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 shoulder problems, including Rotator Cuff Tears. Consultations may be scheduled via phone by calling (305) 227-4263 or internet by completing this online form.
The Bioinductive Implant helped this patient with a shoulder injury Watch this video that shows the testimonial from Captain Don Hillard, Monroe County Sheriff's Office Florida Keys. Captain Hillard was injured during Hurricane Irma recovery efforts. The pain was limiting his ability to work and live his life. Pain was severe enough that we needed to offer him a solution, Captain[...]
As published on PPM News: The EPAT treatment doesn't leave scars, requires no anesthesia, and has no down time. August 24, 2021 As shared by Dr. Badia on PracticalPainManagement.com, there are many benefits to the Shockwave Therapy (EPAT) procedure to improve the range of motion and lessen the pain from adhesive capsulitis (better known as “frozen shoulder”). Alejandro Badia,[...]
Right Thumb and Left Collarbone See full video of the interview with Officer Ramirez. To learn more info about upper limb injuries, please visit our common orthopedic conditions page, or call Badia Hand to Shoulder at . Officer Ramirez Patient Testimonial There are no words to express how grateful I am for stepping foot inside Dr. Badia's office after being involved in a[...]
As published on "Health is Action" magazine Fall/Winter 2020 Painful, arthritic hips, knees or shoulders can make even the simplest movements impossible. To regain mobility, more people in their 40s, 50s and 60s are deciding joint replacement surgery (arthroplasty) is the smartest choice. And if you’re in your 70s or 80s, joint replacement can allow you to continue to live independently. Get[...]
As published on wagmag.com May 10, 2021 Total joint replacement or reverse shoulder arthroplasty may be necessary if the patient is of advanced age or the shoulder disorder involves a rotator cuff tear; structural damage — like a fracture — to the ball-and-socket joint; or presence of extensive disease, including inflammatory arthritis, osteonecrosis and post-injury degeneration[...]
As published on Greatist.com April 12, 2021 The shoulder shrug is one of the few exercises that works just one muscle,” says Alejandro Badia, MD, board-certified hand, wrist, and upper extremity orthopedic surgeon with Badia Hand to Shoulder Center in Florida." The fact that this move has a singular muscle focus may make you think you could skip it altogether. But actually,[...]