“With a strong commitment to patient-centered care, Dr. Badia and his highly skilled, multilingual team prioritize your unique needs. Experience the convenience of cutting-edge diagnostic capabilities, an outpatient surgery center, a dedicated rehabilitation center, and OrthoNOW® , a walk-in immediate care center… All under ONE roof.
We also cater to international patients via Telemedicine. Long before the pandemic our team has been communicating with new and follow up patients through HIPAA compliant portals. We collaborate with a network of colleagues and therapists worldwide to provide you with comprehensive care.
Dr. Badia exclusively operates at our state-of-the-art outpatient surgery center, ensuring a safe, efficient, and cost-effective experience while minimizing infection risks. You will have a much more pleasant experience coupled with greater specialty specific expertise including anesthesia, nursing and clinical team.
Our center is conveniently located next to Miami International Airport and offers easy access and ample parking.
Alejandro Badia, M.D, F.A.C.S., hand and upper limb orthopedic surgeon (Hand, Wrist, Elbow, and Shoulder), is the creator and founder of Badia Hand to Shoulder Center in the heart of Miami (Doral), Florida. This state of the art facility is housed on the ground floor of the Doral Pavilion Center near 3 major highways.
There are several common orthopedic conditions that can cause finger pain and discomfort. One prevalent condition is trigger finger, characterized by the inflammation of the tendons in the fingers, causing finger stiffness, clicking or locking sensations, and pain during movement. Another common condition is osteoarthritis of the finger joints, which leads to joint pain, swelling, and limited finger mobility. Additionally, conditions like tendonitis, fractures, and ligament injuries can contribute to finger pain.
There are several orthopedic conditions that can cause thumb pain and discomfort. One common condition is basal joint arthritis, which affects the joint at the base of the thumb and can lead to pain, stiffness, and difficulty gripping objects. Another condition is De Quervain's tenosynovitis, where the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist become inflamed, causing pain and swelling in the thumb and wrist during activities that involve gripping or twisting motions. Thumb sprains, fractures, and ligament injuries can also occur due to trauma or overuse, resulting in localized pain and instability. Our expert diagnosis and personalized treatments are aimed at relieving thumb pain, restoring function, and enhancing your quality of life.
Hand osteoarthritis, which causes joint pain, stiffness, and swelling, particularly in the fingers and thumb. Additionally, fractures, tendon injuries, and ligament sprains can cause acute hand pain and limit hand function. With our specialized knowledge and advanced treatments, we strive to diagnose and effectively treat these orthopedic conditions, helping patients regain hand functionality and alleviate pain for an improved quality of life.
There are various orthopedic conditions that can contribute to wrist pain and discomfort. One common condition is carpal tunnel syndrome, caused by compression of the median nerve in the wrist, leading to pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and fingers. Another condition is wrist arthritis, which causes joint pain, stiffness, and swelling, affecting the range of motion. Wrist sprains and fractures are also prevalent, resulting from trauma or falls, causing pain, swelling, and instability. Additionally, tendonitis and ganglion cysts can contribute to wrist pain. With our expertise in orthopedic care, we strive to diagnose and treat these wrist conditions effectively, providing personalized treatment plans to alleviate pain, restore function, and improve your quality of life.
There are several common orthopedic conditions that can cause elbow pain and discomfort. One prevalent condition is tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, which occurs due to overuse and repetitive motion, leading to pain on the outside of the elbow. Another common condition is golfer's elbow, or medial epicondylitis, which causes pain on the inside of the elbow and is also related to repetitive arm motions.
Shoulder pain can significantly impact daily activities and limit the range of motion in the upper body. There are several common orthopedic conditions that can cause shoulder pain and discomfort. One prevalent condition is rotator cuff tendinitis, characterized by inflammation of the tendons that surround the shoulder joint. This can lead to pain, weakness, and limited shoulder mobility.