Reducing barriers to mental health care for student-athletes: an integrated care model. Sudano LE, Collins G, Miles CM.. Fam Syst Health. 2017;35(1):77-84.
Mental health services in NCAA Division I athletics: a survey of head ATCs. Sudano LE, Miles CM.. Sports Health. 2017;9(3):262-267.
Prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among immigrant Latino farmworkers and non-farmworkers in North Carolina. Mora DC, Miles CM, Chen H, Quandt SA, Summers P, Arcury TA.. Arch Environ Occup Health. 2016;71(3):136-143.
A preliminary study of the effectiveness of an allostatic, closed-loop, acoustic stimulation neurotechnology in the treatment of athletes with persisting post-concussion symptoms. Tegeler CH, Tegeler CL, Cook JF, Lee SW, Gerdes L, Shaltout HA, Miles CM, Simpson SL.. Sports Med Open. 2016;2(1):39.
Obtaining an adequate specimen for the diagnosis of pigmented lesions. Snyder A, West SE, Miles CM, Feldman SR.. J Am Board Fam Med. 2015;28(4):523-525.
Concussion management: the current landscape [commentary]. Miles CM.. JAAPA. 2014;27(2):8-9.
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Dr. Chris Miles is a specialist in family medicine and sports medicine. Below is a brief profile about him:
Chris Miles, MD, CAQSM
Family and Community Medicine
1920 West 1st Street
Piedmont Plaza I, Winston-Salem
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336-716-WAKE or 888-716-WAKE
Medical Degree: University of Illinois College of Medicine
Residency: Methodist Medical Center of Illinois
Fellowship: Wake Forest School of Medicine (Sports Medicine)
What brought you to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center?
I was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to do my fellowship training in sports medicine here at Wake Forest Baptist. I was in private practice back in my home state of Illinois when an opportunity arose to return to join the faculty and work with the family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship programs. I was so impressed with the facilities, the other faculty, the School of Medicine and the research opportunities that it was one that I could not pass up. The chance to interact with and be a part of one of the nation’s top family medicine and sports medicine departments is a true blessing. And the Triad is a wonderful place to live and to raise a family.
What are your clinical specialties?
I am a family medicine practitioner and am board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. In addition, I have a Certificate of Added Qualification in primary care sports medicine.
Why did you decide to become a primary care doctor?
In primary care, we have the awesome opportunity to change health behaviors, interact with our patients on a personal level and truly become a team member with our patients to improve their overall well-being. Primary care physicians must be the drivers of health care reform as the center of all patient interactions. It is a great honor and responsibility to be that person and in that role.
What is your patient care philosophy?
I feel that a team and holistic approach where patients, physicians, nurses and others work together is crucial. All parts of the team must work together. Preventative medicine is the key to improving our health and lowering health care costs. That being said, patients must take the responsibility for preventative medicine. The importance of exercise as a medication, nutrition, screenings, immunizations and routine follow-up cannot be overstated.
What do you enjoy most about working with patients?
I love getting to connect with my patients, learning about them and their families and hopefully improving not only the number of years of their life, but also the quality of those years. It is so rewarding to see an injured athlete back on the field or a patient who changes a health behavior and is able to get off some of their medications.
What type of volunteer and/or community activities are you involved in?
Since we are newly returned to the area, we are still getting settled and looking for opportunities. We are active with our church. I volunteer my time at athletic events, doing physicals for sports clearance and plan to continue to look for opportunities for outreach mission work.
What fun facts should we know about you?
I am married to the most wonderful woman, and have a 2-year-old son, who keeps me very active. I spend some of my free time with fitness activities. I enjoy triathlon sports (running, swimming, and biking), as well as spending time at local YMCAs. I have yet to find a sport or competitive activity that I do not enjoy. I help care for the Wake Forest University athletic department, and am a huge Demon Deacon fan.
The overall Patient Rating score is the average of responses to the nine questions listed below. The questions are from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a 1 to 5 scale, where 1 represents "very poor" and 5 represents "very good."
Comments are taken from the Care Provider section of the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Comments are posted exactly as they are written. Comments are added weekly. To protect patient privacy and confidentiality, patient names are not included.
Absolutely! In addition to being very caring and dedicated to his patients, Dr. Miles is a very pleasant person, he always greets us with a smile.
Best Provider I have seen in a long time!
Have sent sister & neighbor to *Dr. Miles *Dr. Miles - best doctor ever -
They all do a good job eveeytime I come
Dr. Miles has even called our home to check on Jared; our autistic and epileptic son. He ALWAYS shows the upmost care and concern.
Best experience possible. One of the best physicians I have ever seen
After my initial doctor left the practice, it took me a minute to find the right doctor for me. In the process of searching for a permanent doctor, I had the opportunity to visit (or two) with Dr. Miles and feel this was the right match for me. So, yes I would recommend Dr. Miles.
The provider as well as medical student was very personable and empathetic. I felt much better at the end of the visit.
Dr. Miles is always very thorough, he explained the risk and benefits of my plan of care as well as medications.
*Dr. Miles is the best! He has my complete trust.
I always find Dr Miles very courteous and attentive; he spent almost an hour with me and was very thorough
*Dr. Miles has been a great provider. He is always timely on my Wake Health.
The best physician I have met in years. Very concerned about my condition and aware of my history. Kind! Knowledgeable! I have recommended him to several family members and friends, and they all agree with this assessment.
Very genuine person - easy to talk with -
He is the best Primary Care doctor ever.
The best ever! I have all the confidence in the world in him.
Dr Miles is wonderful.
My doctor is GREAT!
Dr. Miles is very focused on my concerns and thorough in discussing them.
best doctor I've ever worked with
Dr Miles went over and beyond to care for my daughter. I felt he had personal interest in her well being. I appreciate him and his team more then I can describe in words.
As indicated by the responses above, my experience with *Dr. Miles was positive in every way -
Dr. Miles has always been a very caring and sensitive Doctor. He is involved with my medical conditions and gives me the all the necessary information I ask for to understand my medical conditions. I do ask a lot of questions!
Dr. Miles has been awesome. My daughter is shy but he was very understanding and friendly, which Morgan felt comfortable enough to talk to him.
Dr. Miles treated me like his "only" patient. Very professional & caring. He is truly an asset in the medical world!!!!!
Excellent care provided
I have recommended *Dr. Miles to my daughter.
*Dr. Miles is phenomenal, patient, courteous, and easy to speak with.
Dr. Miles was one of the nicest doctors I have ever been to. He was really exceptional.
Dr. Miles is one of those physicians that make you feel like family. He provides excellent care and always asks if there are any concerns you have. Over the years I've had several Family Physicians taking care of me but there's not one I trust as much as I do Dr. Miles!
I liked my previous doctor, who retired a year ago. I was fortunate enough to get in as a patient with Dr. Miles. About 15 months ago -- before my doctor retired but after I had made arrangements to switch to Dr. Miles -- i hurt my knee. I knew my doctor was unavailable, but Dr. Miles saw me the next day, and I was able to get care and an X-ray on-site.