Holly Miller, PTA, NSCA-CPT
I am passionate about creating a healthier and more active community and I believe physical therapy and preventative care provides us the tools to do just that! As a runner myself I strive to keep patients moving – often times workouts can be modified and remain successful. I work closely with the physical therapists and the performance clients on devising a home workout program that meets their needs to stay active.
I have been practicing alongside Ted Kepros as a Physical Therapist Assistant for 18 years now. I feel very fortunate to be working with a team that puts patient care at the forefront and are working together to become better! I have special interests in orthopedic physical therapy, women's health, preventative spine care, sports medicine, and performance enhancement programs for all ages. I enjoy living an active lifestyle and spending time with my husband and daughter.
My education includes an Associate of Applied Science degree from Kirkwood Community College and a Personal Training Certificate through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. I served as adjunct faculty for Kirkwood Community College in the PTA program from 2003-2010 and most recently was given recognition through the American Physical Therapy Association for Advanced Proficiency for the Physical Therapist Assistant in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy. I have years of experience in developing sport programs that are geared towards the runner, triathlete, and soccer population.