Orthopedic Physician Dr. Badia was featured on SFBW about new techniques for shoulder surgeries
How best to repair the labrum, a cartilage structure that deepens the socket of the shoulder joint, remains somewhat controversial, but knotless sutures and bioabsorbable tissue anchors are some of the technological advances improving outcomes. says orthopedic surgeon Alejandro Badia. Badia, who is one of the notable hand and upper limb orthopedic surgeons in South Florida, reports significant clinical success in performing minimally invasive, arthroscopic surgery, proving particularly beneficial for closing so-called SLAP tears—injuries to the upper portion of the labrum, the fibrous cartilage that surrounds the rim of the shoulder socket.”
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by Martin Lenkowsky, June 22, 2020