It has been shown in recent studies that pain pumps used to deliver medication directly to a surgical wound in order to minimize pain causes catastrophic cartilage damage. The pain pump is used to infuse the medication at an hourly flow rate. If you were issued a pain pump due to a shoulder, knee, hip, ankle, or back surgery and have experienced symptoms such as:
Decreased range of motion in shoulder
Clicking, popping, or grinding in the shoulder
Weakness in the shoulder
Or continued pain
Then contact the office of Reich and Binstock for an evaluation of your case.