Vikki Bradley

Vikki began her career working as a massage therapist and personal trainer. In 2006 Vikki graduated from St Mary’s University with a first class honours degree in Sport Rehabilitation and soon after completed an internship with the industry’s world renowned Gray Institute of Functional Training (USA). In 2013 she was awarded a Masters in Biomechanics from Roehampton University.

Since 2006 Vikki has gained extensive experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal complaints, including sporting injuries, post-operative, amputee, spinal cord injury rehab, as well as general joint and muscle aches and pains.

She has worked closely with numerous health practitioners and specialists and has worked at the MoD’s Headley Court, and Northwood HQ, treating injured and wounded service personnel.   Additionally, she has lectured at St Mary’s University on the rehabilitation of complex trauma patients.

Vikki has specialised in foot and running biomechanics, working in a number of expert London clinics, with her MSc thesis based on this subject area.

Vikki continues to study and stay up to date with current research and has recently completed a diploma in CBT. Her current area of interest includes the neuroscience of complex pain mechanisms and the association with mental health.