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.
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, [...]
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 [...]
As published on HealthNewsDigest.com Jan 13, 2021 Shoulder SLAP tears: they are more common than once thought, can be challenging to diagnose, and the most effective approaches to their treatment remain somewhat controversial, according to noted orthopedic surgeon and upper limbs specialist Alejandro Badia MD, founder and chief medical officer of the Florida-based Badia Hand to Shoulder [...]
Patient Testimonial A Few Days After Tenex Outpatient Procedure Watch this video testimonial from a patient from Barbados who experienced a shoulder injury. The Tenex procedure was performed by Dr. Badia. The patient has recovered fast and well and you can watch the video displaying normal shoulder mobility, pain free after 48 hours. Tenex is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure [...]
Rotator Cuff Tears Is Most Common in People Over the Age of 55 The Wear and Tear of Life - Some of the most common problems in the upper extremity are rotator cuff issues. Most Rotator Cuff Tears happen to older patients because it is typically more degenerative in nature. Watch this video interview where Dr. Badia also talks about tennis elbow and other complex nerve compression [...]
As published on HealthNewsDigest.com October 28, 2020 Mom always said, “Drink your milk; the calcium in it is good for you.” But that is certainly not the case if the calcium, vital to bone health, begins accumulating on muscles and tendons, especially causing unwanted crystal deposits on shoulder tendons, orthopedic surgeon Alejandro Badia MD, an expert in treating disorders [...]