Moira Bradley has been in practice as a physical therapist for thirty-five years with a strong background in the treatment of orthopedic injuries and various musculoskeletal issues. She is STOTT pilates trained in spinal, pelvic, and scapula stabilization and peripheral joint stabilization matwork and rehab certified on the Reformer for RR1 and RR2. She just recently completed her certification in Structural Integration, through the Tom Myers Anatomy Trains program. She is excited to combine her knowledge of physical therapy, manual therapy skills, and structural integration approach to help address existing musculoskeletal issues. Staying fit and healthy has always been an important part of Moira’s life. Her goal is to help unwind and restore resilience to the spine and body and help each individual find more ‘harmony’ in their body.
Certified in integrative dry needling.
Received physical therapy degree from Simmons College in 1986.
Completed one-year residency at the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy in 1994.