Miss Ros Miller

MBChB, BSc (Hons), FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Miss Ros Miller is an experienced, Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon and brings her expertise of minimally invasive foot surgery to the unit specialising in bunion surgery, complex deformity correction, toe and ankle replacement, Morton’s Neuroma, sports injuries and diabetic foot pathology.

Career to Date

Having studied medicine at the University of Aberdeen, Miss Miller continued her higher surgical training at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Victoria Infirmary in Glasgow where she undertook specialist training in foot and ankle surgery participating in over 1800 orthopaedic surgical procedures during this time. Ros Miller continued her training in foot and ankle arthroscopy as well as sports injuries both in the UK and prestigious centres in Europe.
In 2011, Miss Miller became the Orthopaedic Clinical lead at Hairmyers Hospital and NHS Lancashire taking referrals from all 3 major Lanarkshire hospitals for complex foot and ankle trauma and also for general trauma for Hairmyres. In 2015, Ros Miller became a part time NHS consultant in order to pursue private practice in London

Ros Miller’s specialist interests include minimally invasive foot surgery, women’s health and diabetic foot pathology.


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  • Lumbar decompression

    Lumbar decompression is a type of surgery that is used to treat nerves that have been compressed in the lower spine. The surgery is only ever recommended after all non-surgical treatments have been exhausted. If you are having non-surgical treatments for a compressed nerve in your lower back at the moment and it isn’t improving, […]

  • Tendon pain

    There are a lot of injuries and conditions that can give you tendon pain and in this article, we are going to go through some of them. If you think you have something mentioned here, do make an appointment with your GP before you start any treatment yourself as you could make the injury worse […]

  • Thumb arthritis

    There are over 100 different types of arthritis but the most common ones are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis irritates the joints and makes them swell up, while rheumatoid arthritis basically destroys the joint over time. The one that most commonly affects the thumb joint is osteoarthritis and that is the one we are going […]