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director , sports medicine physician

Andrew Franklyn-Miller, British sports medicine physician, director. Achievements include design of raptor fascial sport compression suit; research in facial and muscle injuries. Decorated Kosovo Medal Her Majesty Government, Queens Golden Jubille Medal; Clinical Research fellowship, Center Clinical Research Excellence, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, 2008.


Franklyn-Miller, Andrew was born on August 29, 1973 in Northumberland, England. Son of David Hendry and Kari Rosemary Miller.


Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Imperial College, London, 1998. Attending, University Bath, England, since 2005.


Principal medical officer Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, England, 2004—2006. Clinical fellow Center Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, University Melbourne, Australia, 2006—2009. Consultant sports, exercise medicine Defense Medical Rehabilitation Center, Headley Court, England, since 2009.

Team doctor Great British Mens Rowing Team, London, 2004—2006, England U16 Rugby, Twickenham, since 2008. Team doctor, performance consultant Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club, Melbourne, since 2008. Director Sports Physician Ltd., London, since 2009.

With Royal Navy, since 1995, England.


  • Achievements include design of raptor fascial sport compression suit. Research in facial and muscle injuries.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (text book) Clinical Sports Anatomy (public, 2010). Contributor scientific papers to professional journals.


Master: Royal College General Practitioners (London). Fellow: Faculty Sports and Exercise Medicine (Edinburgh). Member: British Association Sports and Exercise Medicine (conference chair 2010).


Married Shannon Louise Franklyn-Miller. Children: William Oliver, Sienna Rose, Noah Larsen.

David Hendry

Kari Rosemary Miller

Shannon Louise Franklyn-Miller

William Oliver Franklyn-Miller

Sienna Rose Franklyn-Miller

Noah Larsen Franklyn-Miller