Almost eighteen years ago Paul decided to embark on a new career in Physiotherapy having become disillusioned with his chosen profession of hairdressing.

His choice of Physiotherapy was an easy one to make as he volunteered at numerous local sports clubs, assisting in the treatment and management of injury. He found this work so fulfilling that he decided to obtain further qualifications to assist in his new venture.

Over a four year period he obtained the Northern Institutes Remedial Massage diploma which lead to the Post graduate sports therapy diploma and an electrotherapy qualification.

Using these newly acquired qualifications Paul was successful in his application for the post of West Hull Physiotherapist where he spent five years. His association there also lead to positions with Humberside, Yorkshire and Great Britain Under 18's squads.

Such was Paul's reputation at this point he was approached by the prestigious Hull Kingston Rovers team to oversee the medical needs of their Academy and scholarship players.

Currently Paul maintains his links in all types of local sport and members of the general public of all ages and he is also the physiotherapist for the East Riding County FA representative squads.

Paul has recently seen an influx of dancers and gymnasts and problems that they incur during their activities. Paul has the use of fitness centres and gyms for rehabilitation and exercise depending on the severity of people’s problems.

Due to his caring and professional approach Paul has now become one of the most sought after therapists in the area. Such is the demand he has now opened a second practice at the Hull and East Riding squash club on Chanterlands Avenue, Hull.


Paul Bradford mcsp

Paul Bradford

In his younger days Paul enjoyed playing football as a budding left full back for local teams. he also progressed to a class one referee, so you know when your injured, Paul has been there and felt the same pain too.

In the treatment room Paul has a professional and caring approach and prides himself on being able to explain the injury and treatment process in a easy to understand language. He maintains a philosophy of treating the person and not just the problem.

Paul has a great working relationship with local hospitals and GP’s and can work closely with your Doctor to ensure a speedy recovery from your injury or ailment.

His membership of the Health Professions Council and also the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists confirms his status as a quality provider of physiotherapy treatment.

The atmosphere at his practice is friendly and relaxing and he is always available for a chat to ease any concerns you may have.


  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapists
  • Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council
  • Northern Institute of Massage
  • The Football Association
Paul also gained further qualifications in conjunction with the FA, in the treatment of injuries through the Football Association medical education centre.
In 2005 his hard work and dedication to the profession paid off when he was accepted for state registration and membership of the Health Professionals Council. At the same time he was also admitted to the Register of Members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Professional Memberships

Chartered Society of Physiotherapists:The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK's 47,000 chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and assistants.[http://www.csp.org]
Health & Care Professions Council: The HCPC are an independent, UK-wide health regulator who set standards of professional training, performance and conduct for thirteen professions. They keep a register of health professionals that are required to meet standards, and also take action if registered health professionals do not meet those standards. The HCPC was created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions order 2001. [http://www.hpc-uk.org]
National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapists: The National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapy (NAMMT) was founded in 2005 as a voluntary run Professional Association specifically for Massage and Manipulative Therapists. It is open to all who are qualified in massage to ITEC level 4 + or equal in their respective country. As it is now open world wide and has members from all over the world.. [http://www.nammt.co.uk]

Complimentary and National Healthcare Council: CNHC was established with government support to regulate complementary therapies. Their key purpose is to protect the public. The Department of Health has recommended that, where CNHC registers the complementary therapists in question, you consult with someone who is CNHC registered. [http://www.cnhc.org]

Northern Institute of Massage: The Northern Institute of Massage, founded in 1924, is a private independent tuition organization catering for the private practitioner in massage and allied therapies. [http://www.nim.co.uk]

The Society of Sports Therapists: The Society of Sports Therapists was established in 1990 to address the growing demands from sport and leisure on everyone involved in the management and care of injured participants. [http://www.society-of-sports-therapists.org]