Dr. Robin Miller, MD

Bio

Specialties:

  • integrative medicine

Affiliation:

  • Triune Integrative Medicine, Medford, OR

Location:

  • Medford, OR

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  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Studies have shown that children will eat more vegetables if they see someone who is smiling while eating their veggies. In this video, I will reveal the power of the smile in the mind of a child.
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  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
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    I am not a pediatrician, but I have many patients who want to know how to help their overweight kids get into shape. My first question is: “ Are you in shape?” Generally the answer is no. I have found that kids will follow your behavior. Even if they act like they do not care, they really do.  
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  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
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    By setting a goal and seeing yourself reaching that goal step by step, you can incorporate guided imagery into your workout. This is a kind of mental rehearsal for the actual work out. When you visualize it, it becomes easier for your body to perform it. Many elite athletes do this and it can improve...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Regular exercise is important for overall health. We are all looking for the fountain of youth. It is not in a pill it is right there for each of us; it is exercise. Regular exercise is important for a healthy brain and a healthy heart. It helps to prevent depression and improve mood. It can keep...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
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    A hot stone massage is one where the massage therapist takes smooth, hot, rounded stones that are covered in oil or water to massage and heat the muscles and certain points of the body. This makes it easier to apply deeper pressure. Hot stone massages are extremely relaxing. I have had several and...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Is there a specific kind of exercise to target abdominal fat? In this video, I will share which forms of exercise are the best for tackling this problem.  Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    I would not recommend leaving your family doctor if you are seeing a naturopath. Both practitioners have valuable things to offer. Naturopaths utilize a variety of treatment modalities to maintain health and healing such as nutrition, exercise, acupuncture, massage and herbal remedies. They often...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Just because an herb is considered natural does not mean it is safe. Herbal remedies do not undergo the intense scrutiny that prescription drugs go through in the United States. Sometimes the remedies, especially from foreign countries, may be contaminated with things such as lead or mercury and even...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Women in their reproductive years are at greatest risk for developing bladder infections. Due to the short length of a woman’s urethra, it is easy for fecal contamination to happen and the simple act of sexual intercourse sets up an environment for the infections to occur.

    Frequent sexual activity or...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    The best bone building exercise for the lower body is to walk or to walk up and down the stairs (or use a Stairmaster).  For the upper body, light weights with frequent repetitions can be very helpful for building bones.  The best way to start is to have a session with a physical therapist or a traine...Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    To increase muscle mass as you get older, eating plenty of protein is key, since the amino acids in protein help build muscle. Watch me share a variety of lean protein sources that can keep you strong. Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Some exercises that help build long, lean muscles include walking, dancing, and most importantly, resistance training. In this video, I will explain why strength training is essential for building muscle. Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    As we age, we lose muscle quickly -- so building and maintaining your muscles is very important for staying strong. In this video, I will explain the best ways to maintain strong muscles as we get older.  Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    It's important to replace muscle mass as we age, because it's key for overall strength, balance, vitality, and quality of life. Watch me explain how strong muscles keep you healthier as you get older. Read More
  • Robin Miller, MD - Medford, OR - Integrative Medicine
    Robin Miller, MD answered:
    Being overweight and/or obese can cause high blood pressure in a variety of ways.  When there is increased weight it takes more pressure to move the blood around the body.  When the weight gain is in the abdominal area there is a greater risk for high blood pressure because this type of fat is more...Read More