Bradley is a chartered physiotherapist who graduated in 2017 from the University of Liverpool. Beginning in the NHS, he had roles in musculoskeletal outpatients, orthopaedics, and neurology departments. Developing an interest in sports injuries, he began to work with Stoke City Ladies FC and within private practice, where he completed the AACP’s Western Medical Acupuncture qualification.
Following this, he was fortunate to secure a full-time role at Wigan Athletic FC Academy where he worked with their 18 – 23’s teams, alongside supporting the first team squad in the Championship during the COVID-19 pandemic. He joined Liverpool FC Academy in 2021, assisting with injury rehabilitation as part of a large multidisciplinary team. He also supported the academy on international tours throughout Europe.
During this time, Bradley developed skills in treating many sporting injuries including ACL’s, meniscus, hamstrings, ankle injuries, lower back pain and hips. He also developed skills treating growth related injuries in adolescents. His work with adolescents and children was further supported by his role at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, working as a senior physiotherapist in neurorehabilitation.
Through his work in sport, Bradley has understood the value of the multidisciplinary team, and how a team approach can lead to the best outcomes for your individual goals. At Pure Sports Medicine, he aims to provide this elite care found only in sports teams, to help you to achieve your personal goals, and to support you to continue achieving them in the future.
Sports Injuries, Lower Back Pain, Adolescent injuries, Knee Pain, Ankle Pain and Post-operative Rehabilitation
Football, Running and Gym Training
Specialist MSK Physiotherapist at Academy Physiotherapist at West Ham United Football Club
Liverpool Football Club Academy, Wigan Athletic Football Club Academy and Stoke City Ladies Football Club
NHS Positions at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and The Royal Liverpool Hospital and Private Physiotherapy Clinics