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... Hi I wanted to respond. I am a dental hygienist too. I am having carpal tunnel, and ulner nerve surgery for cubital tunnel two surgeries. I am worried about it affecting my fingers and the fine motor skills needed to do my job. What we do is very tedious... ... (21 replies)
... Cubital Tunnel syndrome came about for me as a result of an inury in an automobile accident. Recovery for me was a little slow, but at the end of 3 months post op. ... (21 replies)
... Hey, I had the surgery 11 days after yours. How you doing? (21 replies)

... I am having ulnar nerve transposition surgery for cubital tunnel syndrome on May 30th. Can anyone tell me what post op to expect. I am ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED!! ... (21 replies)
... Hello, I work for an attorney who is looking for articles relating cubital tunnel and use of vibratory tools, in particular, those used bu dental hygienists. Can anyone help me? ... (21 replies)
... I don't understand your writing. Will you ever be able to lift more than 20 lbs? My apologies if English is not your first language. (21 replies)
... I had the cubital tunnel transpostion surgery about a year and a few months ago. My surgery went well. They did the surgery as day surgery and under local ansthesia. ... (21 replies)
... uys I have a couple questions that I was wondering if anyone could help me out with... The problem was I had a subluxing ulnar nerve which made it pop out of the cubital tunnel and back in place upon flexion. I had the anterior transposition of the ulnar nerve surgery 8 weeks ago and still having popping in my elbow. ... (1 replies)
... op for ulnar nerve transposition surgery. Just had the sutures taken out today. I also had cubital tunnel surgery at the same time. ... (38 replies)
... Hey, I'm 13 years old and going to have ulnar nerve transposition surgery at the end of july and im really freaked out about it. I dont really know what to expect. I am very active and want to know how long i will be out for. ... (21 replies)
... Hi There I had this surgery on June 11/07. I had swelling and bruising from the shoulder to hand and was bandaged for 10 days. I then went to have the staples removed and started physiotherapy a week later. I was pretty sore, could not bend at the elbow due to the inflammation and painful bruising. The scar and area were very tender and sensitive to materials/touch but... (21 replies)
... There's quite a bit on this in the Carpal Tunnel bboard.. ... (21 replies)
... New member here...and I am scheduled to have ulnar nerve transposition surgery August 6th. ... (3 replies)
... This lady presents with cubital tunnel syndrome following an injury to her left elbow. ... (13 replies)
... I have went though 4 doctors trying to telling me their was nothing wrong. I injured myself at work. They tried Theopy, Cortizone injections (8) temp. relief. I had many EMGs, nothing showed up, MRIs all looked ok. I finally, After 4 yrs in pain I had exploritory sergury done. They foundthe groove in the elbow was a little damaged, they cleaned it up and all was fine for about... (9 replies)
... for cubital tunnel syndrome in my left hand. ... (2 replies)
... December 31, I had a anterior subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition under local anesthesia. The surgery went well, the doctor said the nerve didn't appear damaged, just compressed. ... (1 replies)
... I have to admit that going back to work at 4 weeks was really pushing it for me. I only worked half days most of the time and was dead tired and hurting by the time I got home. If I had a choice, I would of stayed home another month and then gradually weaned myself back into the routine of work. I believe that my surgeon didn't want to release me for work, but the laws being... (21 replies)
... Thanks Rose! You went back to work after only 4 weeks??? There is NO way I can. Doc said not for 2 - 3 months. I also have to scan a badge, but my job requires LOTS of repetetive hand/arm movement. At home I'm making some progress and I don't push it. What I didn't know until afterwards is that the surgeon shaved the bone also. That's what's giving me the most trouble. Anyway,... (21 replies)
... I didn't drive for about three weeks, about a week after the stitches came out. Strength and range of motion are the biggest drawbacks to active driving. Stretching my arm to scan my work badge for the reader when I came back to work, (4 weeks post op) was a challenge, but it got incrimentally better every day. Your range of motion will improve, some quicker than others. Age,... (21 replies)

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