Thomas Bradbury, MD

Thomas 
             
            Bradbury, 
                MD
Emory Clinic

Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Emory Healthcare Network Physician
Specialties:
Orthopaedic Surgery (Board certified since 2009)
Areas of Clinical Interest:
arthritis
hip arthroplasty
hip replacement
knee arthroplasty
knee replacement
knee surgery
osteoarthritis
Office(s) Locations:
Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center
1459 Montreal Rd Ste 304
Tucker, GA 30084
404 778-3350
About Dr. Bradbury

Dr. Bradbury enjoys hip and knee arthroplasty because of the consistency of success in the properly selected patient. Dr. Bradbury's professional goal is the improvement in quality of life for patients with pain secondary to hip and knee problems. He recently began providing online hip surgery consultations to help determine whether patients are eligible for hip surgery, prior to being seen in a clinic setting. 

His research interests center around infections involving hip and knee replacements which are rare, but difficult problems. Dr. Bradbury is researching the success rate of current treatment methods for hip and knee replacement infections caused by resistant bacteria (MRSA). Through his research, he hopes to find better way to both prevent and treat periprosthetic hip and knee infections.  

Year Started Practicing: 2006
Year Started Practicing at Emory: 2007
Education:
Medical School
Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA

Internship
Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN

Residency
Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN

Fellowship
Presbyterian Orthopaedic Hospital, Charlotte, NC