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Did you have a knee replacement? Do you need another knee replacement sooner than expected?

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Knee replacement surgery should not be taken lightly as knee surgery is considered major surgery and will affect your future mobility.

It's between you and your doctor but you probably don't need knee replacement surgery if—knee pain doesn't limit normal activities and knee pain feels better with some treatments. Taking small steps to remedy knee pain is always a better option than major knee surgery.

On the other hand, here are some reasons why a knee replacement could be warranted:

  • Knee pain confines you from climbing stairs or getting up from a chair.
  • Knee pain restricts you from the activities you like such as walking the dog or going shopping.
  • Knee pain is so great that you can't sleep or can't fall sleep.

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Treatments and remedies over a period of time have not helped with the pain.

Knee surgery is not one size fits all or even one gender fits all. A knee system implant fitted for a 200-pound man would not be suitable for a 135-pound woman. Many factors must be considered including your age, history of prior surgeries, bone mass density, and overall health.

Have you or your spouse or parent suffered knee replacement surgery injury? Unfortunately, it's not uncommon that failing medical device knee implants are causing thousands of people to redo their knee replacements in two or three years instead of 15 or 20 years.

What can you do?

Seek legal assistance by contacting Monheit Law. Learn about your legal options regarding a failed knee replacement lawsuit. Are the medical device makers or the surgeons responsible?  Are there other reasons for you knee implant failure?   

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Product Identification Notice: In any of our web pages referring to Zimmer NexGen products, these pages are intended to provide information about and are referring to the same Zimmer products that were identified by Dr. Berger in his presentation and study entitled "The High Failure Rate of a High-Flex Total Knee Arthroplasty Design," and were written about in the NY Times article titled "Surgeon vs. Knee Maker: Who’s Rejecting Whom?," and that are reported in the FDA MAUDE database, where reports involving the Zimmer NexGen CR Flex Cementless or Porous Femoral component can be found and also those products associated with aseptic loosening of the Zimmer MIS Tibial Component that led certain doctors to discontinue its use, and to recommend discontinued use of this product in primary TKA until the etiology of the high early failure rate of this implant is determined. See prospective studies comparing the results of the Zimmer MIS Tibial Component using conventional and minimally invasive exposures as well as comparing fixation with different types of bone cement as described in Early Aseptic Loosening With a Precoated Low-Profile Tibial Component A Case Series. Not all Zimmer NexGen products are involved in our investigations and lawsuits.

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