Kingston’s Miller earns chiropratic doctorate

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Kingston native Jude Miller graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree last month from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis.

He is the son of Barbara and Harry Miller.

Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in health and human performance with a concentration in exercise science from the University of Tennessee at Martin and a bachelor’s degree in life sciences from Logan College of Chiropractic.

He is presently finishing his master’s degree in sports science and sports rehabilitation at Logan College.

Miller completed more than 5,000 hours of training while pursuing his doctorate degree.

He has also received clinical training at Montgomery Health Center, Biofreeze  Sports and Rehabilitation Center, and VA Medical Centers in St. Louis.

While training, Miller provided chiropractic care for multiple athletic programs at the University of Missouri, Lindenwood University and Missouri Baptist University.

He served as a functional strength and conditioning coach for Missouri Baptist University’s men’s and women’s wrestling teams.

Miller also served as on-field medical coverage for a number of sporting events, including the 2011 Tennessee state rugby championships, St. Louis Youth Soccer Association and St. Louis track and field events.

Miller also provided chiropractic care for U.S. veterans. While at the VA, he served in the spinal cord injury department, where he was part of both the Chiropractic Clinic as well as the Interdisciplinary Pain Management Clinic.

He also participated in clinic and surgery rounds in neurology, interventional pain management, orthopedics, general surgery, vascular surgery, radiology, interventional radiology and wound management.

Miller said he is looking forward to moving back to Kingston, where he plans on opening an interdisciplinary health care office.  

His interests include integrative medicine, complementary and alternative medicine, neuromusculoskeletal aliments, rehabilitation, nutrition, the mind body connection, and sports medicine.