Bradley has been enthusiastically involved in clinical practice since 2010. For many years before and since, he has been doing his best to learn the ins, outs and betweens of the human body and all that we know about making it better. This started at McGill University in 2002 with a Bachelors of Science degree; Bradley then enrolled in the Masters of Physiotherapy Program at the University of British Columbia.
Bradley’s practice ranges the whole spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions; that said, there are a number of areas he likes to focus on. These include spinal pain, shoulder disorders, hip and knee disorders, persisting/chronic pain, spinal stenosis, and ACL rehabilitation.
Bradley has been enjoying his participation in a couple professional projects. He serves on the PABC Board as Island Director, and is a member of the AMP team hosting educators and thought leaders from around the world. This lines up well with Bradley's passion for moving this great profession forward.
Outside of the clinic, Bradley likes thinking about Physiotherapy and various public health issues. But when he takes his glasses off, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, any sort of competition, and exploring this amazing island we call home.