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Dr I. Stuart Miller
Dip Sport Med FFSEM(UK)

I have been involved in Sport and Exercise medicine at the highest level for a number of years. I enjoy treating both elite and recreational athletes. For many years people struggled to get the advice they required and an understanding of their needs. Being able to run as a relief from the day-to-day stresses of life and a busy job is just as important as being able to return to elite competition.

I have worked with a number of sporting organisations, such as the Commonwealth Games, the England Karate Team, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), the British Paralymic Association and the English Institute of Sport. In 2008 I became the first formally recognised specialist in Sport and Exercise Medicine.

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Musculoskeletal Medicine

Dr I. Stuart Miller has many years’ experience in Musculoskeletal (MSK) Medicine; the treatment of any injuries or problems relating to the bone, muscle, ligaments, tendons or joints.

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Health Professionals

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Dr I. Stuart Miller on BBC Points West

Dr I. Stuart Miller on BBC Points West discussing his role as the head sports doctor for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. He led a multi-disciplinary team providing support and care for all the athletes at the Games.

“It’s not just elite athletes that need to be taken seriously; sport and exercise is integral to many people’s lives and needs good medical support”

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As an athlete you would think that your need for doctors was minimal. However, when you’re training really hard and putting your body through so much stress, trust me you’re going to want a doctor, and a good one!

I have been lucky enough to be treated by Stuart on quite a few occasions and let me say he is one of the best. His calm and level-headed approach to what the athlete perceives as a crisis is what is required. He involved me in all the decision-making and treatment plan and I felt empowered to make joint decisions which is so important when things are going wrong.

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