For Bradford Cotten, medical treatment begins and ends with his patient’s trust. He loves building the kind of open and honest relationships that lead to better medical services and, often, to connections that last well after patients no longer need care. Cotten says his easygoing and approachable manner was learned from shadowing his father, whose dream was to one day work with him.
Cotten’s interest in chiropractic medicine began with his own successful treatment. An avid outdoorsman, he suffered from neck pains so acute he could barely turn his head while deer hunting. A visit to a local chiropractor’s office cured him of that pain. After encouragement from his father, Cotten graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic and returned to Albany to serve his hometown by establishing an innovative medical practice. Dr. Cotten is a member of First United Methodist Church of Albany. He enjoys all the outdoor recreational activities that southwest Ga has to offer.