Todd W. Bradshaw M.D.
Shoulders, Knees & Sports Medicine
Dr. Bradshaw is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. His special interests are knee and shoulder problems. Dr. Bradshaw’s patients range from high school athletes to weekend warriors and active adults.
Dr. Bradshaw grew up on a cotton farm outside of Lubbock, TX. He graduated from Sundown High School and then proceeded to Texas Tech University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Cell & Molecular Biology.
Dr. Bradshaw completed medical school and Orthopedic Surgery residency at Texas Tech Health Science Center in Lubbock. He then chose to further his training by completing an Orthopedic Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of New Mexico. During his fellowship, Dr. Bradshaw served as an associate team physician for the University of New Mexico. He learned the newest techniques in arthroscopic shoulder and knee surgery. He treated patients that ranged from high school and Division I collegiate athletes to active adults.
“I chose Orthopedic Surgery because it allows me to restore form and function to my patients. I particularly enjoy interacting with active individuals and young athletes. Helping an athlete return to their previous level of activity is my passion.”
Dr. Bradshaw has held the prestigious title of Super Doctor by TEXAS MONTHLY magazine since 2019.
Special expertise and additional training in:
Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
Arthroscopic treatment of shoulder instability and labral tears
Throwing injuries of the shoulder and elbow
Shoulder arthritis and shoulder replacement
Knee ligament injuries
Knee cartilage and meniscus surgery
Dr. Bradshaw is married to Heather, a Nurse Practitioner. They have two children. He is an avid sports fan. He enjoys outdoor activities, including golf, fishing, water sports and flying.