exercise physician since 1994. He is currently working in the English Institute of Sport and is the Chief Medical Officer to the British Paralympic Association. Chief Medical Officer to the Paralympics GB team at the Beijing Paralympic Games in 2008, Sochi in 2014 and until recently he was clinical director of Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath.
In 2008 he became the first formally recognised specialist in Sport and Exercise medicine.
He was the lead sports physician for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and CMO to the Paralympics GB team at the Beijing Paralympic Games in 2008, Sochi Winter Paralympics in 2014 and Rio Paralympic Games in 2016.
He has been a keen participant in many sports over the years including rugby, football, racquet sports, karate, running and cycling.

Areas of interest

Sport and Exercise Medicine; Musculoskeletal Medicine; Sports injuries; Groin Pain; Lower limb disorders; Back pain; Upper limb disorders; Hip disorders; Racquet sports injuries; Neck pain; Orthopaedic medicine; Shoulder pain; Bursa Injection Ankle pain; Anterior knee pain; Buttock pain; Elbow pains; Foot pain; Football injuries; Frozen shoulder; Knee pain; Joint injection; Repetitive strain; Whiplash; Sciatica; Shin splints; Leg pain; Overuse injuries; Rugby injuries; Running injuries; Slipped disc; Stress fractures; Tendon; Tendonitis; Tendonopathy; Tennis elbow; Wrist pain; Tennis injuries; Cricket Injuries; Fencing Injuries; Running Injuries; Work related upper limb disorders; Recurrent injuries; Sports injury; Sports Medicine; Sport Medicine; Pentathlon Injuries

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