This post is written by Dr. Julee Miller AP, Dipl of OM, LMT and co-owner of Health Pointe Jacksonville, LLC

This week we will get to “know” our new member, Julee Miller. Julee joined SBMC January 14, 2009. Her sponsors are Ray Cooney and Jim Cox. She is a Florida native from the St. Petersburg area, has two brothers, one sister, a niece and nephew. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Athletic Training/Sports Medicine) degree from Maryville College in Tennessee, a License in Massage Therapy with certifications in Sports Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release Technique, Deep Tissue Modalities, Reflexology and Reiki. Has a post graduate degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Houston, Texas with subspecialties in pain management and women’s health. Julee has 15 years experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and pain management and has worked with professional athletes such as the Pittsburg Steelers and Pirates and Penguins. She traveled to Greece as a member of the 2004 Olympic Massage Therapy team treating all competing athletes. Julee moved to Jacksonville to “take a bite out of the American Pie and open my own wellness clinic with my friend and associate Tamara Luffy offering Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, Massage Therapy, Wellness Counseling and infrared Sauna Treatments.” We concentrate on sports injury treatment, women’s health: fertility, menopausal syndrome, hormone imbalances as well as treatment of ADD/ADHD. One of Julee’s favorite local restaurants is Caps on the intercoastal and highly recommends their seared Tuna. She also enjoys fresh made sandwiched, Goat cheese, tomatoes and olives. Her favorite weekend activity is boating. When asked what person has had the most influence on her life, Julee replied “I am constantly inspired by those with so little but gives so much. I love it when a person can stop me in my tracks and remind me that it isn’t “things”, but people that matter and to stop worrying and whining and just open my eyes.”