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Tag: shoulder

Less Invasive Procedures

By Alejandro Badia, MD, FACS I am inclined to perform a new operation or variation of a procedure when I feel the existing option does not lead to ideal results, or more often, when the newer option is more efficient and often cost-effective, and more imporantly, when the patient will recover faster and with less […]

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My Newly Minted Telemedicine Experience

By Matthew M. Tomaino, MD, MBA My practice consists of 50% shoulder and 50% hand and elbow. And even though only 15% of my patients have elected a “telemedicine exam” since the Covid-19 crisis began, my newly minted “telemedicine” experience has illuminated the following: The value of the “exam,” and more importantly my “assessment,” is […]

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