About Dr. BradleyPaul S. Bradley, M.D. is a practicing Primary Care Physician and Obesity Specialist in Savannah, Georgia. For over 20 years now, he has been one of our nation's foremost researchers in the field of obesity and weight loss. In 2006, Dr. Bradley rallied a team of nearly forty physicians, encompassing multiple specialties, all of whom expressed the same dissatisfaction with the current state of American health care. Together, they founded Ourlife Health in order to address the mounting obesity crisis, with the goal of providing an affordable approach to weight loss and better health care for all. Over the course of his career, Dr. Bradley has treated thousands of patients who struggle with their weight, and so his first step was to formulate a program that would offer patients an alternative to yo-yo dieting, the never-ending list of medications so often prescribed and the even more drastic approach of surgery. The result, the OurSkinny Weight Loss Program, has been the key to weight loss success for a growing community of satisfied customers who call it, "The Easiest Diet Ever." A graduate of Tulane University and the Emory University School of Medicine, Dr. Bradley is also Professor of Internal Medicine at Mercer University's School of Medicine.
In his own words:
- "In practice, I've found that more medication does not mean better health. In fact, just the opposite has become strikingly clear. By increasing activity levels and reducing calories, medications can be decreased and often eliminated. This is the foundation of true preventative medicine."
- "By spending more time with our patients, and truly encouraging diet and exercise, we can not only make you healthier, but save you money. The problem is, as primary care physicians, we simply don't have enough time. That's where Ourlife Health can play a role in driving change.”
- “That's my mission: to change the way we see our patients, ultimately changing the face of health care forever. It starts with diet and nutrition… and we focus on transforming one life at a time... with the goal of improving medical outcomes and reducing health care costs, while at the same time optimizing quality of life."