Meet Doctor James Bradley DC MS
James’ first experience with chiropractic care came in high school. Whether he was involved in wrestling, football, or baseball injuries were common. James experienced ankle sprains, shoulder dislocations, and rib injuries, but it wasn’t until his 20’s that he experienced his first bout of low back pain. Through all his injuries, chiropractic care helped him get out of pain and come back stronger and with a greater understanding of proper movement.
Originally from Yelm, Washington, Dr. Bradley moved to Seattle where he graduated from The University of Washington with his Bachelor of Science in Physiology. He then moved to Portland, Oregon to attend the University of Western States where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters of Sports Medicine.
A true PNW local, James is dedicated to serving you and getting you back to doing what you love without pain. Whether suffering from acute or chronic conditions, James’ own experience with injuries and his dedication to listening and understanding your complications serve as the backbone for his patient care. James’ integrative approach to musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions combines various soft-tissue methods, functional rehabilitation, and chiropractic techniques, along with patient education to provide a unique and individualized patient experience.
When James is not in the office, he maintains an active lifestyle. During the winter you can find him snowboarding. The rest of the year is spent hiking, camping, fishing, name it. If he is not outside then he is involved in the Seattle music scene, whether that is in the crowd or behind a drumset!
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