About Dr. Miller

David W. Miller Sr., MD
Board-Certified, Fellowship-Trained Orthopaedic Surgeon

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Georgetown University 09/01/1982 – 05/01/1984 M.S.

Medical School
Georgetown University 09/01/1984 – 05/01/1988

Tripler Army Medical Center 07/01/1988 – 06/30/1989
Honolulu, HI – Surgery

Walter Reed Army Medical Center 07/01/1992 – 06/30/1997
Orthopaedic Surgery

Queens Medical Center 04/01/1996 – 06/30/1996
Nottingham, England Trauma

Dr. David Miller’s Background

A native of Hopewell, Virginia, Dr. David Miller graduated from Hopewell High School and attended the University of Richmond, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. After college, he attended Georgetown University and received a Master in Science in Human Physiology.

Dr. Miller then accepted an Army scholarship, attending The Georgetown School of Medicine before heading to Hawaii to do his Internship at Tripler Army Medical Center.

He returned to Washington, DC to do his Orthopeadic Surgery Residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he was the Chief of the Adult Reconstructive Service. Dr. Miller then completed a Fellowship at Queens Medical Center in Nottingham, England. In 1999, he returned to Richmond, Virginia as partner at West End Orthopaedic Clinic, now OrthoVirginia, where he is the current Board President.

Dr. Miller was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Virginia National Guard and a decorated Army veteran and was awarded the Bronze Star and Air Medal for his service as a flight surgeon during Operation Desert Storm. He has dedicated his career, both civilian and military, to providing expert orthopaedic care.

Dr. David Miller specializes in hip replacement and knee replacement, including Direct Anterior Hip Replacement, the Get Around Knee Replacement, Custom Fit Knee Replacement, Partial Knee Replacement, and Revision Joint Surgery.

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