MB BCh BSc MSc MD FRCS (Orth)
Human Structural Anatomy (BSc) Cardiff University
Medicine (MB BCh) Cardiff University
Orthopaedic Medical Technology (PG Cert) Dundee University
Intercollegiate MRCS Royal College of Surgeons
Masters Degree (MSc) Health Science (Trauma and Orthopaedics) Warwick University
FRCS (Orth) Royal College of Surgeons
Doctorate of Medicine (MD) Cardiff University
Year of first medical qualification: 2007
Mr Andrew Miller is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon with a specialist interest in Hip and Knee Surgery. He has undertaken the prestigious Bristol Advanced Hip Fellowship (Bristol, UK) and was nationally selected as the TIG Major Trauma fellow to work alongside the Queen Elizabeth Hospital military (Birmingham, UK).
He was also honoured to be selected as the OTA Traveling fellow to work in Tampa (Florida, USA) where he worked alongside leading American trauma surgeons and trained in robotic joint replacement surgery.
British Medical Association
Royal College of Surgeons of England
British Orthopaedic Association
British Hip Society
Andrew is a keen sportsman who played rugby for Worcester RFC and represented England at junior levels. He was part of a boat that won the Nottingham national rowing championships and more recently was selected to represent Great Britain in the 2016 European Powerlifting Championships.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon
Research and Development lead
Cardiff University Clinical Lecturer
Welsh Orthopaedic Society Media Officer
Hip and Knee Surgery
• Arthroscopic (Keyhole) Surgery
• Outpatient (home the same day)
• Partial and Total Joint Replacements
• Revision Joint Replacements
• Robotic Surgery
• Broken Bones
• Sports Injuries
• Tendon Injuries
• Hip and Knee Joint Problems
Pain Killing Injections
• In-Clinic Ultrasound-guided Injections
• Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
• Hyaluronic Acid
Mr Miller has a particular interest in Hip and Knee replacement procedures that allow patients to be discharged early and recover in their own homes. In addition to being trained in robot-assisted joint replacement in the UK and Florida, USA.
As a clinical academic he runs regular research clinics providing new injectable treatments that can be used to prevent or slow the development of early arthritis using patients own growth factors and anti-inflammatory hormones (PRP).
He also provides chondrocyte (cartilage cell) transplant procedures that can regrow areas of cartilage damage.
After receiving his doctorate from the Cardiff University Biomechanics and Bio-engineering Institute Mr Miller has published papers on the benefits of injectable biological treatments for arthritis, identified genetic targets to prevent osteoarthritis and demonstrated the advantages of partial knee replacements in all age groups.
Andrew S Miller, Rhodri Gwyn, Dhritiman Bhattacharjee, Louisa N Banks
Fibonacci's mathematical sequence predicts functional and actual length of the phalanges of the hand Journal of Nature and Science 2021, Vol 4, Issue 1, page 58.
Man WY, Miller AS, Li A, Hanna AW
The Use of Unicompartmental Knee Replacements in the Elderly
International Journal of Musculoskeletal Disorders 2018 Vol 104 p4-6
Miller A, Vazquez M, Marusza C, Poacher A, Miles J, Vaughan D, O' Doherty D, Carpenter C. Artificial vs Grass Rugby Pitches: Is there an increase in injury rate among professional rugby union players? Submitted for consideration to the British Journal of Sports Medicine
Miller A., Hodgson P., Blain E. Differential gene expression in ankle cartilage chondrocytes compared with knee: Might this explain the difference in the prevalence of osteoarthritis in these joints and identify a potential treatment target? Bone and Joint Journal: Orthopaedic Proceedings 2017 Volume 99-B, Issue SUP 21
Miller A, Enoch S, Bennett A, Marsden N, Parkinson F, Trent N, Hepburn D, Au-Yeung K, Evans T. Clinical and Procedural Skills for the MRCS Part B. 1st Edition, Doctors Academy Publications.
Grannum S, Torrie P, Miller A, Harding I. Risk factors for the development of a mobile degenerative spondylolisthesis at L4/5. Spinal Deformity 2015 Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 98–104
Shewring D, Miller A, Ghandour A. Condylar fractures of the proximal and middle phalanges. Journal of Hand Surgery (European Edition) 2015 Volume: 40 issue: 1, page(s): 51-58
Miller A, Stew B. Prevertebral soft tissue measurements following cervical trauma: How accurate are the radiological guidelines? European Spine Journal Vol. 22, Supplement 1, pp 54-78, March 2013
Miller A, Barton K, Hassn A. Nurse-led Telephone follow up after Day Case Surgery. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, Volume 8, Issue 5, May 2012, Pages e7-e8
Robinson M., Downes C., Miller A., Heffernan R. Failure of the indigenous population to attend post-operative follow-up post hip and knee joint arthroplasty.Bone and Joint Journal: Orthopaedic Proceedings Volume 94-B, Issue SUPP_XXIII01 May
Miller A, Wonnacott A, McBride J. Dengue Induced Syndrome of Inappropriate Secretion of Anti-Diuretic Hormone. Journal of Clinic Case Reports (2012) 2:109
Miller A, Hopper N, Lewis P, McLain D. Energy Drink Induced Acute Limb Ischaemia Published Abstract European Society of Vascular Surgery XXV Sept (10)106
Miller A, Wonnacott A, Ayres T, Musio P, McBride J. Clinical Presentation and Bacteriological Analysis of Fight Bite Injuries in Tropical North Queensland. Published Abstract European Cells and Materials 2011 Vol. 21. Suppl. 2:35
Stew B, Miller A, Owens D. The posterior pharyngeal wall: Are the guidelines for radiological tissue thickening appropriate? Published Abstract Clinical Anatomy 2010 23:352-362
"Thank you for saving a life - an amazing NHS Miracle”
“6 weeks out and I can’t believe it. I feel like I have my life back again.” (Post Total Hip Replacement)