Bradley A. Finer
- Northwestern Health Clinic Bloomington
- College of Chiropractic
- Graston Technique
- Neurological disorders
- Family and sports chiropractic
I am a doctor of chiropractic at the Northwestern Health Clinic Bloomington and a professor for Northwestern Health Sciences University. At the University, I teach physical diagnosis, chiropractic methods and Graston Technique, an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique.
I have been in practice since 1982. I have experience providing general family chiropractic and sports chiropractic. I have specialized training in disorders that affect nerves such as pinched nerves, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, and disc problems. I also enjoy treating athletes.
I have expertise in treating pain-causing and function-limiting disorders of the spine and the extremities. I treat conditions related to soft tissue, tendon, ligament, fascia and joint dysfunction of the spine and of the extremities, including tendonitis, fasciitis and myofasciitis.
- Bergmann, T., Finer, B. (2000, September). Back to basics: joint assessment – PARTS. Topics in Clinical Chiropractic, 7 (3), 1-10.
- Keating, JC., et al. (1990, October). Interexaminer reliability of eight evaluative dimensions of lumbar segmental abnormality. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 13 (8).
- Stude, DE., et al. (1998, June). A conservative approach for a patient with traumatically induced urinary incontinence. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 21 (5).
- Diplomate, American Chiropractic Academy of Neurology, 1992
- Doctor of Chiropractic - Northwestern College of Chiropractic, 1982