Jim Miller PT, DC, ECS
Physical Therapist & Chiropractor
ABPTS Board Certified Specialist in Clinical Electrophysiology

Dr. Miller’s Educational Background:


Dr. Miller earned his Bachelors degree from Pacific Union College in physical education with emphasis in commercial fitness and recreational management in 1992. In 1993, he completed his physical therapy assistant degree at Loma Linda University. He then received his Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy in 1997 from the Hogeschool/fontys physical therapy program located in Eindhoven the Netherlands.


Dr. Miller furthered his academic goals by obtaining his Masters and Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University from 2000-2002, and earned a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic from Southern California University and Health Sciences in April of 2005.


Dr. Miller’s Professional Experience:


Dr. Miller has a diverse background in the fields of manual medicine, physical therapy and chiropractic. He believes in keeping up to date with the best scientifically based treatments and is committed to implementing them into his practice.


Dr. Miller’s training and experience in manual therapy is diverse and includes multiple techniques that can only be credited to studying continuing education in two disciplines as unique and complimentary as physical therapy and chiropractic. Furthermore, he has had the privilege of mentoring under specialists in both fields.


You can contact Jim directly at ACPT@att.net.


Kay Miller PT, MPT
Physical Therapist

Kay Miller’s Educational Background:


Kay Miller, M.P.T, earned her Masters degree in physical therapy at Loma Linda University in 2000.


Kay Miller’s Professional Experience:


Early in her career, Kay developed an interest in pediatric physical therapy. She initially gained pediatric experience through California Children’s Services. In 2003 she started her own pediatric physical therapy business and established contracts with Los Angeles County.


For the past fifteen years Kay has enjoyed working with adults in various outpatient orthopedic facilities. She enthusiastically looks forward to connecting and guiding each and every one of her patients through their rehabilitation program.


She has taken continuing education on the topics of neuro-development, McKenzie orthopedic interventions and myofascial release techniques etc. In addition she is bilingual in English/Spanish translation.


You can contact Kay directly at ACPT@att.net.