Christa Bradley MPH, PA-C serves as the PA & NP Coordinator at NMCI Clinic Inc. Mrs. Bradley was raised in Alaska. She has traveled extensively and has intermediate Spanish speaking skills.
Mrs. Bradley has a special interest in diabetes. She received her Physician Assistant training at Stanford School of Medicine, Primary Care Associate Program (PCAP) in 2003 and received her Master in Public Health in a joint program with Stanford School of Medicine and San Jose State University, 2005. Her BA in Latin American Studies was from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1993.
As well as working at NMCI Clinic Inc. Ms. Bradley was a part-time teacher at the Stanford School of Medicine, PCAP for 10 years. She has also taught at the University of California San Jose.
At NMCI Clinic Inc. she provides the following services:
Treatment for patients with musculoskeletal complaints, trigger point injections, cortisone joint injections, electrical stimulation trials, depression & sleep hygiene screenings and treatment, biofeedback, exercise programs, weight screenings, evaluation for change in established sexual patterns secondary to pain, changes in activities of daily living, cervical traction trials, A&D of abscess, minor stitches.
She has also procured grants and organized numerous diabetes and hypertension community screenings at NMCI Clinic Inc.
Ms. Bradley’s past medical experience has included: Peace Corps health care, and appropriate technology volunteer, São Tomé e Principe, Africa. Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic training. Emergency Medical Technician San Jose, California. Home Health Care provider for Parkinson’s disease patient Atherton, California. Community Health Representative for the Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, San Jose, California.
Age-Appropriate Guidelines for Self-Care of Children with Diabetes 8/04 Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley
Contributing author for Project Go and published writer for JAAPA: Helping veterans attend their mental health appointments. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 2015;28 (12).
Ministry of Health, São Tomé e Principe, Africa
As a Course Coordinator and a Project Advisor for Stanford’s PCAP Program, my students’ community health projects were accepted at Stanford School of Medicine’s Annual Community Health Symposium (2011 to 2015).
Article written about Mrs. Bradley: PAs Caring for the Undeserved: Day Workers and Occupational Health by Margaret Allen, PA-C, CAPA News March/April, 2012
At NMCI Medical Clinic, we specialize in treatment for pain and injuries at work. We specialize in all aspects of pain management care, including the diagnosis and treatment of the spine, shoulder, elbow, knee, hand and foot disorders, trauma, arthritis, injuries from work-related injuries. We can help resolve work related injuries and relieve the suffering of pain. If you are in pain, call us today! (888) 810-6624