Mr Andrew Miller is a very well respected and sought after Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon working in South Wales with a special interest in hip and knee problems such as trauma and arthritis. At Pinnacle he is part of the leadership team and brings a wealth of experience overseeing quality control in his specialty interest of hip and knee conditions.

Mr Andrew Miller is available for virtual & face to face consultations, minimally invasive regenerative treatments, hip and knee replacements, revision procedures and second opinions.
Other specialities in orthopaedic medicine for pain management, injury & medical illnesses include:
⦁ Hip and Knee Surgery
⦁ Pain killing injections
⦁ Sports injuries

He is CoDeveloping individualised patient treatment plans with the MDT team amongst them there are physios, pain specialists, nutritionist & acupuncturists. A multi disciplinary team ( MDT) that has a track record of 95% positive outcomes.


Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. Young Scientist of the Year Award winner – World Congress Bone, Muscle and Joint Disease

“Gone are the days where patients with hip and knee arthritis are sent away to wait until there arthritis is bad enough to need a joint replacement. This reactive approach to medicine is outdated and cruel. It has been my pleasure to have a hand in developing new biological treatments for arthritis and watch them progress from the laboratory bench to the bedside. Regenerative treatments such as platelet rich plasma injections have massively improved my patients pain, function and overall quality of life. The future of arthritis treatment is proactive. Biological and cellular treatments allow us to intervention early in the disease process by using the patient’s own biology to improve pain, reduce inflammation and repair their damaged joints.”

Andrew is a keen sportsman who played rugby for Worcester RFC and represented England at junior levels. His boat crew won the Nottingham national rowing championships and more recently was selected to represent Great Britain in the 2016 European Powerlifting Championships.

Mr Andrew Miller studied Medicine at Cardiff University obtaining his Medical degree in 2008 and returned to complete his Doctorate in Cartilage Tissue Engineering in 2019.   

He completed his orthopaedic training in South Wales, UK and Queensland, Australia before going on to specialise in Hip and Knee surgery.

Mr Andrew Miller has undertaken the prestigious Bristol Advanced Hip fellowship as well as being nationally selected as the TIG Major Trauma fellow to work alongside the military at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. 

Received fellowship from the OTA to work overseas in Tampa, USA. There he worked alongside top USA trauma surgeons and honed his surgical skills in the use of the latest robotic joint replacement surgery techniques.  

Mr Miller is  honorary clinical lecturer at Cardiff University where he undertook his doctorate in the Biomedical and Bio-engineering Institute.

Research Background and Publications

Mr Miller has spent many years as a  specialist researcher being passionate about the application of Advanced Medical treatments to prevent and cure osteoarthritis. As well his specialist research interests extend to novel injectable drugs that can be used to prevent or slow down the development of arthritis such as PRP and DMOADs.

Mr Miller has published many papers on the benefits of partial knee replacements and potential therapeutic drug targets to prevent arthritis in addition to editing revision text books for doctors in training. 


  • Andrew S Miller, Rhodri Gwyn, Dhritiman Bhattacharjee, Louisa N Banks. Fibonacci’s mathematical sequence predicts functional and actual length of the phalanges of the hand. Journal of Nature and Science 2021, Vol 4, Issue 1, page 58.
  • Man WY, Miller AS, Li A, Hanna AW. The Use of Unicompartmental Knee Replacements in the Elderly. International Journal of Musculoskeletal Disorders 2018 Vol 104 p4-6
  •  Miller A, Vazquez M, Marusza C, Poacher A, Miles J, Vaughan D, O’ Doherty D, Carpenter C. Artificial vs Grass Rugby Pitches: Is there an increase in injury rate among professional rugby union players? Submitted for consideration to the British Journal of Sports Medicine
  • Miller A., Hodgson P., Blain E. Differential gene expression in ankle cartilage chondrocytes compared with knee: Might this explain the difference in prevalence of osteoarthritis in these joints and identify a potential treatment target? Bone and Joint Journal: Orthopaedic Proceedings 2017 Volume 99-B, Issue SUP 21
  • Miller A, Enoch S, Bennett A, Marsden N, Parkinson F, Trent N, Hepburn D, Au-Yeung K, Evans T. Clinical and Procedural Skills for the MRCS Part B. 1st Edition, Doctors Academy Publications. ISBN 978-93-80573-25-0
  • Grannum S, Torrie P, Miller A, Harding I. Risk factors for the development of a mobile degenerative spondylolisthesis at L4/5. Spinal Deformity 2015 Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 98–104
  • Shewring D, Miller A, Ghandour A. Condylar fractures of the proximal and middle phalanges. Journal of Hand Surgery (European Edition) 2015 Volume: 40 issue: 1, page(s): 51-58
  • Miller A, Stew B. Prevertebral soft tissue measurements following cervical trauma: How accurate are the radiological guidelines? European Spine Journal Vol. 22, Supplement 1, pp 54-78, March 2013
  • Miller A, Barton K, Hassn A. Nurse-led Telephone follow up after Day Case Surgery. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, Volume 8, Issue 5, May 2012, Pages e7-e8 
  • Robinson M., Downes C., Miller A., Heffernan R. Failure of the indigenous population to attend post operative follow up post hip and knee joint arthroplasty .Bone and Joint Journal: Orthopaedic Proceedings Volume 94-B, Issue SUPP_XXIII01 May
  • Miller A, Wonnacott A, McBride J. Dengue Induced Syndrome of Inappropriate Secretion of Antidiuretic Hormone. Journal of Clinical Case Reports (2012) 2:109
  • Miller A, Hopper N, Lewis P, McLain D. Energy Drink Induced Acute Limb Ischaemia Published Abstract European Society of Vascular Surgery XXV Sept (10)106
  • Miller A, Wonnacott A, Ayres T, Musio P, McBride J. Clinical Presentation and Bacteriological Analysis of Fight Bite Injuries in Tropical North Queensland. Published Abstract European Cells and Materials 2011 Vol. 21. Suppl. 2:35
  • Stew B, Miller A, Owens D. The posterior pharyngeal wall: Are the guidelines for radiological tissue thickening appropriate? Published Abstract Clinical Anatomy 2010 23:352-362

Prizes, grants and awards

  • Aug-2019: International Orthopaedic Trauma Society US Travelling Fellowship IOTA
  • May-2018: President’s Gold Medal Presentation Welsh Orthopaedic Society
  • May-2018 : Biomet Travelling Fellowship Biomet UK
  • Nov-2017: Winkelmann Prize Basic Science British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
  • Jun-2017: AO Research Grant AO Trauma UK
  • Jan-2017: BOFAS Research Grant British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
  • Oct-2016: Young Scientist of the Year Award World Congress Bone, Muscle and Joint Disease 
  • Jun-2013: a South West Surgeons’ Prize Royal Society of Medicine
  • Jun-2012: Surgical Trainee Poster Prize ERAS Conference  Royal College of Surgeons England
  • Sep-2011
  • Traveling Presenter Grant European Society of Vascular Surgeons.


  • Human Structural Anatomy BSc Cardiff University June 2005
  • Medicine MBBCh Cardiff University July 2007
  • Orthopaedic Medical Technology (PG Cert) Dundee University March 2008
  • Intercollegiate MRCS Royal College of Surgeons October 2010
  • Masters Degree (MSc) Health Science
  • (Trauma and Orthopaedics) Warwick University June 2014
  • FRCS (Orth) Royal College of Surgeons November 2018
  • Doctorate of Medicine Cardiff University December 2019
  • Bond Solon Legal Training 
  • Excellence in medical report writing December 2020

Conditions Treated

Medical treatments

  • Joint injections
  • Hyaluronic Acid
  • Hip & knee injections

⦁ Bone Marrow Aspiration Concentration (BMAC)
⦁ Cartilage cell transplant (Spherox)

⦁ MRI Scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan)
⦁ CT
⦁ Ultrasound scan
⦁ X Rays

  • Partial knee replacement
  • Total knee replacement
  • Joint preservation surgery
  • Robotic Knee surgery
  • Knee arthroscopy
  • Knee cap replacement
  • Knee cartilage replacement
  • Ligamentoplasty
  • Hip replacement
  • Hip resurfacing
  • Meniscal surgery

Book an appointment with Mr Andrew Miller at the following location:


Newport, NP20 6ZE, Gwent, Wales, United Kingdom


Pro Sports Medicine Cardiff Business Park, Unit 18 Lambourne Cres, Llanishen, Cardiff CF14 5GF


Nuffield Health The Vale Hospital Hensol Castle Park, Hensol Rd, Pontyclun CF72 8JX

Book a consultation now

Mr Andrew Miller combines virtual care with face to face appointments that lead to improved continuity of care from the comfort of your home.

Don’t continue to suffer at home and in pain. Wherever you are, we can help. Book a virtual consultation with one of our doctors and take the first step towards finding pain relief. 

Sometimes a good old fashioned in-person appointment is needed, particularly for a physical examination. If you prefer a face-to-face appointment, you can also book this as an option.

 If you are new to Pinnacle, take advantage of our promotion and book your first 10-minute free virtual screening call. T&C’s apply.

Face to Face Consultations: £150
Online Consultations: £95

Mr Andrew Miller works with the following private medical insurance providers:

We’ll help you check if your treatment plan is covered by your insurance provider.

What People Say About Us

Client Testimonials

“6 weeks out and I can’t believe it. I feel like I have my life back again.”
The last 36 hours since my Monday morning injection have been pain free and luxurious in easy movement. A massive improvement. Hardly any sign of a limp. Thanks again
Just wanted to say thank you for the knee jabs. I wasn’t convinced they were doing anything then one day 3 weeks ago I was walking down the road and realised I wasn’t walking like a pirate with a wooden leg anymore. The difference now is remarkable and I actually think my knee is finally healed.

Book a Consultation Now

Don’t continue to suffer at home in pain. Wherever you are, we can help. Book a virtual consultation with one of our doctors and take the first step toward finding pain relief. Sometimes a good old fashioned in-person appointment is needed, particularly for a physical examination. If you prefer a face-to-face appointment, you can also book this as an option. Consultations and appointments can be paid for or covered by leading insurance providers.

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