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... 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)

... It also sounds like ulnar nerve syndrome either at the wrist or elbow. I would see your doctor and get a referral to a hand surgeon. Usually a nerve conduction test will pinpoint if there is a problem area. I was diagnosed a few weeks ago with ulnar nerve compression at the elbow, quite compressed. ... (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)
... I think in your case an emg would indeed pick up the damage.you DO definitely have some sort of compression going on along that nerve somewhere just due to the fact that your pinky is curling.this will let you know for sure whats up. ... (5 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)
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)
Ulnar neuropathy
May 10, 2006
... This could possibly not be just the ulnar issue going on but this could be stemming from a problem stemming from the c spine area instead. ... (2 replies)
... would probably indicate ulnar nerve compression. The rest of the fingers could be carpal tunnel. ... (5 replies)
... rheumatiod arth has the nodules and can cause all if this BUT i would encourage you to also research thoracic outlet syndrome (1 replies)
... ought nothing of it because I thought I slept on my hand. Despite this minor inconvenience my EMG results came back clean. I had the EMG results to rule out any nerve damage or spinal impingement as I have two bulging and a small herniated disk in my neck. ... (1 replies)
... fingers, that HAS to kind of be 'tracked" all the way back up the arm to the level of spinal nerve base. ... (7 replies)
... painful recovery, and the potential to have permanent nerve damage. ... (3 replies)
... Probably there is an impingement of your ulnar nerve. That can be caused by several reasons, so you should start with having a neurologist consultation. I have ulnar nerve damage due to cervical compression in my spinal cord, but it will take some diagnostic tests to determine the cause for you. ... (2 replies)
... an EMG will only show actual nerve damage or total loss,not intermittant compression like from bone spurs pressing on and off a nerve unless it just happens to be compressed at the time of the test.this is by no means a real definitive test of how your nerves are being affected. ... (11 replies)




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