Areas of clinical interest
From tension-type headaches to analgesic-dependent headache, Dr Bradbury has three decades experience of treating this common but disruptive condition.
A migraine sufferer himself, Dr Bradbury understands the pain and frustration experienced by many patients – it is not just another headache. Whilst he would never guarantee no more headaches, most patients can be helped with the appropriate individual care.
Whether in the early or advanced stages, Dr Bradbury has diagnosed and cared for sufferers of Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders for more than 30 years.
Seizures and unexplained loss of consciousness may be attributed to epilepsy. Accurate diagnosis aids correct treatment but more than 20% of patients are wrongly labelled as suffering from epilepsy. Dr Bradbury has been a clinical lead in epilepsy for many years.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the commonest disabling neurological disease for young people. With the advent of more successful drug therapies there has been an increased need for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Dr Bradbury has been involved in the management of MS patients since 1980.
Dr Peter Bradbury FRCP
Accredited as a Consultant Neurologist since 1984, Dr Bradbury trained at Oxford University and later at St Georges Hospital. After his general medical training he returned to Oxford as a research fellow, then completing his neurological training at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
Appointed Consultant Neurologist to The Royal London Hospital and Broomfield Hospital in 1987, Dr Bradbury was the clinical lead in Neurology for over two decades. Dr Bradbury is a Consultant Neurologist at the London Clinic where he sees private patients. He also sees patients privately at Springfield Hospital, Chelmsford.