Clinical Advisory Team
The Arthrex Clinical Advisory team is a division of the Department of Medical Affairs. Arthrex is committed to ensuring health care professionals are appropriately informed to the best of our ability on all relevant product use information they consider necessary for optimal treatment of their patients. Health care professionals who have questions about the use or application of an Arthrex product are welcome to contact the Clinical Advisory team directly by email or phone at any time.
Contact the Clinical Advisory Team
Phone: (866) 873-3668
Jamie Bradshaw, PA-C, MPAS
Director, Clinical Advisory Division
Mr. Bradshaw is originally from Lakeland, Florida. He spent much of his career serving in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Bradshaw was selected for physician assistant training leading to his commissioning as an officer in the Navy Medical Service Corps. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in physician assistant studies from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and went on to earn a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from the University of Nebraska. He attended the Navy Orthopedic Surgery Fellowship program for PAs. In 2008, Mr. Bradshaw retired from the Navy as a Lieutenant Commander with 22 years of service. He moved to Naples in 2010 to join the Arthrex Medical Education team, focusing on distal extremity surgery and orthobiologics. He later managed Representative and Online Education. In 2021, Mr. Bradshaw assumed additional duties as Director of the Clinical Advisory Division in the Department of Medical Affairs.
Bethlyn Katz, PA-C
Senior Clinical Advisory Specialist, Clinical Advisory Division
Mrs. Katz is originally from Long Island, New York. Her passion for sports medicine began while earning her Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training. After working as a certified athletic trainer for two years with an NCAA Division I Sports Program on Long Island, she pursued a degree in physician assistant studies from Hofstra University. As a board-certified physician assistant, Mrs. Katz practiced orthopedic surgery for seven years under a sports medicine fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, specializing in shoulder, knee, and hip arthroscopy, as well as musculoskeletal ultrasound. She joined the Medical Education Sports and Arthroplasty team in 2017. She soon moved to take a leading role in providing education for the Orthobiologics product line. In 2022, Mrs. Katz transitioned over to the Clinical Advisory Division as a Senior Clinical Advisory Specialist.