Alejandro Badia, MD, FACS is a hand and upper extremity orthopedic surgeon based in Miami, FL (read about “Badia Hand to Shoulder Center“). Learn what are the most common Hand conditions and treatments, as well as hand injuries in athletes. Consultations may be scheduled via phone by calling (305)227-4263 or internet by completing this online form. Virtual consultations available for domestic and international patients who cannot travel at this time, or prefer to do an initial consultation, follow up e-visit or 2nd opinion from the comfort of their home or office.
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As published on Verywell Health: "The 8 Best Arthritis Gloves of 2021" By Sarah Bradley June 10, 2021 The article starts with a statement that "arthritis pain is a literal pain," and how even mild arthritis can make it hard to go about your daily life. It goes on to explain that’s especially true when the ache is located in your hands. "If you have arthritic pain in your hands,[...]
As published on EverydayHealth.com March 22, 2021 In Dupuytren’s contracture, one or more fingers are pulled toward the palm. Here are six signs you may notice if you have Dupuytren’s contracture: You feel a bump in your palm. You can’t open your hand to perform everyday tasks. You can no longer open your hand completely. Your hand is tender and itchy. Your hand doesn’t[...]
As published on EverydayHealth.com March 22, 2021 Patients develop greater and greater amounts of scar tissue that can pull on itself, or contract. Unlike a rubber band that can snap back, this tissue ends up getting tighter and tighter... Eventually, this tissue may thicken and develop into cords that pull one or more fingers down toward the palm, making it difficult to straighten[...]
As published on Healthtechhotspot.com February 23, 2021 Is Pokemon Coming to a Physician’s Practice Near You? Is Pokemon coming to a health care clinic near you? “Quite possibly,” according to orthopedic surgeon Alejandro Badia, MD, FACS, who has introduced a gaming-like system to his own practice. He says the new technology – called augmented reality — is rapidly growing[...]