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News and Updates
Five prominent doctors and arthroscopy specialists present at annual conference of the Arthroscopy Association of North America, find no benefit from use of pain pumps compared with use of normal painkillers. Read the presentation.
Read new study in Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery that, like many other studies, shows a clear link between pain pumps and severe shoulder damage.
Watch a news story about shoulder pain pumps featuring Parsons Behle and Latimer.
Watch the FDA's patient alert regarding the danger of pain pumps.
New York Times publishes special report on the severe damage caused by pain pumps, and the marketing of pain pumps for use in the shoulder despite the FDA's explicit disapproval. Read the article.
Oregon jury awards $4.5 million to shoulder pain pump victim. Learn about the verdict.
The FDA confirms it has never approved pain pumps for use in the shoulder joint, and is now requiring pain pump manufacturers to warn doctors about the potential for devastating joint damage (chondrolysis) that can result from the use of intra-articular pain pumps. Read the FDA alert.
Pain PumpsRecent studies and an FDA alert have identified pain pumps as a likely cause of joint pain and severe cartilage damage, primarily in the shoulder but possibly in other joints as well. With shoulder pain pumps, this condition is known as postarthroscopic glenohumeral chrondrolysis (PAGCL). This is a devastating condition that causes severe pain and the need for constant medication. Among a significant number of our clients, harm done by pain pumps has required multiple surguries, including shoulder replacement surgery.