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... Another update... I did see the rehabilitation doctor I also go to last week on Monday. I mentioned my hand, symptoms etc becoming worse, referred to a neurosurgeon, year wait and that I would like to see a hand specialist in another Province. I could tell she didn't like the idea of me going out of Province. I told her I weighed the pros and cons and if I can get in sooner... (13 replies)
... Hi John, Thanks for your help! Yes I am familiar with that quick test, physiotherapist etc did it in the past. I asked a friend to squeeze my fingers on both hands for comparison. The affected (left hand) side is weaker. I wouldn't say as severe compared to last year prior to my surgery, but there is weakness. Also my little finger on affected hand does not spread apart... (13 replies)
... Thanks john. :) I actually phoned the neurosurgeons office and was told it will take about a year to get in. They don't book appts in advance, phone about two to three weeks before your actual appt. It goes by priority, the surgeon goes through the referrals. People who have brain or spine problems I imagine would be more priority compared to my problem. We do have some... (13 replies)

... Glad to hear you are getting some attention. Your question about retrieving your surgery records is important now. Down here we can get our records, usually with a small fee for processing. ... (13 replies)
... I got a referral! I headed to a walk in type clinic, told the doctor my symptoms, past surgery etc. He said "I can't do anything for you but I will refer you to someone. ... (13 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 3, 2007
... Try keeping your arm straight and your shoulders back as well. If there is compression at the elbow, bending it will make the pain and numbness worse. If compression is at the shoulder, make sure not to slouch forward and try not to raise your arm. ... (5 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
Dec 5, 2011
... Have you had spinal surgery to try and fix the issues? ... (7 replies)
... Currently, I am into month 6 of dealing with a nerve problem in my arm. All signs indicate that it is a ulnar nerve compression or inflamation. ... (3 replies)
... this past autumn. Two months after surgery I was injured, elbow bore the brunt of it. No fractures. ... (0 replies)
... did he do an EMG to seek out the direct area of impingement or compression that went up to that c spine area? ... (3 replies)
... d weak, so I can't use my left arm. I'm really upset because I am a guitar player and a graphic designer, and I'm worried that if this is a severe case of CuTS, surgery won't completely relieve my symptoms and I won't be able to play guitar ever again and using a computer will become more difficult. ... (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)
... and also right Ulnar neuropathy, and median nerve compression at the right wrists. Funny thing is is that my neurosurgeon does not know what could cause that? ... (5 replies)
... or wrist. Nor do I agree that surgery is probably the eventual cure. ... (5 replies)




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