Brad Robbins, PA-C / Tupelo

Brad Robbins, a native of Myrtle, MS, is excited to be establishing one of North Mississippi’s first mid-level clinics for acute, chronic, and non-surgical orthopaedic conditions. Possessing over 15 years of sports medicine experience, Brad brings a vast amount of knowledge and training to the Tupelo area. After graduating from Myrtle High School, Brad received a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of Mississippi in 2002. In 2003, he received a master’s degree in athletic training from Indiana State University. Brad joined Mitias Orthopaedics in New Albany in 2004. Brad received a second master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Bethel University in 2011. Since then he has provided North Mississippi and West Memphis with quality orthopaedic care.

Cassie Allred, PA-C Holly Springs

Cassie Allred practiced orthopaedics previously with Mitias Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in New Albany. A graduate of Ole Miss, she began the journey to become a doctor of chiropractic medicine. She completed her studies at Logan College of Chiropractics in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and a doctorate’s degree in chiropractics. While practicing as a chiropractor, Cassie felt the urge to expand her skills and went back to school. Cassie graduated from Bethel University in 2013 with a master’s degree in physician assistant studies. Cassie adds a diverse skill set including modern medicine and advanced chiropractic techniques along with a vast array of knowledge and experience to our practice.

Bradley Dillon, NP Corinth

Bradley Dillon, a Columbus, MS native, joined the OrthoXpress team in 2017. He is a 2006 graduate of New Hope High School. After high school, Brad continued his education at the Mississippi University for Women. He completed his studies in 2011 obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing. While working as a surgical intensive care nurse at North Mississippi Medical Center, Brad went back to school and completed his master’s degree in nursing. He became a family nurse practitioner in 2017 and began focusing on orthopaedic medicine, training under Dr. Johnny Mitias, orthopaedic surgeon. Brad is eager to serve this community by providing quality, accessible, and available orthopaedic care.

Dr. Jared Spicer, DPM Oxford

Dr. Jared Spicer, a Pocatello, Idaho native, has been servicing the city of Oxford and surrounding areas for the past three years in the field of podiatry. He is a 2006 graduate of Idaho State University with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish while minoring in Biology. He completed his medical school/training at Temple University in 2013. He completed his surgical residency while in Phoenix, AZ, focusing on the most advanced and current surgical options. As a podiatrist, Dr. Spicer possesses a vast skill set to treat a wide range of foot and ankle problems. From those with diabetic related complications, to the weekend warrior, Dr. Spicer wants to improve your quality of life from the ground up and get you back on your feet.

Brandy Blanton, FNP-C Starkville

Brandy Blanton, a Louisville, MS native, joined the OrthoXpress team in February of 2019. She is a 2000 graduate of Winston Academy. She continued her education and received her nursing degree at Meridian Community College in 2011.  She completed her studies in 2012 by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing at the Mississippi University for Women while working as a registered nurse at Oktibbeha County Hospital on the post-operative and orthopaedic floor. Brandy went back to school and completed her master’s degree in nursing. In 2016 she became a nurse practitioner and began focusing on orthopaedic medicine, training under orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Robert Allen Butler. Brandy worked alongside Dr. Butler for three years servicing Starkville and West Point. In 2019, Brandy joined the OrthoXpress team to continue her love for orthopaedics and is eager to serve Starkville and the surrounding area with
quality, accessible, and available orthopaedic care.

Brandye Wilson, PA-C Southaven

Brandye Blanton, PA-C

Brandye wilson, a Jonesboro, AR native, joined the OrthoXpress team in the Fall of 2019. Upon graduating high school in 2002, Brandye began studying biochemistry at Freed-Hardeman university. She completed these studies in may of 2006, obtaining her bachelor’s degree. Later that same year she began her journey to become a Physician Assistant. In 2008 she graduate from Harding University with a master’s degree in physician assistant studies. After graduation she began working at a local internal medicine clinic but it was easily seen that she had a natural desire and passion for orthopaedic medicine. In 2012 she began working as an orthopaedic Physician Assistant at Jonesboro Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. She stayed on board there for approximately 7 years before moving over to the OrthoXpress team. She possesses a vast knowledge of orthopaedics and modern treatment options. She is eager and ready to serve Southaven and the surrounding areas with quality, accessible, reliable orthopaedic care.quality, accessible, and available orthopaedic care.

Tina Bryan, FNP-C Oxford

Tina Bryan, FNP-C

Tina Bryan, an Oxford, MS native, joined the OrthoXpress team in January 2019. Tina is a 1985 graduate of Oxford High School. She continued her education and received her Licensed Practical Nursing degree at Northwest Community College in 1997. She received her nursing degree at Excelsior College in 2006. She completed her studies in 2010 by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing at the Mississippi University for Women. While working as a registered nurse at Baptist Memorial Hospital North Mississippi on the medical-surgical and orthopaedic floor, Tina completed her master’s degree in nursing in 2018. After becoming a Nurse Practitioner, she began focusing on orthopaedic medicine, training under Dr. Johnny Mitias, orthopaedic surgeon. Tina is eager to serve the Oxford and surrounding communities by providing quality, accessible, and available orthopaedic care.