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img_4975About Dr I. Stuart Miller

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, the latter struggled to get the advice they required and an understanding of their needs. Being able to run as a relief from the everyday stresses of life and a busy job is just as important as being able to return to elite competition.

For many years I have worked with high profile 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. I am currently the Chief Medical Officer for the British Paralympic Association and have been the chief medical officer for the Paralympic team in Beijing Sochi and Rio, Summer and Winter Paralympic Games

On a local level, I work as a senior sports physician within the English Institute of Sport at the University of Bath. Until recently I was the clinical director of Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath, delivering a very successful MSc and diploma course for doctors over 10 years.

I run a sports medicine service in Bristol at the Nuffield hospital and have a longstanding connection with the NHS Musculoskeletal Medicine Service in North Somerset which I set up over 10 years ago.

The highlight of my career was as the lead sports doctor at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. It was a huge honour to be asked; a mammoth and extremely busy role but ultimately a great achievement and a joy to have been involved.London2012-5

Sport has always played a big role in my life – rugby, football, swimming, racquet sports, running and cycling have all variously filled my spare time and injuries have come along with this like everyone else!

It is reassuring to know that there is now a network in place to be able to manage sporting injuries and keep the pedals turning!

I have a deeply rewarding element to my job as the Chief Medical Officer to the British Paralympic team. I marvel at the skills and endurance these talented athletes have and experience the powerful advocacy they bring in promoting disability in the community.

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