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Mr Bradley is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in South Devon who practices at both Torbay and Mount Stuart Hospitals. He is a hip and knee specialist and provides assessment and management of hip and knee pain and disability.
Mr Bradley is fellowship trained in all aspects of hip and knee replacement surgery including primary joint replacement, partial knee replacement and revision hip and knee surgery. He also undertakes routine arthroscopic knee surgery. In addition to surgical management Mr Bradley is also experienced in the non-operative management of hip and knee problems and is able to provide orthobiological treatment for early/moderate osteoarthritis (‘wear and tear’) of the knee (nSTRIDE link)
Mr Bradley trained at St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London School of Medicine during which time he also completed a BSc in Clinical Materials gaining 1st Class honours. He undertook his junior doctor training in London and then moved to the South West to complete his higher orthopaedic training including working within the Exeter Hip Unit. Mr Bradley was appointed as a Consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon with specialist interest in hip and knee surgery in Guernsey, Channel Islands in 2017 where he built a respected and successful practice. However the draw of the South West, and South Devon in particular, was too strong and Mr Bradley returned in 2021.
In addition to his clinical work Mr Bradley is also a qualified medical educator and has conducted research in his specialist field of hip and knee surgery, with a number of his projects being published in well-renowned European and North American Journals.
Away from work Mr Bradley enjoys spending time with his young family and his dog. Having always been involved in sports, he now spends any spare time on the golf course and in the sea.
Areas of interest
Hip pain; knee pain; hip and knee degeneration (osteoarthritis 'wear and tear', other arthritis); total hip replacement; total knee replacement; unicompartmental knee replacement; knee arthroscopy ('keyhole surgery'); non-operative management; orthobiologics