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Biography

Brad is a staff physical therapist at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush in Munster, Indiana. He is a graduate of Saint Louis University, where he earned degrees in exercise science and physical therapy. While there, he completed a specialty rotation in shoulder and elbow rehab under Todd Ellenbecker, where he worked closely with professional tennis and baseball athletes. He then completed a one-year post-doctoral residency in orthopedics at the University of Chicago. There, he trained with internationally recognized surgeons and clinicians and developed a passion for understanding post-surgical rehabilitation of the hip, shoulder, elbow, knee, spine, foot and ankle.

Brad is a board certified orthopedic specialist physical therapist and hip preservation specialist. In addition, he is a certified Graston provider with an interest in functional movement assessment and motor control-specific rehabilitation. Brad has a passion for research and education. He has lectured at the local and state level at professional conferences. In addition, he assists in teaching students in area medical schools, physical therapy, and physical therapist assistant programs as well as being a clinical instructor for several universities around the country.

He is avid tennis player and enjoys treating professional and non-professional athletes alike. Brad spends his time out of the clinic with his wife and two young children traveling, hiking, and swimming.

Education / Certifications

  • Undergraduate Degree
    Exercise Science
  • Graduate Degree
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy
  • Residency
    University of Chicago
  • Certification
    OCS, Dry needling provider, Graston provider
  • Profesional Associations
    APTA Orthopedic and Research section

Dr. Bradley Allison, PT joined Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush on February 13th, 2019. Patient satisfaction ratings will be published once there is sufficient data.

Physician Office Locations

Munster Indiana Office

9200 Calumet Avenue
Suite 300
Munster, IN 46321