Dr. Bailie featured in Orthopedics Today discussing “in-office” arthroscopy. Click: HERE
Dr. Bailie believes there is a future for regenerative medicine in the care of patients with orthopedic injury and arthritis. He has been working with the FDA and with industry for over a decade on these promising treatments. However, he has stated many times that too many patients are being duped with paying cash for
AZ Institutue for Sports Knees and Shoulders awarded the winner of the BEST OF TEMPE Award 2020 in HEALTHCAREken sherman2020-03-19T08:20:43+00:00
Dr Bailie and his team at AzISKS were honored to be awarded the best healthcare organization in Tempe in 2020. We are are grateful to serve our patients and the community with exceptional care in Orthopedic Surgery Tempe Award Program Honors the Achievement TEMPE March 12, 2020 -- Azisks Arizona Institute for Sports, Knees, and
Dr Bailie, who serves as Chief Medical Advisor for Integrated Endoscopy in Irvine, California, is proud to announce the global release of the Nuvis Disposable Arthroscopy System. This product is unlike any other in the industry and will improve quality of care for hundreds of thousands of patients who have an endoscopic procedure.
Drs Llinas and Bailie To Present Original Research at the European ESSKA in Madrid Spain in November, 2019ken sherman2020-05-04T16:27:41+00:00
Dr. Bailie, in conjunction with his Dr. PJ Llinas from Cali, Colombia present their original research at the European ESSKA Specialty Day meeting in Madrid Spain November 8-9, 2019.
Dr. Bailie has always had the philosophy that physicians should only use evidenced-based medicine and avoid unproven or detrimental treatment. This is true even when the treatment has been used for decades as the common “standard of care”. One example is the use of steroid injections for alleviating arthritis pain in the joint. Some physicians
It is not the cost of “healthcare” that is rising but the cost of HEALTH INSURANCE because of the need for insurance companies to maximize PROFIT OVER YOUR HEALTH.ken sherman2019-07-23T07:38:09+00:00
UnitedHealth Group saw its revenue and net income increase in the second quarter of 2019, buoyed by growth in its Medicare and Optum lines. UnitedHealth recorded total revenues of $60.6 billion in the second quarter ended June 30, up 8 percent from $56.1 billion in the same quarter a year prior, according to financial documents.