Natalie Bradford is a physical therapist at the University of Vermont
Medical Center. She specializes in
, work rehab and conditioning, sports rehab, and spine rehabilitation. She
treats patients with conditions such as vertigo, musculoskeletal pain,
total joint replacement, and injuries after surgery. She uses therapies and
treatments such as manual therapy, dry needling, and McKenzie Mechanical
diagnosis and therapy which is an internationally known method of treating
spine and extremity pain.
Natalie's research interests include oncology rehab, low back pain, early
PT intervention for BPPV/vertigo,
Natalie enjoys treating New Americans with various conditions. She
specializes in back, neck, and joint pain management and combines a wide
variety of interventions to treat these conditions with a practical
approach, using only the amount of visits necessary.
Natalie believes that in order to be well, people need to understand their
condition and be good self-managers of pain. Empowering people to exercise
and have less pain can dramatically improve quality of life. She believes
that people need early access to therapy and that prevention of injury or
pain is better than waiting too long to fix it Every person has a story and
she takes time to listen to that story so she can help build a
self-management plan that meets each person's needs.
Learn more about
at the University of Vermont Medical Center.