Joint Pain

joint painKnee Pain

Chronic knee pain after knee replacement can be due to peripheral nerves located in and around the knee.  If the hardware is intact, seated in the correct place, not loose, and not infected, then there is a good chance that your pain is nerve related.  Finding and removing these injured sensory nerves can make major improvements to your overall pain levels.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain after reconstruction can be neuropathic in nature.  If all orthopedic considerations have been taken into account, then removing the sensory nerve to the shoulder joint may provide significant relief of pain and improvement of function.

Wrist Pain

Wrist pain after reconstruction can be neuropathic in nature. If all orthopedic considerations have been taken into account, then removing sensory nerves to the wrist joint may provide significant relief of pain and improvement of function.