Right Thumb and Left Collarbone
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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 motorcycle accident and sustaining Injuries to my thumb, clavicle and ribs.
Due to to the fact that it was a worker comp claim I saw 2 separate Doctors before landing foot into Dr. Badia’s office 3 WEEKS after the accident had occured! In his office is where the severity of my injuries were finally revealed in depth.
Dr. Badia immediately scheduled me for surgery the next day to not waste any more time. After a few hours of surgery I was discharged for home recovery.
Before being discharged I was not only given my home recovery and self care instructions but also my medication prescriptions and to my surprise I was already scheduled for physical therapy for the following week in the same building with his team.
This type of work ethic and practice has fast tracked my entire healing process.
Alot of this could not have been accomplished without the help of not only Dr. Badia’s office team but the team in the OrthoNOW Physical Therapy Center. In comparison to other PT centers I have been treated at, The staff at Ortho Now, from the moment I walked in treated me as if I had been a long time patient and made every effort to comfort me in any way shape or form within their means. My therapists Amanda and Angie were extremely knowledgeable and answered every question that arised. Kristen and Laura who handled scheduling, accommodated my therapy schedule to fit my personal commitments the best they could! Laura also prepares a mean cuban coffee for every patient /client in the center DAILY!
I highly recommend Dr. Badia’s Office and his team to address all your orthopedic needs.”