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... the surgery itself relieves a lot of it. The recovery is pretty easy. ... (20 replies)
... I had my ulnar nerve transposition surgery for cubital tunnel syndrome performed on July 5th. For mine, they routed the ulnar nerve below the muscle. ... (3 replies)
... and they mentioned that it would be my last visit. I know nothing about the surgery to correct the problem, if that's what needs to be done. I would appreciate any personal experiences anybody's had with this. ... (6 replies)

... Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause cramping of the hand. This will cause your hand to try to curl up into a fist due to median nerve entrapment. ... (9 replies)
... Hi. I just had cubital tunnel surgery last week. Recovery depends on which surgery they do. I don't remember the names of the two different kinds, but the one I had has a quicker recovery time. ... (3 replies)
... I am going for cubital tunnel surgery on august 16 but i do not get any of the information about the surgery from my doctor till august 1. Can anyone tell me what the recovery time will be and also when i might be able to drive after surgery? ... (3 replies)
... tend my arm way out, or put my hands behind my head,'s been going on for almost a year and I just can't take it anymore. Right about now, I'd go in for surgery tomorrow if I knew it would go away. Surgery doesn't scare me, just that it would get worse, judging from other posts I've read on various message boards. ... (6 replies)
... I have tingling in my last two fingers, in the crease of my arm and sometimes up the middle of my forearm. Was your surgery open or endoscopic? ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for that info, like I said above I'm worried that I will be brushed off until there is permanent damage. Being in wait-and-see mode sucks a lot. I find myself getting very overwhemled and unproductive when I'm having pain. I'm such a busy person and this is hard on me. Sorry I'm such a bummer! :dizzy: Monica (20 replies)
... Luckily I don't have any little ones to take care of, so my recovery should be pretty quiet. I do want children in the near future though! ... (20 replies)
... en I have a follow up appointment with him next week for the results. I am not too worried about surgery, just about being off work for a few weeks and the whole recovery process. I kind of seen all of this coming. I have been doing some research on it. As soon as my boss gets back from lunch, I am going to go tell him about it. ... (20 replies)
... Hi everyone. I've been diagnosed with cubital tunnel syndrome in my right arm. ... (2 replies)
... After a whole year I'm still recovering, I had both on the left hand, cts surgery on the right in 2001 but it is back. It was not a pleasant recovery, it was not successful and it left me with my ulnar nerve damaged. ... (1 replies)
Ulnar nerve
Sep 8, 2008
... I have cubital tunnel syndrome, the result of an injury auto accident a year ago. I had surgery 6 months ago and even though the recovery is slow, I am recovering and that is important. ... (5 replies)
... o have problems with an ulnar nerve. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is when the median nerve is compressed as it passses through a portion of the wrist called the carpal tunnel which is formed by some bones in the wrist and a ligiment. The ulnar nerve passes through a different area of the wrist. ... (8 replies)
... And now, after an endoscopic carpal tunnel release, 2 ulnar nerve transpositions, 3 neurologists, 4 EMGs, 5 hand doctors, numerous worker's comp. ... (3 replies)

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