Dr. Matthew Bradley Testimonials
In October of 2013, I started experiencing right knee pain. Unfortunately, many physical therapy sessions and injections did not take care of my problem. Finally, in April of 2014 I had arthroscopic surgery. That was followed by more physical therapy and injections. My knee pain persisted. One day, a friend told me that her sister-in-law had a very successful knee surgery done by Dr. Matthew Bradley. Her strong recommendation encouraged me to make an appointment with him. I really liked Dr. Bradley and his staff from day one. They patiently answered all my questions and made me feel very confident that I was in good hands. Dr. Bradley replaced my knee in July of 2015, and as I share this in January of 2016, I am back on the treadmill for a full thirty minutes five days a week. I am also pain free. Thank you, Dr. Bradley, I wish I would have known about you back in October of 2013. P.S. If you do decide to have your knee replaced, please do your exercises. They are not at all fun, but they are important enough to make the difference between a full recovery and unending knee pain.
I will say that I do not know where I would be if I had not found Dr. Bradley. We may not be done yet, but I feel that I have the best doctor to get me there. Thank you Dr. Bradley for giving me my leg and life back!
In 2013 I started experiencing pain in my right hip, as time went on the pain became worse. I finally broke down in early 2014 and went to see an orthopedic surgeon who took an x-ray and told me that I had a little minor arthritis. At 35 years old he thought I was too young to have any major problems, I was instructed to do physical therapy, the pain became more extreme and I was starting to feel a bit hopeless. My chiropractor recommended I contact Dr. Bradley at Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Spine Care Institute. I reluctantly made an appointment for another doctor and more X-rays. Dr. Bradley brought me out of the patient room so we could look at the x-rays together, he explained the problem and that I needed a full hip replacement. He assured me that I would be back to work and back on the sand playing volleyball in no time. He was right, in March of 2015 I had a full hip replacement, in 8 weeks I was back working as a union electrician, as well as playing sand volleyball. I can’t thank him enough. I got my life back and most of all he relieved me of crippling pain. Thank you!