February 13, 2014
Dr. Nancy Miller shared with us the wisdom that she has gained both in her personal and professional life over the past 25 years. Speaking from a deep faith, Dr. Miller quoted Blessed Pope John Paul who said, “Our greatest ability is not to be brilliant like Einstein, but to love authentically,” and she seems to truly live out that ethic. As a holistic doctor, she is not only concerned with helping to heal the body, but mind, spirit, and soul alike–all of which she does with an authentic love.
In her 12+ years of practicing medicine, Dr. Miller has noticed an increase in depression, anxiety, brokenness, and fear of being alone in both life and death, which she attributes, in part, to our deteriorating culture. Her response is to continue doing her best in her vocation and to trust God with the rest. She urged us all, both by her witness and words, to do the same in the place where God has currently planted us. – Sara Joyce
Dr. Miller has practiced medicine since 1991, first with Allina Medical Group in Cottage Grove before coming to New Hope Crystal Medical Clinic. She “understands” children, taught by 6 of her own, and she enjoys teens and young adults especially. Dr. Miler treats patients during life transitions, and is specifically adept in dealing with grief, anxiety, depression, weight issues, abuse recovery and more. She is known for her true empathy and utmost concern for each patient. She can motivate enthusiastically as well as comfort during crisis. Her approach is goal-oriented and multi-faceted with attention to physical as well as emotional and spiritual health. (Source: New Hope Crystal Medical Clinic)