Mr Rick Miller is a clinical and sports dietitian and the principal independent in-patient and out-patient dietitian for the King Edward VII Hospital. He has provided sports performance nutrition for many athletes from novice to Olympic standard. As a consultant dietitian and senior lecturer, he is able to support patients in all areas of clinical nutrition.
Rick has extensive clinical and sports nutrition through a career that spans personal experience as an elite athlete and then working as a sports nutritionist for various sub-elite and Olympic level teams. As part of his Masters in Sport and Exercise Nutrition from Loughborough University he contributed to further published work in mouth-rinsing carbohydrates and elite runners.
Rick qualified as a registered Dietitian from Leeds Beckett University and has spent several years in the NHS rotating through various specialities such as: nutrition for ageing, malnutrition support, critical care, orthopaedic and general surgery recovery, gastroenterology, diabetes, paediatrics, obesity management and bariatric surgery.
Rick has supported many athletes at major sports competitions including: Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, London 2012 Olympic Games, Baku European Olympic Games 2015 and the Islamic Solidarity Games 2017 and continues to do so today.
Rick is unique amongst his peers as a medico-legal qualified expert witness and frequently provides clinical nutrition expertise to the Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service under instruction from legal firms.
A sought after lecturer in Dietetics and is passionate about nutrition education. He continues to support nutrition practitioners moving into private practice. He is frequently cited in the national and international media on various nutrition topics.