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... soon. We insisted on physcial therapy right away instead of trying to treat on our own. After 4 weeks of physical therapy he is no better and told that he has ulnar nerve entrapment and needs ulnar nerve transposition surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I had Ulnar nerve transposition just like yours...subcutaniously. ... (6 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. ... (5 replies)
... shocky" pain at the elbow joint as well as burning at the incision. I was massaging cocoa butter into that incision as soon as the staples came out, beautiful recovery that way. All in all, I am improving but have been told I may never return to my previous job, guess it was time for a change. ... (13 replies)
... I'm trying to get some perspective on what the normal range is for recovery after ulnar nerve subcutaneous transfer. ... (6 replies)
... and touching my little finger against my ring finger has vastly improved...and this comes with just a few days of recovery time. ... (22 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)
... Hi Chrissy, 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. I'm wondering about your recovery process - were you able to go back to work in what felt like a reasonable amount of time? Did you have hand therapy following? I've been told 2-3 times/week for 4-6 weeks depending on the progress.... (2 replies)
... did you find that you have shoulder pain in the arm where you had your ulnar surgery? ... (6 replies)
... I already have faced the fact that I have permanent nerve damage and will probly always hve the numbness and tingly in the ring and pinky fingers. That has been that way for almost a year. ... (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)
... at which time I will be given some type of silicone product that will help make the incision to heal smoothly with little or no noticeable scar. ... (22 replies)
... the doc said i would regain some intrinsic hand muscles that are wasted but not very much, which is a real big time bummer for me. i guess my love for playing golf and piddling around using my hands is now a pastime. ... (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)
... ctor got a look at my ulnar nerve he decided to do a full open ulnar transposition I was unaware of this but my husband talked to the doctor while I was still in recovery and informed him the surgery was supossed to be 40 mins and ended up being 90mins.my arm at the insison site hurts very much. ... (1 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. I left the hospital wearing a soft cast that immobilized my arm, and I definitely needed the Vicodin for the first couple of days. ... (3 replies)
Questions,
Dec 10, 2004
... months ago..I had them both done at the same time..I am still having some problems with the ulnar surgery ..but the carpel tunnel is gone and im doing fine with that ... ... (13 replies)
... had them both done at the same time..so my recovery may be different from what yours would be...I have heard some good stories as well from some that have had same surgery done.. ... (3 replies)


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