A Kansas native, Grant Miller has always been interested in medicine and helping people.
“I enjoy helping active patients remain active and sometimes hip and knee pain prohibits them from doing that,” he said. “Being able to help with their pain and getting them back out to enjoy their life and lifestyle is something I really enjoy.”
Grant received a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of Kansas and earned his Masters of Physician Assistant Studies degree at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. He joined OrthoKansas in 2017 and is a board-certified physician assistant, working alongside Dr. Adam Goodyear.
What advice does Grant have for his patients?
“Try to stay as active as possible. With arthritis, pain comes with the territory but research shows that continuing activity helps maintain your range of motion and with rehab after surgery, if that’s in your future,” he said. “And remember that with total hip and knee replacements, it’s a marathon – not a sprint.”