Episode #35 - An Interview with Robin Miller, MD


My guest today is Dr. Robin Miller,

Dr. Miller has gathered the knowledge, insights and anecdotes offered in this book over the course of 33 years of treating patients using the principles of integrative medicine. Board certified in Internal Medicine, she trained with Andrew Weil as an Integrative Medicine Fellow at University of Arizona. She is currently Medical Director of Triune Integrative Medicine, a highly innovative integrative medicine clinic in Medford, Oregon. 


Dr. Robin Miller’s career as a physician has been quite varied.  She currently is practicing Internal Medicine and serves as the medical director of Triune Integrative Medicine, a highly innovative Integrative Medicine clinic in Medford, Oregon.  She is also a medical reporter for KOBI-5, the NBC affiliate in southern Oregon and northern California.  She has produced the award-winning health series, “Is there a Doctor in the House,” which is shown on the Wellness Channel nationwide.  Her Health Smarts tips are seen regularly on Sharecare.com and Realage.com. She has been a guest on the Dr. Oz Show.

She is a medical columnist for The Daily Courier in Grant’s Pass, Oregon, and the host of a teen health podcast sponsored by Nature’s Cure. She has been an expert contributor to Woman’s World and First Magazine. She has a weekly radio show on Kiss FM called, “Kiss Your Health!”

Robin most recently has coauthored: Healed: Health and Wellness for the 21st Century and The Smart Woman’s Guide to Midlife and Beyond: A No-Nonsense Approach to Staying Healthy After 50.  She has written the books Kids Ask the Doctor and Confessions of the Soul Straight from the Heart. She is a health expert for Sharecare and Lifescript.com.  She has also been a national speaker for the well-known organization, Speaking of Women’s Health. She is an expert and on the executive advisory board for Sharecare.com

She lives in the Rogue River Valley of Oregon with her husband, a gastroenterology physician. She has two sons who are now out of college and still keep her on her toes.