Shoulder pain after surgery? Wright and Tornier shoulder replacements may be to blame.
There have been numerous reports of individuals suffering continued pain after having shoulder replacement surgery with Wright and Tornier shoulder replacement devices. These metal devices are implanted in place of the existing bone shoulder joint components. However, these companies’ devices have a demonstrable link to serious side effects, such as:
- Bone Damage
- Metal Toxicity
In addition to these side effects, which are typically caused by the implant’s defective design, patients who have had shoulder replacement surgery continue to feel pain in the area they were trying to have treated in the first place. These people must now have yet another surgery to revise the new problems created by their Wright or Tonier shoulder replacement implant.
If your shoulder is still in pain after a shoulder replacement surgery that used a Wright or Tornier implant, you may be a victim of their faulty design. A Wright/Tornier shoulder implant lawsuit attorney from Williams Kherkher may be able to help you hold the implant’s manufacturer accountable for the pain and medical expenses you’ve been forced to endure. Call (888) 220-0640 to learn more.