Things That Can Go Wrong in a Stryker Hip Replacement
Individuals who’ve had stryker hip replacement have undergone this surgery with no complications and easy walking thereafter. Yet others may encounter problems such as increased pain, and product failure or the inability of product functioning due to a manufacturing product defect. The defective product could potentially lead to harmful hip and joint complications including immobility, loss of motion, bone fractures, premature loosening, metal contamination all resulting in hip revision surgery.
Other problems patients may experience include popping, squeaking or grinding from the joint, pain or discomfort from the implant. Individuals facing this may endure additional surgeries to correct the first surgery. Financial compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering in addition to other damages may be recovered depending on the facts of your case.