Dr. Jude Miller is a devoted father to two, a chiropractic physician and educator. He strives to lead by example with his own family being the foundation for change. Dr. Miller leads with vigor and improves lives through exercise, nutrition, and positive lifestyle choices.
e then moved to St. Louis to attend Logan University where graduated in 2009 with a BS in Life Sciences. In 2011 he graduated with a MS in Sports Science & Rehabilitation and a Doctor of Chiropractic. In 2013 through the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians he became a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, one of only about 20 in Tennessee. Currently Dr. Miller is the team chiropractic physician for Roane State Community College where he oversees and manages injuries needing conservative non-invasive treatment. He also serves as adjunct faculty for Roane State. Dr. Miller is a Certified Medical Examiner through the US Department of Transportation - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and offers DOT/CDL exams, pre-employment exams, can serve as a workman's comp. physician. On and off site drug and alcohol testing is also available.
Dr. Miller is an avid practitioner of martial arts. He has 20 years experience of both practicing and teaching martial arts. Some of the styles he has taught include: TaeKwonDo, Judo, Hapkido, and Haidong Gumdo. He has also practices Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Mauy Thai Kickboxing, Filipino Martial Arts as well as a number of other martial arts styles.
Dr. Miller's clinical training includes internships at Montgomery Health Center, Biofreeze Sports & Rehab Center, St. Louis VA Medical Centers, STAR Physical Therapy, Roane State Community College Athletics Department. Dr. Miller states that 'During my training I was privileged to treat US Veterans and athletes at multiple universities and sports programs, including the University of Missouri, Lindenwood University, Missouri Baptist University, Roane State Community College, St. Louis Youth Soccer Association, and St. Louis high schools track and field events.' He also served as a Functional Strength & Conditioning coach for the Missouri Baptist University's men and women's wrestling teams.
While at the VA Medical Center Dr. Miller was part of the Spinal Cord Injury Unit and treated patients as part of both the Chiropractic Department and the Interdisciplinary Pain Management Department. He also participated in OR and clinical rotations through the following departments: neurology, orthopedics, general surgery, radiology, vascular surgery, interventional radiology, and interventional pain management.
He has attended extensive post-doctorate training in: sports medicine, geriatrics, multidisciplinary integrative care, dry needling and nutrition.
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