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... the damage if I had been able for some reason to wait on surgery would be greater with elapsed time. The ulnar takes it's own sweet time recovering from injury or surgery. ... (2 replies)
... Yes ulnar nerve entrapment can cause loss of hand muscle strenght. Ulnar nerve is what feeds your hand muscles. I had ulnar nerve surgery in May, I'm still doing pt and have hyper sensations in the fingers and wrist. Neither one is a pretty site but what are your options? ... (2 replies)
... My surgeon told me a month after my surgery that my ulnar nerve was damaged during my fall. My fracture was comminuted and parts of the bone damaged my ulnar nerve that it was almost cut off. I asked him that if it was the ulnar nerve that was damaged then why is my whole hand affected? ... (0 replies)

... I severed my ulnar nerve about 3 months ago, just above my left elbow. How is everyone progressing on their recovery? ... (29 replies)
... issue along with another c spine nerve issue that could be actually creating the spasming of that muscle, or it could just be a sort of inflammatory type of real ulnar nerve reaction too? ... (13 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)
... feel my pinky and ring finger.. Weeks passed and it never got better. Now I m on my 12th PT session. Today I had a EMG test once again..test confirms that I have damage to my ulnar nerve. Test results are being sent to surgeon and now I wait to see what's he has in store for me. ... (0 replies)
... ot do anything with his hand. They tried med, creams, patches the whole 9 yards and nothing helped. The doctors told us that it was a waiting game and that nerve damage takes a very long time to heal that it would get better. ... (0 replies)
... ulnar nerve, the fine motor function of that ulnar can be also stemming from a totally different c spine level nerve. do you get what i am saying here? ... (2 replies)
... the acupuncturist found 'ulnar nerve entrapment' as a result of damage done during the second surgery and has been now trying to correct this problem for the past month or so. ... (2 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
Dec 5, 2011
... VERY interesting... Have you had spinal surgery to try and fix the issues? Even thinking about having that done freaks me out. (7 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
Dec 2, 2011
... Parrot, I have neuropathy in my ulnar nerve caused by spinal cord compression at the C7 level. Any damage to the spinal cord and nerves below the level affected will cause nerve damage to areas below. Lumbar stenosis usually affects your legs and feet. ... (7 replies)
... I had ulnar nerve transposition and guyans canal release surgery 2/08. I am two years now post op. YAY! One thing you all must understand and hopefully this will serve to encourage you too, is that nerves take a while to heal. I would say, honestly, that I was well over a year before I my hand actually performed like I believed it should. My grip strength comes and goes.... (38 replies)
... this does sound like it is probaly in all likelyhood,stemming from the lower part of your c spine.the ulnar nerve IS the c 8 nerve at the very end ofyour c spine right before the T spine begins,tho you do not actually have a c 8 vertebrae,you DO have a c 8 nerve. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, I will share a bit of my experience. I had the ulnar nerve trans-location done 7 yrs ago due to extreme damage. The cause was finally accepted in terms as "repetitive injury". No specific trauma. I followed up with the given encouragement that the nerve repaired itself 1/4" each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. After... (9 replies)
... Hello, I will share a bit of my experience. I had the ulnar nerve trans-location done 7 yrs ago due to extreme damage. The cause was finally accepted in terms as "repetitive injury". No specific trauma. I followed up with the given encouragement that the nerve repaired itself 1/4" each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. After... (9 replies)
... Hello, I will share a bit of my experience. I had the ulnar nerve trans-location done 7 yrs ago due to extreme damage. The cause was finally accepted in terms as "repetitive injury". No specific trauma. I followed up with the given encouragement that the nerve repaired itself 1/4" each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. After... (9 replies)
... I,have Ulnar nerve damage. ... (11 replies)
... also any suggestions explained if neccessay as i have found lots of info on ulnar nerve damage and some of it is just frightening. ... (11 replies)
... with axonal neuropathy. As well as left ulnar neuropathy. My nerve is pinched off there at my elbow. An EMG is an excellent source for picking up any type of neuropathy or any type of nerve damage. ... (5 replies)


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