Charles Miller studied anesthesia in Nashville, TN through the MTSA program. He participated in research as a Resident Resident Nurse Anesthetist (RRNA) at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. His time at Vanderbilt provided him with the necessary education and experience in the administration of ERAS protocols that are the foundations for our advancements in opioid-free pain management. Charles pursued training and greater understanding of the use of Ketamine Infusion Therapy in the treatment of mood disorder and decided to bring these treatment options home to Chattanooga.
In 2019 he became the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Scenic City Neurotherapy in Chattanooga, TN. Scenic City Neurotherapy utilizes non-opioid, non-narcotic anesthetics in the treatment of chronic pain and mood disorders. The clinic has grown to be the highest performing and most successful clinic worldwide as a result of Charles' intentionally established processes. Scenic City Neurotherapy serves as an official clinical location for the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga graduate level anesthesia students. He continues to pursue innovation in clinical research by submitting Scenic City Neurotherapy's clinical data for clinical research through the Osmind community. His clinic's unique success is attributed to his commitment to education and empowerment of patients which leads to meaningful improvements in their quality of life.