J.D. Miller, M.D., RhMSUS

Medical Reviewer

Jonathan Miller is a Rheumatologist in a private Rheumatology practice in Maryland. He received his medical degree from St. George’s University in Grenada, following his love for the Carribbean. He then returned to the greater New York City area to complete his Internal Medicine training at Morristown Medical Center, followed by Rheumatology Fellowship at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. During his training in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology, he published several articles about complex inflammatory conditions and autoimmune diseases. Since beginning a new chapter in the private practice setting, Dr. Miller is partaking in several active studies within his group and is always eager to educate patients about the powerful effects of leading a healthy, balanced lifestyle. He is also an advocate for complementary medicine modalities, particularly with regards to nutrition-based healing and mindfulness.

Latest by J.D. Miller, M.D., RhMSUS

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Managing Flares

8 Steps to Calming an RA Flare

You might not always be able to prevent a rheumatoid arthritis flare-up, but with these pain-relieving tips at the ready, you can at least show it who's boss.

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9 Ways to Treat Psoriatic Arthritis

Cosentyx, Taltz, Otezla, oh my! Here's how to navigate finding the best treatment option for you.

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Psoriatic Arthritis: Need a Treatment Change?

There are too many treatment options to settle for one that’s not working. Watch for these red flags that suggest it’s time to talk to your doctor about switching things up.

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How Doctors Diagnose Rheumatoid Arthritis

Do you suspect you might have rheumatoid arthritis? These are the signs that your physician will look for to diagnose or rule out the condition.

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Living With

Finding Emotional Health With Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic arthritis can create a range of emotions that are a necessary and important part of our survival.

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10 Surprising Ways Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Affect Your Eyes—And How To Treat 'Em

RA can do a number on your eyes as much as your joints. We bring the most common symptoms and treatments into focus.

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Living With

When You’re Struggling To Get Your Zzzs With PsA

Writer Tracy Davenport shares the strategies she’s used to get a better night’s sleep with psoriatic arthritis.

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Living With

RA Hacks for Household Chores

A day of decluttering can lead to pain and fatigue if you have RA. Use these tips to make household duties less likely to end in a flare.

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Living With

Good Morning, Stiff Joints! Let’s Have a Better Day

A good night’s sleep is great for your RA, but that long period of inactivity can mean waking with stiff, sluggish-to-move joints. Try these tricks for easing morning stiffness, giving you a jump start to your day.

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What to Eat to Keep Rheumatoid Arthritis in Check

There's no easy food fix for RA (wouldn't that be nice?), but there are ways you can eat to lessen the impact of your symptoms. Here's how to fuel yourself right to stay one step ahead of this disease.