While the grim enormity of the coronavirus crisis can seem overwhelming, there are still plenty of ways individuals who aren’t doctors, nurses or first responders can help fight the deadly pandemic, says Dr. Alejandro Badia, a board-certified hand and upper extremity surgeon based in Miami. He’s the author of the upcoming book “Healthcare from the Trenches…”
Pain relief is more available than ever for treating a painful arthritic thumb, thanks to the development of ever-newer technologies, says Miami-based orthopedic surgeon Alejandro Badia MD. Dr. Badia, a noted specialist in disorders and injuries of the hand, wrist and upper limbs, is using the BioPro® Modular Thumb Implant as an effective alternative for…
Alejandro Badia, MD, is the founder of the OrthoNOW orthopedic walk-in clinics. Dr. Badia specializes in hand and upper extremity surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Here, Dr. Badia shares his thoughts on private equity in orthopedics, outpatient total joints and more.
COVID-19 Expected to Overwhelm Hospitals; Hand and Upper Limb Surgeon Dr. Alejandro Badia with Badia Hand to Shoulder Center and OrthoNOW® Offers Options, Tips
Orthopedic Physician Dr. Badia from Badia Hand to Shoulder Center say that COVID-19 Expected to Overwhelm Hospitals Not only can… Read More[...]
Posted on Thursday, March 12th, 2020 #apfssh2020 Melbourne's alright! Hand conference going ahead, for better or worse. #melbourne #apfssh2020 #handsurgery Dr. Badia Speaker at 12 APFSSH Dr. Alejandro Badia was invited by the Organising Committee of the 12th Asian Pacific Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand and the 8th Asian Pacific Federation of Societies of Hand Therapists Congress 2020 to present his [...]
Becoming a mother has its share of joys and challenges. Now it seems like it has its share of pain as well, specifically for women with de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, a thumb-tendon disorder. The disorder can mean sheer pain, according to orthopedic surgeon Alejandro Badia, M.D., who says the condition limits a person’s ability to grasp, grip, and pinch; inhibits the use of the hand; and limits the range of motion in the wrist.