Dr. Corradini was raised on a farm in the Milton area. It was there at a very early age he developed a love and admiration for animals. Besides caring for the animals on the farm he started working with thoroughbred horses on race tracks around Ontario, eventually working as a veterinary assistant to Dr. Alan McKay. He graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1982, following which he practiced in the Ottawa Valley at Belleview Equine Clinic. In 1985 he purchased Alliston, Tottenham and Bradford Animal Clinics and formed Simcoe Veterinary Associates.
It was soon after that the Bradford Animal Clinic was expanded to a full hospital and in 1999 was moved to its present location at 35 John Street West.
Dr. Corradini was one of the first veterinarians to offer soft tissue ultrasonography to both horses and small animals in Ontario. He holds multiple certification in both small and large animal ultrasonography and has given presentations and lectures to both veterinarians and horsemen on ultrasonography. Through his work with ultrasonography and soft tissue injury he has been sought after from both equine and canine athletes for diagnosis and treatment of sport related injuries.
He served on numerous committees at the University of Guelph, as well as serving on the Research Review Committee for the Veterinary College, Chair of the Equine Research and Services Committee for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). He is Past President of the Ontario Association of Equine Veterinarians and as President of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association in 2000, following which he served as the Canadian Board Delegate to the American Association of Equine Practitioners(AAEP).
He has maintained a strong commitment to continuing education attending conferences and courses on different topics of veterinary medicine and surgery, as well as being a contributing guest of his Royal Highness Mohammed bin Rasid Al Maktoum of Dubai at the 1st International Symposium on Soft Tissue Injuries of the Horse. He has mentored many hopeful veterinary candidates as well as trained many co-op students and extern veterinary students and associates.
Dr. Corradini has received citations from municipal, provincial and federal governments for his community work. He has been a show veterinarian at many fairs and all levels of horse competitions, and for this the Ontario Equestrian Federation has presented him with an Award for Outstanding Volunteer Contributions.
Dr. Corradini lives on a farm west of Bradford with his family. An experienced horseman, he has shown horses both on the line, under saddle and presently trains and shows pleasure driving horses. He enjoys gardening and is a regular competitor in many of the local fairs.