Dr. Bradley Poppie, DPT, CLCP, CFCE, CSCS
Owner/CEO of Injury Reporting Consultants, LLC
Dr. Bradley Poppie founded IRC to help attorneys resolve personal injury cases through evidence-based medical analysis and reporting. That was over 20 years ago, and today he continues that work with a team of dedicated medical professionals using their knowledge to ensure fair outcomes for all parties in personal injury cases. A Denver, CO native, Poppie received a baccalaureate degree from Colorado State University in Exercise and Sport Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine and a double minor in Anatomy and Neurobiology in 1997. He earned the prestigious credential of Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and completed a Master of Physical Therapy from Gannon University in 2000. In 2011, Poppie continued his education and received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado.
Poppie is credentialed by the International Commission on Health Care Certification as a Certified Life Care Planner and by Occupro as a Certified Functional Capacity Evaluator.
Poppie has 20 years of personal injury experience as both a treating clinician and as a retained expert in trial and works hand-in-hand with case managers, vocational rehabilitation specialists, accident reconstructionists, independent medical doctors, and economists to provide a viable pathway for both plaintiff and defense attorneys to help obtain a fair settlement based on ethics, research, and evidence-based standards of care.
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