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Laura Miller, PTA

Laura Miller, PTA

About Us

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Laura Miller, PTA

Laura Miller, PTA

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Laura Miller brings to Clearway over 30 years of experience in the field of Physical Therapy, including working in acute, subacute, outpatient, and long-term care settings. She became interested in PT in high school when she entered an exploratory health occupations program resulting in a Physical Therapy Aide job at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Upon graduation, she was eager to pursue a career in which she could help people relieve their pain, regain function, and enjoy life again. She has especially enjoyed working with patients recovering from cerebral vascular accidents and the senior population. Laura strongly believes in a proactive approach in addressing pain and mobility issues and encourages people not to wait for severe limitations or falls to occur before seeking help.

Laura graduated with honors from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Northern Virginia Community College with an Associates of Applied Science Degree in 1989. She is trained in the Otago Exercise Program for fall prevention.

Laura and her husband, Curtis, have enjoyed watching their three children grow into young adulthood. In her spare time, she enjoys working with youth, traveling, hiking, and birdwatching.

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Are you ready to alleviate your pain and restore your physical function so you can live your best life – the one you want and deserve? The entire Clearway team is ready to help.

To request an appointment, please click the button below. You will be routed to our Patient Portal, where you can register with us by providing us with some basic information. We will get back as quickly as possible to set up and confirm your appointment day and time. Just below the form, we provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, as well.

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