Dr. Brad Fullerton obtained his MD from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and PM&R residency at the Graduate Hospital/University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He has been in a primarily musculoskeletal private practice in Austin, TX, since 1997 while pursuing varied interests such as starting Austin’s first neuromuscular pulmonary clinic, serving 12 years as medical director for the pediatric spasticity clinic at Dell Children’s Medical Center, and research opportunities/training with the University of Pittsburgh and University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Dr. Fullerton began training in regenerative injection (prolotherapy) in 1999 and in musculoskeletal ultrasonography in 2001. He is a published author in these fields and has presented nationally and internationally on these topics, including at the American Academy of PMR, Argentine Association of PMR, University of Wisconsin, American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine, Texas Medical Association, University of Pittsburgh, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and the National Institutes of Health. He is past president of the Texas PMR Society and current president of the American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine.
Dr. Fullerton’s primary research interests now focus on the clinical application of Biotensegrity concepts in physical examination, ultrasonography, and regenerative injection.