President of the Arizona Institute for Shoulder and Knee Surgery and with degrees from the University of Michigan, Indiana University, Northwestern University and Baylor Sports Medicine Institute, Dr. Bailie is a recognized leader in knee and shoulder surgery and a frequent invited lecturer and Orthopedic course instructor around the world. He has patents in the United States and Europe, and has contributed to the development of several sports medicine implants and shoulder replacement devices. He has published and presented his research and outcomes over the years at small specialty courses, as well as, large multi-national meetings, attended by thousands of medical professionals, in the U.S. and abroad.
Dr. Bailie also has been requested to serve in a variety of administrative roles over the course of his career. These include consultant to numerous orthopedic device companies (e.g. Biomet, Smith-Nephew, Arthrex, Breg, PLUS Orthopedics, Tornier, ORATEC and others), Chief of Orthopedic Surgery and Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea (now HonorHealth), medical advisor to medical technology startups, healthcare information technology and regenerative medicine companies and team physician/medical staff member for numerous high schools, Division I, II AND III NCAA sports, multiple professional sports teams (including several NBA, NFL, WNBA, NHL, Major and Minor League Baseball, Indoor Arena Football), Olympic programs, PGA Tour, ATP Tennis (including Women’s Fed Cup Team) and many amateur and professional sporting events (e.g. marathons, triathlons). He has served on the board and provided expertise for both profit (non-profit) entities.