Specialty

Pain Management

Medical School

University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa

Residency

University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri

Board Certifications

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Pain Medicine, Board Eligible Electrodiagnostic Medicine

Clinical Interests/Additional Certifications

Acupuncture

Special Procedures

Electrodiagnostic Studies - Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Studies, Radiofrequency Nerve Ablations for Spine Arthritis, Nerve Blocks, Epidural Steroid Injections, Botox Injections, Chemoneurolysis including Qutenza, Joint Injections, Bursitis Injections, Tendon Sheath Injections, Enthesitis Injections, Muscle Trigger Point Injections, and Acupuncture

Diseases and Conditions Treated

Spinal Disorders, Radiculopathy / Nerve Pain from Disc Injuries and Spinal Stenosis, Chronic Low Back and Neck Pain, Chronic Headaches, Osteoarthritis, Bursitis, Tendonitis, Repetitive use Disorders, Chronic Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Pain (upper extremity pain), Chronic Hip, Knee, Foot and Ankle Pain (lower extremity pain), Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, Entrapment Disorders, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, Myofascial (muscle) Disorders, Spasticity, Cervical Dystonia

About

"I chose to specialize in the two medical specialties of Pain Medicine and Physiatry (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) to help patients reach the best level of independence and quality of life. A Physiatrist and Pain Medicine Doctor can evaluate and give a diagnoses, manage, and treat pain from an injury, illness, or medical condition. The goal of a Pain Medicine Doctor and a Physiatrist is to help patients recover their functional wellbeing and to return to a healthy life no matter what impairment a person might have. I am board certified in both Pain Medicine and Physiatry, so I can provide my patients with integrated, multidisciplinary care aimed at recovery of the person as a whole through addressing the individual's physical, emotional, medical, vocational, and social needs. Physiatry is unique among medical specialties in that its area of expertise is the functioning of the whole patient, as compared with a focus on an organ system or systems. I can treat conditions of the bones, muscles, joints, brain and nervous system."

— Celeste Miller