Dr. Bradley received his first professional doctorate (summa cum laude) from the prestigious Palmer University, where he specialized in natural pain management, and his second doctorate from the esteemed Trinity College (summa cum laude), where he specialized in nutritional and metabolic medicine. He additionally holds a Doctorate of Pastoral Science degree as well as an academic research degree as a Doctor of Science in Medicine. Dr. Bradley is also Board Certified in Restorative Medicine (AARM), Functional Medicine (FMCP), and Anti-Aging Medicine.
He is both a naturopathic and chiropractic physician specializing in metabolic and nutritional medicine, with 23 years of experience helping his clients with autoimmunity and thyroid disorders, a well-published author who can be read in a variety of magazines and newspapers, and a recognized and well sought-out leader in his field.
Why he founded EPIC and what functional medicine means to him:
Dr. Bradley has dedicated his career to identifying and addressing the root causes of chronic illness through a groundbreaking whole-systems medicine approach known as Functional Medicine.
Through his private practice, education efforts, writing, research, advocacy, and public work, he strives to improve access to Functional Medicine, and to widen the understanding and practice of it, empowering others to stop managing symptoms with more and more medication – and instead address the true underlying causes of illness, thereby also tackling our chronic-disease epidemic.
Dr. Bradley is happy to offer his help to clients that have been suffering from fatigue, thyroid disorders, adrenal exhaustion, weight-loss resistance, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, low libido, depression and anxiety, irregular menstrual cycles, menopause, both female and male hormonal disorders, both acute and chronic pain, and various cancers.