Catalyst Chiropractic is committed to the health and wellness of the community. We help patients create, maintain and improve their vitality so that they can accelerate their lives as happier, healthier, pain-free individuals.
Meet The Doctor
DR. ERIN MILLER
After completing her Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Sciences at The University of Wisconsin - River Falls, Dr. Miller went on to complete her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University. While obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Miller attended numerous seminars in addition to the required curriculum to enhance her skills in functional medicine, sports medicine, nutrition, applied kinesiology and more. Dr. Miller's services are not limited to treating neck and back pain with spinal adjustments. She also specializes in extremity adjustments, myofascial release, trigger point work, RockTape, functional medicine, customized nutrition, lifestyle recommendations, and patient education.
Dr. Miller has successfully treated sports injury, low back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, body aches and pain, body stiffness, carpal tunnel, peripheral nerve entrapments, repetitive motion injuries, numbness and tingling in the arms and legs, neuromas, sprain and strain injuries, shoulder pain and dysfunction, elbow pain and stiffness, ankle pain and stiffness, Sciatica, Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) dysfunction and pain, male and female fertility issues, stress dysfunction, gastrointestinal discomfort/issues, acid reflux, infections, autoimmune diseases such as Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, wrist pain and stiffness, SI joint dysfunction and pain, tennis elbow, mid back pain and stiffness, leg weakness, arm weakness, tinnitus, vertigo, disc herniation and many other conditions. Dr. Miller loves learning and is constantly expanding her knowledge so that she can help more patients.
Dr. Miller became interested in chiropractic at the age of 17. As an active individual and athlete, her performance was hindered by back pain. She tried many types of treatment from various specialists to help alleviate her pain, but nothing helped. The only approach that mildly reduced her pain was taking high doses of Ibuprofen, but she worried about its impact on her liver and other organs. As a last resort she tried chiropractic. To her amazement, she immediately felt relief and knew then that chiropractic was her calling.
When she's not working, Dr. Miller enjoys the outdoors, hiking, alpine skiing, snowboarding, reading, and spending time with family and friends.