Interventional Pain Physician,
Napa Pain Institute
Member, Spine Intervention Society Committee on Patient Safety
David C. Miller, MD is a nationally recognized expert in interventional pain management with 25 years of experience in patient care and research. After graduating from Purdue University, he received an MA in Physiology from the University of California at Riverside, followed by an NIH Research Fellowship at UCLA in Neuroscience. He then completed Medical School at Loma Linda University in Southern California and subsequent Residency training in General Surgery and Anesthesiology at the University of Iowa.
Dr. Miller is Board Certified in Anesthesiology and triple Boarded in Pain Management. Dr. Miller was formerly with Indiana University Health. His clinical interests include the evaluation and treatment of complex pain conditions such as spinal pain, cancer pain, neuropathy, musculoskeletal disorders, and headaches.
Dr. Miller’s approach is holistic and patient-centered encompassing advanced interventional technologies integrated with a clinical team oriented to functional restoration, wellness, and lifestyle modifications.
- Miller, D. C., Patel, J., & Smith, C. C. (2018). Fact Finders for Patient Safety: Radiation Safety for Interventional Spine Procedures. Pain Medicine.
- Vorobeychik, Y., Sharma, A., Smith, C. C., Miller, D. C., Stojanovic, M. P., Lobel, S. M., … & Standards Division of the Spine Intervention Society. (2016). The effectiveness and risks of non–image-guided lumbar interlaminar epidural steroid injections: a systematic review with comprehensive analysis of the published data. Pain Medicine, 17(12), 2185-2202.
- King, W., Miller, D. C., Smith, C. C., & Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee. (2017). Systemic effects of epidural corticosteroid injection. Pain Medicine, 19(2), 404-405.