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Dr Lloyd Bradley


Specific Sub-Interest: Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Location: South East England

Dr Lloyd Bradley BSc MBBS FRCP PhD, is a Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine at Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust. An honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Kings College London, Dr Bradley specialises in rehabilitation medicine, lifelong neurological disorders, progressive multiple sclerosis and spasticity management.

Dr Bradley is the clinical lead for Donald Wilson House, a 12 bedded specialist rehabilitation unit, responsible for the assessment, management and follow-up for patients coming through this service. He oversees a day patient rehabilitation service and holds regular outpatient clinics for generalised neurological rehabilitation (progressive and acquired neurological disease) as well as specialised transitional and spasticity clinics.

Dr Bradley specialises in acquired brain injury (including stroke) rehabilitation, spasticity management, chronic neurological disease and young adults with complex disability.

In a recent article, Dr Lloyd Bradley shared his views about neurorehabilitation and the role of the Expert Witness.

Read more in our interview with him.

 





 

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