Dr. Barbara Bradley
Dr Bradley is a chiropractor, physical therapist, and board certified in nutrition and internal disorders. She began Bradley Chiropractic and Physical Therapy in 1991. She treats patients with a variety of chiropractic and physical therapy techniques; assesses patients’ health and wellness and recommends individualized diet, lifestyle and exercise plans.
Dr Bradley graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Physical Therapy and from Northwestern College of Chiropractic for her Doctor of Chiropractor degree. She has a Diplomate degrees from the American Chiropractic Association in Nutrition and Internal Disorders. Currently she is on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, and on the Executive Committee of the United States Canoe Association. She has volunteered internationally performing chiropractic care. Outside work, Dr Bradley enjoys competing in cross country skiing and marathon canoe paddling, and taking bike trips with her family.
- American Chiropractic Association
- American Physical Therapy Association
- American Chiropractic Association Council on Diagnosis and Internal Disorders
- American Chiropractic Association Council on Nutrition
- Wisconsin Chiropractic Association
- Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association
Dr. Zara Lackman
Dr. Zara Lackman is a member of the Bradley Chiropractic and Physical Therapy team. She is a board certified pediatric chiropractor. She works to empower parents with natural health options for themselves and their families. She offers a wide variety of chiropractic techniques individually tailored to each patient including soft tissue therapies and physical therapy modalities. She offers a gentle approach to infant and prenatal chiropractic care along with treatment options for the whole family.
She earned a diplomate in Chiropractic Pediatrics through Palmer College of Chiropractic. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. It was while working at Northwestern’s research Clinic she developed her passion for chiropractic care for pregnant mothers and infants. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology. She majored in biology at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
As an active member of the International Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics she is an advocate for natural healthcare treatments to assist with pregnancy related issues including back pain that arise out of the rapid physical and mechanical changes during pregnancy as well as infant latch and nursing issue after the delivery.
She believes that people should not need to resign themselves to pain or discomfort and provides holistic healthcare alternatives. As the mother of collegiate and highschool athletes with 20 years of service to her pediatric patients, sports injuries as well as repetitive use injuries are a special focus of her practice as well as drug free approaches to treat low back pain and headaches.
She enjoys cycling, hiking and skiing with her husband and two children as well as family camping trips and nature walks with her dog.