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Bradley Russell, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dr. Russell earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Bradley’s dedication to helping his patients is fueled by his passion for maximizing the body’s potential through exercise and human movement science, an enthusiasm that drew him into the field of physical therapy. Dr. Russell completed clinical rotations on the East Coast in outpatient orthopedic, inpatient rehabilitation, in addition to a vestibular/concussion specialty outpatient rotation with a focus on complex cases. 

Most recently, Bradley has been working with an older adult population treating a variety of diagnoses ranging from post-surgical to fractures to low back pain and various arthritic conditions. Additionally, he has also helped individuals post- amputation and post-COVID return back to their lives fully. Dr. Russell also has experience treating patients with TBI (traumatic brain injury) with a focus on a post-stroke patient population as well as patients with SCI (spinal cord injuries) and post-motor vehicle accident.

Prior to attaining his doctorate, Dr. Russell attained experience as a PT Aide in an outpatient orthopedic clinic for multiple years working alongside therapists and orthopedic physicians, which has helped broaden his understanding of rehabilitation. This experience helped foster Bradley’s growth as a rising clinician and solidified his desire to work in outpatient orthopedics.

While Bradley enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal diagnoses including sports injuries and chronic pain, he also has a special interest in treating dizziness and inner ear (vestibular) disorders as well as helping individuals post-concussion or with migraines take control back over their daily lives while remaining active. Dr. Russell believes it is essential to stay up to date with the recent research literature and is excited to help his patients here at DPT Sport regain their independence while maximizing their potential.


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