Loosening or dislocation of the hip joint is a very real risk for many patients implanted with a Zimmer® hip replacement, such as the Zimmer® M/L Taper Prosthesis with Kinectiv® Technology.

Zimmer® M/L Taper Prosthesis with Kinectiv® Technology

The Zimmer® M/L Taper Prosthesis with Kinectiv® Technology is a hip replacement with a system of modular metal components, originally designed to be more durable and adjustable than other hip devices. Today, however, the Zimmer® Kinectiv® hip implant is linked with a range of serious, sometimes even fatal health issues, including:

  • Bone fractures
  • Metallosis (metal poisoning)
  • Loosening and dislocation of the hip joint
  • Severe pain

Many Zimmer® Kinectiv® hip patients experience such debilitating hip problems that they are forced to undergo costly, complicated revision surgery to replace the original artificial hip.

Loosening or Dislocation of the Zimmer® Kinectiv® Hip Implant

One of the most common complications associated with faulty hip implants is hip replacement dislocation. This dislocation occurs when the ball and cup system of the hip implant separate. This metal hip problem most often occurs suddenly and requires emergency medical attention. Some orthopedic specialists allege that the faulty design of some components of Zimmer® Kinectiv® implants are the cause of patients’ hip implant dislocations.

Zimmer® Kinectiv® Hip Implant Claims

North Carolina residents implanted with a Zimmer® Kinectiv® hip replacement and suffering from hip implant dislocation should seek immediate medical attention and, shortly thereafter, experienced legal counsel.

The Zimmer® hip replacement attorneys at Ward Black Law in Greensboro, N.C., have years of experience representing victims of dangerous medical devices and products, such as Zimmer® Kinectiv® hip implants. Contact Ward Black Law today to answer your questions and conduct a free case review. You may reach the Ward Black Law offices by phone: 336-333-2244, or toll-free: 800-531-9191. You may also reach Ward Black Law by email: info@wardblacklaw.com or by online inquiry.