Naomi Miller, PT, DPT, CSCS, originally from Glencoe, Illinois joined the Tidewater family in June of 2015.
Miller earned her Undergraduate Degree in Health and Exercise Science from Wake Forest University. She then moved on to George Washington University where she
earned her Graduate Degree in Physical Therapy.
Miller played tennis in high school and on a club team in college. She decided to pursue physical therapy because as a teenage she found herself with multiple injuries resulting in trip to a physical therapist.
“I would look forward to appointments and have fun working with the therapists, and then it clicked that maybe I could have this as a career one day. I liked the idea of getting to spend a lot of time with patients and helping them to achieve their specific goals,” said Miller.
Before joining Tidewater Physical Therapy, Miller worked at Liberty Sports & Physical Therapy in Stafford, VA. She also previously coached a high school boys’ and girls’ tennis teams.
She likes to use a balance of exercise and manual therapy geared to positively change the issue that brought a patient to physical therapy.
Miller believes, “As a physical therapist, patient empowerment is a priority. Teaching patients about their condition and what they can do at home not only to resolve their issue, but to prevent it from coming back is a necessity.”
She enjoys treating patients of all types, and likes looking at her schedule and seeing a mix of all ages and orthopedic diagnoses.
In her spare time Miller likes to explore the greater Richmond area, trying out new restaurants, playing tennis, and working out.