Christopher Miller

MS, LAT, ATC

“As a clinician working with patients of all ages and skill levels, I need to constantly be on my toes and prepared for anything. Every treatment protocol must be designed to be as unique as the person it is for and designed with that person’s end goal in mind. It is also my duty as a certified athletic trainer to maintain knowledge of the most current rehabilitation and recovery methods, in order to give my patients the very best care I can.”

See Christopher Miller at the Champaign Location

Champaign

602 S. Neil Street
Champaign, Il 61820

(217) 649- 0504

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Education
University of Wisconsin – Madison, Bachelors of Science, Athletic Training – 2013
Western Michigan University, Masters of Science, Athletic Training – 2016

Certification
Certified Active Release Technique
Certified RockTape- Level 1 & 2

Professional Interests
Chris grew up in Weyauwega, Wisconsin and has been able to gain valuable experience working in both the collegiate and high school athletic settings. His interest in sports medicine began in high school while running both cross country and track and field. He was then a member of the University of Wisconsin Men’s Rowing team prior to beginning the athletic training program and working with several Badgers athletic teams. While attending Western Michigan University, he served as the head athletic trainer at Portage Northern High School in Portage, MI. Chris then moved to Las Vegas, NM where he served as the assistant athletic trainer for New Mexico Highlands University Athletics, working primarily with the Cowboy’s football, men’s basketball and baseball teams.

Chris has a strong background in athletic related injuries and has gained an appreciation for the uniqueness of every patient and how each rehabilitation plan must be equally unique. He understands the importance of maintaining knowledge of the best emerging therapy practices and is certified in Active Release Technique (ART). Chris also offers instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) along with several other manual therapy techniques. He is very excited to help you with all your recovery needs, as active recovery is one of the most important aspects to keeping your body performing at its best.

In his free time, Chris enjoys running, spending time with his dog, and cheering on the Badgers.