Dr. Badia calls his book “an insider’s account of the complex barriers of U.S. health care from the providers’ and patients’ perspective.”
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Management of a fracture involving osteoporotic bone can prove especially challenging,” Dr. Badia says, adding that a distal radius fracture may be a sign that a patient has osteoporosis or osteopenia — loss of bone density.
“Surgery should only be performed if rest and rehabilitation are unsuccessful in healing the injury,” he adds. “Any operation should be performed not only to repair the labral tissue but address the injury that resulted in the tear in the first place.
Quicker access to health services, greater convenience, lower costs, better management of health problems, improved health outcomes — what’s not to like? That’s telehealth. Thank a virus,” Dr. Badia says.
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