Our Staff

James Estes Miller, PT, DPT Dr. Miller is a graduate of Ithaca College in Ithaca,New York. He received his post-professional doctorate from Northern Arizona University. He has practiced in Scottsdale since 1983. He is a  member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Arizona Physical Therapy Association and American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. He has served as district chairman and treasurer for the state chapter and six years as an Arizona Delegate to the National House of Delegate. On many occasions, he has served as a guest speaker at professional  association educational seminars. He is an owner of Physical Therapy Providers Network (PTPN) of Arizona and has served on their Board of Directors since 2001. He is a former adjunct professor for clinical education with doctorate interns from Ithaca College, Northern Arizona University, and A.T. Still University. Dr. Miller was appointed in August 2011 by Governor Brewer to serve a four year term to the Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy, the licensing agency for all physical therapists and physical therapist assistants in Arizona. He was appointed to a second term to the board by Governor Ducey in 2015. He currently serves as the Vice President of the board. He is married for 30+ years and has two adult children.

Dr. Craig Goldberg is a dedicated physical therapist with over 18 years of experience.  He is an Orthopedic Certified Specialist and is a Fellowship trained in Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapy.  In addition to over 10 years of orthopedic clinical practice in the Phoenix area, Dr. Goldberg served as an Assistant Professor in the Physical Therapy Department at Midwestern University for over 4 years prior to joining Miller Physical Therapy.  At MWU Dr. Goldberg taught Differential Diagnosis, Musculoskeletal Conditions and Advanced Orthopedics and earned his Doctor of Education, with a focus on teaching and the health sciences.   In clinical practice, Dr. Goldberg is dedicated to a comprehensive patient focus approach where he integrates the latest research and evidence, patient’s goals and values and his clinical expertise to provide patients with exceptional care and optimal physical therapy outcomes.  Dr. Goldberg has also conducted research on chronic pain and for these patients he recognizes the importance and value of integrating a multi-dimensional treatment approach that incorporates pain science education and potential emotional and psychological factors that may be contributing to the patient’s condition.

Craig is originally from New York City and spent time in Boca Raton, Florida before moving to Scottsdale with his wife Cheri in 2005.   His son Jackson plays club soccer and his daughter Emily competes in Gymnastics.  Craig coached flag football at the 5-6, 7-8 and 9-10 age groups and his team won state tournaments at every age level.  Their favorite place to vacation is Jackson Hole, Wyoming where they enjoy hiking, whitewater rafting and observing nature and wildlife.