Prior to Navy, Bradshaw spent two years as Warrior Athlete Reconditioning Program Coordinator at the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Battalion in Norfolk, Virginia.
Bradshaw was associate athletic trainer at Stevenson from 2010-12, where he worked with the football, women's basketball and baseball programs.
Bradshaw spent six years as an assistant athletic trainer at Towson from 2004-09 where he worked with the Tigers' football and basketball teams. Prior to that, he spent one season as an athletic trainer for the Baltimore Orioles at the team's spring training facility in Sarasota, Florida in charge of the players' long-term rehabilitation and post-surgical care.
In 2004, Bradshaw was assigned to serve as the head athletic trainer for the Greek baseball team during the Olympics in Athens, Greece by Orioles owner Peter Angelos, who was the team's principal organizer and chief financial supporter.
A 2002 graduate and Dean's List student at Salisbury, Bradshaw earned his bachelor of science degree in athletic training before going on to receive a master of science in education with a concentration in health promotions at Virginia Tech in 2003. As a graduate assistant in sports medicine, he worked with the Hokies' football team who went 10-4 and defeated Air Force in the inaugural Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl (now Emerald Bowl).
Bradshaw is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and is very active with the organization at the state level. He serves as the webmaster for the Maryland Athletic Trainers' Association (MATA) on the organization's Legislative Committee. He has also been an invited speaker at various sports medicine symposiums, speaking on topics ranging from heat illness and hydration to hip and shoulder injuries.
Bradshaw and his wife, Beth, currently reside in Pikesville.