Dr. Jason Miller has expertise in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating a wide range of pain conditions. He has years of experience incorporating ultrasound guidance to enhance interventional diagnostic value and treatment outcomes. Dr. Miller tailors treatment to each patient’s unique needs. His approach is comprehensive and multidimensional with the goals of relieving pain, restoring function and improving quality of life. Treatment is evidence-based, minimally invasive, and incorporates some of the most advanced technology and techniques in the country.
Dr. Miller completed medical school and residency in Anesthesiology at the University of California at Irvine and its Medical Center. He distinguished himself by winning local and national accolades for research on inhaled anesthetics effects on memory. He then completed a prestigious multidisciplinary fellowship in Pain Medicine at UC Davis Medical Center. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine.
After completion of his training, Dr. Miller was recruited back to UC Irvine Medical Center to serve as Director of Clinical Research in the Division of Pain Medicine. After ground-breaking work in novel bioelectrical techniques for pain control, Dr. Miller left the university in 2008 to develop these techniques further in private practice. His work has branched into Regenerative Medicine since he left the University. He continues his work on bioelectrics and regenerative therapies through current research and as a consultant for multiple commercial interests.
Membership / Organizations
- American Academy of Pain Medicine
- American Institute of Ultrasound
- American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
- American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine
- Bioelectric Currents and Nonpharmacologic Pain Modulation
- Ultrasound in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute and Chronic Pain
- Regenerative Medicine and biologic approaches for orthopedic and neuralgic issues
Perret, D.M., Kim D, Li K, Sinavsky K, Newcomb RL, Miller Jason M, Luo DZ. Application of Pulsed Radiofrequency Currents to Rat Dorsal Root Ganglia Modulates Nerve Injury–Induced Tactile AllodyniaAnesth Analg September 2011 113:610-616
HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER INFORMATION
- Jason Miller, M.D. A82629
- Medical Doctorate
- Diplomate of American Board of Pain Medicine & American Board of Anesthesiology