Ros Miller, FRCS Tr&Orth
Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Consultant Surgeon

Head of Foot and Ankle Service
NHS Lanarkshire, Hairmyres University Hospital Trust
Orthopaedic Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon

Private Practice
Harley Street Medical Area, London, UK
Glasgow and Aberdeen, Scotland, UK


Ros Miller, heads the Foot and Ankle Service in NHS Lanarkshire University Hospitals Trust and is based at Hairmyres Hospital.  The service is a multi-disciplinary team, delivering both non-operative and operative treatment to a population of 700,000 people.  The University status of the hospital, with Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of the West of Scotland now provides a significant research foundation within the Foot and Ankle Service.

Ros Miller, performs all aspects of foot and ankle surgery.  Her specialist interest is in Minimally Invasive and Arthroscopic Foot and Ankle Surgery.  She has developed techniques for Neuropathic Minimally Invasive Surgeries (NEMISIS) of the foot and ankle, which had particular relevance to diabetic foot pathologies.  She also regularly performs surgery for Young Ankle Arthritis and Total Ankle Replacement Surgery.

Ros Miller graduated from the University of Aberdeen, MBChB, BSc Med Sci.  She continued her Basic Surgical Training in Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland, before moving home to her native Glasgow on the West Coast of Scotland, where she completed her Higher Surgical Training.

Ros Miller visited Dr Mark Myerson, in Baltimore, USA in 2011 for a travelling fellowship.  She took up her current Consultant post in February 2011.  She now regularly visits and trains other surgeons both nationally and internationally.

Ros Miller now splits her time between her NHS Practice in Scotland and her Private Practice in both Scotland and the Harley Street Medical Street Medical Area, London, England.

Over 10 years of experience

Of treating patients with Foot and Ankle problems.


2000+ operations performed

From bunion surgery to total ankle replacement


5 clinics

In Scotland and London to see patients


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