Bradley DundasOsteopathic Manual Practitioner
Bradley is a recent transplant to Nova Scotia from Ontario, where he graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Master of Osteopathic Manual Science (MOMSc.) in 2012, meeting the World Health Organization’s Benchmarks for Training in Osteopathy. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology and Pharmacology from the University of Western Ontario. Bradley achieved registration as a Cardiology Technologist and received training as an Autopsy Master while working at the London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC).
Bradley worked at London Health Sciences Centre for ten years and gained valuable experience working in the departments of Nursing, Non-invasive Cardiac Testing, Pulmonary Functions Testing and Pathology. Bradley spent most of his career, however, as a Sales Executive in the healthcare sector. For 20 years Mr. Dundas sold pharmaceuticals, opto-electronics, imaging, software, automation and robotics to physicians, pharmacists, hospitals and universities across Canada and the US. Having determined that the corporate healthcare model falls short of meeting Canadians’ wellness needs, Bradley became an osteopathic manual practitioner and ran a solo practice in London, Ontario for 7 years. He has also worked with a private clinic treating medically-discharged Federal First Responders who have PTSD.