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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  • All Female Care Pathway Available

    The London Orthopaedic Clinic is proud to be able to offer a unique all female care pathway for female patients. From initial consultation to imaging to nursing care, every step of your treatment can be accommodated for. The team includes: Miss Catina Bernardis, Consultant Hand Surgeon Miss Ros Miller, Consultant Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Surgeon […]

  • How to Avoid Sore Feet this Ski Season

    Miss Ros Miller, Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon at The London Orthopaedic Clinic shares her top tips: Take your time: You may be in a rush to hit the slopes, but ski boots are the most important component of your ski kit so it’s worth spending a little more time in the ski shop […]

  • Rugby Injuries: An Unfolding Epidemic?

    We’re almost at the end of the pool games and over half way way through the 6 week rugby-fest that happens every 4 years known as the Rugby World Cup. Whilst thoroughly enjoying the regular rugby both live and on television; there seems to be a remarkably high number of injuries. This begs the following […]