Stuart Miller

Dip Sport Med FFSEM (UK)

Injury and Illness in triathlon: maximizing health and safety.

Stuart Miller has been a sport and exercise physician since 1994. As well as providing Sport and Exercise Medicine services at the Nuffield Hospital in Bristol, he works as a senior sport and Exercise Physician at the English Institute of Sport where he is also the national lead for Paralympic Sports and Chief medical officer to the British Paralympic Association. Until recently he was clinical director of Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath. He helped set up a musculoskeletal interface service in North Somerset and has in provided musculoskeletal services for many years.

In 2008, he became the first formally recognized specialist in Sport and Exercise medicine in the United Kingdom.

He was the lead sports physician for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and Chief Medical Officer to the Paralympics GB team at the Beijing 2008, Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and Sochi Winter Paralympics in 2014. For a number of years, he was the doctor to the England Karate team.

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He has spent many years in the sporting environment, competing or participating in a wide range of sports including: swimming, cycling, endurance walking, racket sports, karate, diving, football and rugby. As well as Sport participation he plays the Blues harmonica and guitar.
Injury and Illness in triathlon: maximizing health and safety.