Jennifer Miller MD 

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Jennifer Earle Miller MD is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist focused on optimizing patient mobility and function. 

Dr Miller completed her specialty training at Harvard Medical School / Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital's residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She completed her intern year in medicine at Albany Medical Center. She is a graduate of Albany Medical College where she completed a medical doctorate with distinction in research as part of a combined program between Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Albany Medical College. She is an Alpha Omega Alpha (National Medical Honor Society) inductee. 

Dr Miller is committed to teaching. She is very proud of her involvement in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program at Albany Medical College. She oversees the teaching of ultrasound skills to resident physicians. Resident physicians rotate through her clinic throughout the year. From 2016-2022, she served as Associate Theme Leader of the Neuroscience II unit at the medical school, teaching second year medical students about the pathology of the nervous system and increasing their exposure to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as a career option. In 2022, she was appointed Disability Thread Leader, creating novel curriculum content on the care of patients with disabilities. 

Dr Miller speaks and publishes on topics within the field of rehabilitation medicine including diagnostic and therapeutic use of ultrasound, physical exam evaluation of the shoulder, ethical considerations within rehabilitation medicine, and optimizing transition of care of pediatric patients to adult care providers.


Miller, J.E. 2023. My Boston Marathon Bombing Legacy: 10 Years Caring for Amputees. Op-Med. Doximity.  Link to Doximity article. 

Miller, J.E.; Higgins; L.D., Dong, Y; Collins, J.; Bean, J.F.; Seitz, A.L.; Katz, J.; and Jain, N.  Association of Strength Measurement with Rotator Cuff Tear in Patients with Shoulder Pain: The ROW Study. AJPMR. 2015 Jun 19 

Miller, J.E.; Camacho-Soto, A.; Odonkor, C.A.; Ferker, S; and Mukherhee, D. Ethical Concerns Identified by Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents. PM R 7 (2015) 428-434.

Featured in: Resnick, L. It Takes a Team –The 2013 Boston Marathon: Preparing for and Recovering From a Mass-Casualty Event. A Special Report From The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery and the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. March 2014, p 31-41.


“Transitions: Helping the Individual with Cerebral Palsy and their Families Graduate from Pediatric to Adult Physiatric Care”             Oct 2015
Course Director and Speaker, AAPM&R Annual Assembly, Boston MA
“Osteitis Condensans Ilii and Associated Labral Tear After Pregnancy”                                                                                                             Oct 2015

Poster Presentation, AAPM&R Annual Assembly, Boston, MA                                
Keel J.C. and Earle J.L. Intra-articular injections. Principles and Practice of Pain Medicine, 3rd Edition. 2016.

Earle, J.L; Siddiqui, I.J.; Rainville, J. and Keel, J.C. Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis. Frontera’s Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 3rd Edition. 2014.