Dr. Jim

Dr. James Miller

Brookfield Family Chiropractic, LLC




Dr. James Miller brings his 18 years of Chiropractic and healthcare experience to help you and your family in all of your health and wellness issues.

Dr. Miller has experience working in several multi-disciplinary medical facilities throughout Connecticut.  He has been involved extensively in occupational health, back / neck injuries, rehabilitation, workers compensation, personal injury, and motor vehicle injuries.  After founding New England Chiropractic Center in 1999- a Spinal Rehabilitation and Soft Tissue Clinic. (both Stamford and Sherman CT practices) Dr. Miller joined Dr. Bonnie Zschunke at Brookfield Family Chiropractic in 2011.

Dr. James Miller lives in Sherman with his wife Lisa and daughter Brianna and is an integral part of the community and partners with patients as well as working with other providers to assist the patients and their families in achieving optimal health.

Post Graduate Education:  Spine Research Institute of San Diego:

Certification in Whiplash Traumatology                 2001

Life University, Marietta, GA – Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 1997.

Education:  4 years of Anatomy and Physiology, Osteology, Orthopedic, Neurology, Radiology, Human Cadaver Dissection, Biomechanics, Urine and Blood

Completed Pre-Med program at Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY in 1993.

Undergraduate Education: Iona College, New Rochelle 1986    BBA, Marketing

Brookfield Family Chiropractic, LLC  499 Federal Road #18  Brookfield, CT 06804  one: 203-733-5877   Email: info@brookfieldfamilychiropractic.com



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