J.D. Miller, M.D., RhMSUSMedical 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.
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