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... ulnar nerve from THAT level where it actually starts? ... (13 replies)
... just a quick question or two for you. have you ever actually had a c spine MRI done just to see if there is some level of real spinal problem underlying in all this? ... (2 replies)
... I have went though 4 doctors trying to telling me their was nothing wrong. I injured myself at work. ... (9 replies)

... I have had three MRIs in an attempt to specifically diagnose where the problem is. An MRI of my left elbow showed no swelling, marrow edema, or disruption of ulnar nerve signaling within the cubital tunnel. An MRI of my left brachial plexus showed nothing out of the ordinary. ... (9 replies)
... pain is really subsiding as time goes on but my range at the elbow was a problem. ... (4 replies)
... while this does definitely sound like ulnar nerve involvemnet,given what two fingers are affected and the elbow,BUT the very first thing you need to find out is exactly WHERE this stems from. ... (11 replies)
... pinky and ring finger. I consulted with my general physian and he referred me to a reputable orthapaedic practice in Charlotte, NC where I live. They performed a nerve test and diagnosed me with ulnar nerve compression in my elbow area. I had an ulnar nerver trasposition surgery a year and a half ago. ... (0 replies)
... pinky and ring finger. I consulted with my general physian and he referred me to a reputable orthapaedic practice in Charlotte, NC where I live. They performed a nerve test and diagnosed me with ulnar nerve compression in my elbow area. I had an ulnar nerver trasposition surgery a year and a half ago. ... (0 replies)
... nky and ring finger. I consulted with my general physian and he referred me to a reputable orthapaedic practice in Charlotte, NC where I live. They performed a nerve test and diagnosed me with ulnar nerve compression in my elbow area. I had an ulnar nerver trasposition surgery a year and a half ago. ... (0 replies)
... Hi all. I had ulnar nerve decompression in February this year which did not suceed in fixing the problem. 8 weeks ago I had an ulnar nerve transposition which has improved things but it is not totally better. ... (0 replies)
... I had ulnar nerve surgery a few months ago and have just found out after a visit to a chiropractor that I have a problem in my cervical spine as well. Although the surgery helped, I think the "root" of the problem may have been at the spine. Working on it, improving. Good luck to you. ... (13 replies)
... the biggest thing you really need to know for certain is just where the ulnar nerve is actually being compromised at.is this stemming from you c spine or some other issue along the nerve itself? ... (4 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)
... rs that all the stuff is put into,then that folder is brought to every appt we have too since ya just never know what may be needed or you have to try and reacll at any given appt? ... (13 replies)
... say that in simply going thru what is involved with trying to actually Dx where symptoms are coming from and the overall impoact on YOU and how your life changes at least for a while, CAN create some level of very real depression, along with in some people a certain level of anxiety too? ... (13 replies)
... From what my surgeon told me, there is no improvement to be expected until the nerve has fully grown back and reconnected with your hand. ... (5 replies)
... it sounds like the incision could be infected there. is that same area any warmer than the surrounding tissue at all? ... (3 replies)
... failed ulnar nerve entrapment surgery, resulting in nerve injury to hands, chronic tendonitis, DeQuervan syndrom, Wartenburg syndrome, GERD, asthma, chronic headaches asssociated with facet joint disease in neck. ... (23 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. ... (21 replies)
... i would VERY highly recommend an MRI be done up on your c and upper t spine areas. this could be the area where the nerves are being compromised at. your symptoms just fit more with some level of spinal affectation. ... (1 replies)


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