Physician Bio

Bradly S. Goodman MD
Areas of Expertise: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Interventional Pain Management, Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Sports Medicine

Medical Degree: Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA

Residency: Emory University Hospital Atlanta, GA

Education: Vanderbilt University College of Arts and Sciences Nashville, TN

American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Subspecialty Sports Medicine American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
St. Vincent’s East Hospital St. Vincent’s Birmingham Hospital Outpatient Services East Outpatient Care Center Grandview Medical Center Princeton Medical Center

Dr. Bradly S. Goodman joined Alabama Ortho Spine and Sports in 1994 as one of the first interventional Physical Medicine doctors in the country. He is a leader in minimally invasive interventional therapies. These therapies treat a variety of conditions without the risks of surgery.

He is a national instructor and lecturer for the Spinal Intervention Society, the North American Spine Society, and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In 2008, he was awarded the PASSOR distinguished clinician award for his contributions to teaching intervention to physicians from all over the country.

He is an editor for the atlas of Spinal Intervention, the leading book on minimally invasive techniques. He has published extensively on topics from kyphoplasty to spinal interventional guidelines.

Dr. Goodman is the first physician in the country to offer Superion, a minimally invasive implant to treat spinal stenosis to help patients avoid major decompressive spine surgery and fusion. He is a Principal Investigator and key opinion leader in Regenerative Stem Cell Therapies.

He received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt where he was captain of the varsity tennis team and was the scholar athlete of the year in 1986.

He was the Alabama tennis player of the year in 2010.

Dr. Goodman received his medical degree and did his residency training at Emory University.

He has two children. His son, Ben, attends Claremont McKenna College in California and his daughter, Anna Lisa, attends Indian Springs School.

Procedures: Superion