Hand & Upper Limb Orthopedic Blog
Summary of the most recent blog posts from Orthopedic Surgeon Alejandro Badia, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Here you can find blog entries written by Dr. Badia, discussing various topics of interest within the orthopedic world.
The Lipogems procedure is an innovative adipose tissue technology that is designed to harvest, concentrate and transfer a patient's very own adipose-derived stem cells in order to accelerate healing and regenerate damaged tissue. The fat is collected from your midsection or “love handle” area. What is the Lipogems Procedure? Lipogems is simple, minimally invasive procedure [...]
Advantages of Arthroscopic Surgery for Shoulder Injury: Some Shoulder Solutions Just a ‘Keyhole’ AwayPosted on Monday, August 30th, 2021
Shoulder Surgeon Dr. Alejandro Badia Discusses Surgical Advances; Offers Tips for Healthy Shoulders By Dr. Alejandro Badia, distributed via PRWEB on August 24, 2021 Minimally invasive surgery often serves as both key and “keyhole” for diagnosing and treating several of the most common shoulder disorders, namely rotator cuff injuries, labrum (SLAP) tears, and unstable shoulder [...]
It’s time that Orthopedics be Considered a Primary Care Specialty so that Seniors Can Get Early and Proper Diagnosis and Treatment. By Dr. Alejandro Badia, distributed via PRWEB on August 4, 2021 People may refer to life after retirement as the “golden years,” but aging of bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, and nerves – particularly in the hands, wrists, and shoulders -- [...]
Shoulder Specialist Orthopedist Dr. Badia Offers Tips to Reduce Injury Risks to the Shoulder Joint By Dr. Alejandro Badia, distributed via PRWEB on June 30, 2021 For golfers and tennis players, it’s “summertime and the livin’ is easy.” Easy, that is, until a player’s shoulder becomes what a popular song calls “achy breaky” from overindulgence in these activities, [...]
Hand and Upper Limb Orthopedic Surgeon and founder of OrthoNOW Dr. Alejandro Badia Calls for ‘Right Clinician at Right Time;’ Offers Work Safety Tips More than 90 percent of all work-related trauma is orthopedic in nature, yet oftentimes the injured employee is sent to an occupational health center – or even a hospital emergency department -- where practitioners may have limited [...]
How it all started? Wrist Injury Megan Stockman is a Professional Aerialist who experienced a wrist injury named Kienbock's Disease, which is a condition where the blood supply to one of the small bones in the wrist, the lunate, is interrupted. Bone is living tissue that requires a regular supply of blood for nourishment. If the blood supply to a bone stops, the bone can die. This [...]