Dr Miller leads a research program of research designed to optimise the management of chronic low back pain. He is particulalry interested in optimising exercise prescription approaches and maximising placebo effects in clinical practice for the reduction in pain and disability in adults with non-specific low back pain.
Exercise and Sports Science Member
Unit Chair HSE707 Exercise Physiology for Musculoskeletal Injury and Disease
Senior clinician and manager of the Deakin Clinical Exercise Centre.
Supervision and mentoring of multiple Honours and HDR students.
HSE707 Exercise Physiology for Musculoskeletal Injury and Disease
HSE 704 Exercise Physiology for Metabolic Disease
No publications found
Funded Projects at Deakin
Other Public Sector Funding
Management of acute low back pain in hospital emergency departments: adherence to evidence-based guidelines
Dr Paul Buntine, Prof Nick Taylor, A/Prof Daniel Belavy, Dr Clint Miller, Dr Patrick Owen, Dr Harriet Koorts, A/Prof Steve Bowe, Dr Christopher Fong, Leanne Roddy, Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Victoria Brown
- 2020: $13,000
Industry and Other Funding
Systematic review for exercise in chronic low back pain
A/Prof Daniel Belavy, Dr Clint Miller
MOVE Muscle, Bone & Joint Health Research Grant
- 2019: $2,900
- 2017: $25,437
Thesis entitled: Towards data-driven biopsychosocial classification of non-specific chronic low back pain
Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
Daniel James Van Den Hoek
Thesis entitled: Exercise, energy restriction and psycho-social health for women with obesity
Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (High Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences