Dr. Bradley Gipson was born in Knoxville Tennessee. He graduated from Cumberland University with a BS in Biology and did graduate work at UT in medical Microbiology. He graduated from Barry University in 2003 with his doctorate in Podiatric Medicine. He did his postdoctoral internship at the Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Miami FL and Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami Florida. He then completed his surgical residency program in foot and ankle reconstruction surgery at the Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Miami Florida, where he was chief resident. While living in Miami, he enjoyed snorkeling and intercoastal fishing, canoeing in the everglades and developed a love for Cuban food and Cuban coffee. In 2006 Dr. Gipson moved back home to Tennessee. He has worked for Apple Health and Wellness since 2011 and was an attending physician at the Ft. Sanders Regional Wound Center for 6 years. In 2012 he married his wife Mary, and in 2013 they had their daughter Elizabeth. Dr. Gipson enjoys fishing, hiking in the mountains and sport shooting. He competes in IDPA handgun competitions. He also enjoys riding his bike with his wife and daughter.