Molly Miller received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from UNC Chapel Hill in 2017 and has lived in Chapel Hill since elementary school. She graduated from UNC undergrad with bachelor’s degrees in psychology and Exercise and Sport Science in 2013.
In her first two years as a physical therapist, she became certified in both the Basic and Advanced level of Schroth-based treatment for scoliosis by the Schroth Barcelona Institute. This training taught her how to think in “3D” with a new appreciation for the biomechanics of triplanar asymmetry. Molly whole-heartedly enjoys the challenges and rewards that come from treating patients with scoliosis and has had success in reducing curve angles, improving posture, eliminating pain, and empowering patients to develop life-long practices to protect spinal health.
In those first two years, Molly was also taking primary and secondary courses from the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI), and was officially certified as a PRC in December 2020. PRI uniquely provides an algorithmic approach in assessing and treating naturally occurring asymmetry of all systems in the human body. Molly is passionate about understanding the idiosyncrasies in her patients and strives to provide holistic and comprehensive care in order to restore movement and optimize function.
Molly is passionate about learning more about the complexities of chronic pain, incorporating yoga into physical therapy, and how to optimize breathing. When she is not treating, Molly spends her time with family, playing disc golf, and practicing yoga.