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Lisa G. Bradley

Associate Professor, Physical TherapyDirector of Clinical Education

DPT, Utica CollegeMSW, Washburn UniversityBS, Physical Therapy, University of Kansas


Dr. Bradley joined the LIU DPT Program in 2016 bringing with her 30+ years of clinical experience, including 6 years of experience in PT education with expertise in accreditation. She began serving as the Director of Clinical Education in 2019. Dr. Bradley has a keen interest in the psychosocial aspects of patient care, non-cognitive skill development, and factors affecting student success. Dr. Bradley is active in APTA New York serving as a member of the Delegate Assembly and as a Delegate to the House. Additionally, she is currently serving on the PT Panel for the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education and is an Item Writer for the National Physical Therapy Exam through the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy. Her research interests include student remediation, holistic admissions, and the development of professional behaviors. Dr. Bradley moved to Brooklyn from Kansas and is now living with her husband (and kitty cat) in an apartment with an ocean view.


Geriatrics, Psychosocial Issues, PT Education Accreditation, Holistic Admissions, Remediation


Kirker K, O'Connell M, Bradley L, Torres-Panchame R, Masaracchio M. Manual therapy and exercise for adhesive capsulitis: A systematic review with meta-analysis. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy. 2023. In Press.

Lynam P. and Bradley L. Remediation of a student after a failed clinical practice experience: A case report. APTA NEXT Conference, Chicago, IL. June 2019.

Lectures and Presentations

Lynam, P. and Bradley, L. Remediation of a student after a failed clinical practice experience: A case report. APTA Next Conference, Chicago, IL. June 2019.