Our COVID-19 Healthy Practice Procedures
As COVID-19 continues to impact our lives, we are dedicated to upholding our exceptional standard of care while taking the necessary precautions to keep everyone safe.
To ensure the health and safety of our clients and their horses, Miller & Associates asks that you follow the following Healthy Practice Procedures when we come to treat your horses:
If you are healthy with no signs of illness, please practice social distancing with the doctor and staff on-site, including social distancing of at least 6-10ft, no physical contact, and appropriate hand washing. Each doctor will arrive with a skilled technician to handle your horse.
If you are ill, or suspect that you are becoming ill, please do not attend the appointment. Doctors will keep you well-informed of results and treatment plans.
We remain available to you 24/7 in all of our locations, Westchester, Long Island, Wellington, and Ocala. Stay healthy.
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With state-of-the-art ambulatory field care, Miller & Associates veterinarians are prepared to assist you at your farm in any emergency as first responders.
Our Wellness Program is designed to take the guesswork out of routine care by bundling common services together in one cost-effective package.
We use the term ‘Complementary Medicine’ because we employ these therapies in addition to traditional treatment options to optimize your horse’s health and well being.
Providing balanced nutrition is the basis of maintaining health, treating multiple conditions and enhancing the quality and duration of your horse's life.
Isaiah J. Robinson
A native of Vermont, Dr. Isaiah Robinson attended the University of Vermont for his undergraduate education. He then attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and completed his clinical training at Texas A&M in College station, TX. Upon Graduation in June 2007, he received the Large Animal Proficiency Award and the Large Animal Surgery Team Award. Following graduation Dr. Robinson completed a year-long Sport Horse Medicine and Surgery internship at Estrella Equine Hospital in Paso Robles, on the central coast of California.
True to his roots, in his free time Isaiah enjoys golf, fishing and furniture building. While in California, Dr. Robinson had the opportunity to put his wood working skills to good use in designing and crafting custom post-operative and therapeutic wooden horseshoes.
Well in line with the practice’s performance horse specialty, Dr. Robinson’s main veterinary interests include lameness, imaging and dentistry.
Dr. Wooten hails from sunny California. She graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, with a degree in Biology and minor in Chemistry.
She then attended veterinary school at the University of California, Davis, and graduated in 2011. From there, she completed a one year internship and then stayed on as an associate veterinarian at Pacific Crest Equine.
Dr. Wooten joined Miller and Associates in 2016. With her, she brings her experience in advanced dentistry, wellness and preventative care, emergency care and reproduction.
When time permits, Dr. Wooten enjoys taking her car to the racetrack for some spirited driving.