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... The surgery was done a year ago, and it was pretty easy. However, it didn't fix my problem. ... (2 replies)
... I think the recovery time depends on the type of surgery you have. I've had two surgeries for ulnar nerve compression at the elbow. First one they just decompressed the nerve. They do something with the scar tissue around the nerve. ... (2 replies)
... I will try to make this post as short as possbile, but I am so confused about what to do for my son. ... (5 replies)

... I went back to my orthopaedic doctor today for my elbow. ... (2 replies)
... I'm trying to get some perspective on what the normal range is for recovery after ulnar nerve subcutaneous transfer. ... (6 replies)
... Just scheduled for out patient cubital tunnel release for ulnar nerve entrapment by my hand surgeon. ... (2 replies)
... I had left ulnar surgery a couple of years ago and now need the same on my right for ulnar impingement at my elbow. ... (4 replies)
... In the past I have had two ulnar nerve compression surgeries. Both were medial epicondylectomy with decompression. After a long period of time between each surgery my symptoms came back. My second surgery he discovered my ulnar nerve was curling up and crushed under heavy scar tissue near the funny bone. ... (5 replies)
... inflammatory drugs until I became nauseated. Maybe this is the source for you? ... (13 replies)
... sed to. I still have numbness and tingling in those fingers and sometimes in my palm. I don't really recall to much shocky stuff but I was on serious pain meds for a long time. Surgery in March and no meds for the last 3 weeks. I have no more burning feeling though. Detox off those meds is a hard thing in itself.... ... (6 replies)
... I had Ulnar nerve transposition just like yours...subcutaniously. ... (6 replies)
... dexterity of my hand is getting better by the day, which I find amazing. The pins and needles sensation in my ring and pinky fingers, and my palm pad has changed for the better, with a much lesser degree of the sensation I had prior to surgery. ... (22 replies)
Ulnar Nerve - Hand
Aug 14, 2006
... was it based solely on the nerve conduction velocity tests, or was it something you saw when you looked at my hand? ... (6 replies)
... Hi my name is Sarah on tues the 19th I had carpal tunnel release surgery endoscopic. ... (1 replies)
Ulnar problem
Apr 16, 2013
... You may be having any number of issues with nerve entrapment. You may have osteoarthritis at the cervical spine level which can trap the nerves that eventually make up the finger and hand nerves. ... (5 replies)
Ulnar problem
Apr 16, 2013
... You may be having any number of issues with nerve entrapment. You may have osteoarthritis at the cervical spine level which can trap the nerves that eventually make up the finger and hand nerves. ... (5 replies)
How Long?
Jun 6, 2011
... How long after the pos. results for ulnar nerve and CTS do they schedule surgery? ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the feedback on your surgery. This has been a 5 year journey for me and I'm hoping that this surgery will be helpful. ... (2 replies)
... did you find that you have shoulder pain in the arm where you had your ulnar surgery? ... (6 replies)
... I also have mild carpal tunnel syndrome in one wrist and moderate carpal tunnel in the other. I can't imagine that the ulnar surgery would cause her to be unable to work. It was not a pleasant operation or recovery and I am still not fully recovered. ... (4 replies)


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