Charlie is currently enjoying yet another year as Assistant Athletic Trainer on “The Farm”. Since his arrival in the fall of 2001, Charlie remains the longest tenured clinician on staff. Charlie currently manages the daily health care maintenance of the Baseball and Men’s Water Polo while also serving as the finance originator for Athletic Training. During his tenure, he has provided medical care to a handful of other programs including Wrestling, Football, Golf, and Synchronized Swimming, while on multiple occasions, traveling internationally with Men’s Basketball. Charlie contribute vitally in the logistical coordination and execution of all Pre-Participation Examinations. Prior to his arrival at Stanford, Charlie spent the previous 21 years as Head Athletic Trainer at San Jose State University.
Miller attended the University of Michigan where he obtained both his Bachelor’s Degree in Education, as well as his Masters DegreeS. Ed. and his MS degrees. He also attended Washtenaw Community College where he obtained training as an E.M.T. while completing his graduate degree. A member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, he received his 25 year award in 2000.
- Assistant Athletic Trainer, Stanford University (2001-Present)
- Athletic Trainer, USA Judo, Olympic Games Atlanta, Georgia (1996)
- Head Athletic Trainer, San Jose State University (1980-2001)
- Athletic Trainer, USA Judo (1986-1994)
- Assistant Atlhetic Trainer, University of Michigan (1978-1980)
Other Professional activities have included serving as the team athletic trainer for numerous U.S. Judo overseas trips as well as serving as the Host Athletic Trainer for Judo at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Miller served as the Assistant Operations Director/Director of Football Operations for the 2000 and 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic Bowl Game. He also served as the President of the California State University Athletic Injury Medical Expense Program from 1999-2001.
Charlie serves as a consultant to Avacore Technologies, maker of the Core Control body core cooling device. Miller became involved with the CoreControl device during the fall of 2002 when he utilized prototype devices witih the Stanford Football Program. It was during this time that he first identified the benefits of core cooling technology to treat both peripheral and “body” cramping.