Mr Miles qualified as a doctor in 1997.He has always been interested in knee and hip surgery, having done a fellowship with Sarah Muirhead-Allwood before beginning his registrar training in 2002. His training was on the Stanmore rotation and he always wanted to continue working at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. After completing 2 hip and knee fellowships his dream came true! He has worked at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital since 2008, and was appointed as a consultant there in 2010. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in University College London, through The Institute of Orthopaedics. This allows him to continue with his interests in research and teaching, both of which are very important to him.
His practice is primarily based around complex hip and knee problem.His arthroscopy knee practice includes meniscus surgery (repair and resection) cartilage stem cell transplant surgery and cruciate ligament surgery. 35% of his joint replacement cases are revision hip and knee replacements. He also has an interest in complex primary cases, particularly in replacement in young patients and those who have had hip or knee damage in childhood. He sees sportsmen and women, dancers and patella tracking patients as particular interests.