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... Last year in March 2006 I had surgery for ulnar nerve compression on my left elbow. Nerve conduction test was done which showed severe compression. After surgery my symptoms of buzzing sensations, twitching, burning pain improved tremendously. ... (13 replies)
... I was just reading the post below regarding nerve compression in the neck. I may have ulnar nerve compression either at the elbow or wrist. ... (2 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)
... Something else I have noticed is that my neck is sore more recently. I understand the ulnar nerve runs down from your neck. Has anyone experienced this with compression at the elbow. Compression affects other areas along the pathway? ... (1 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. I will need surgery. ... (11 replies)
... Is surgery only done on severe cases or if conservative treatment over time has not improved it. I guess the test will determine where the compression is? ... (1 replies)
... I recently had a nerve conduction test and the neurologist said the ulnar nerve at my elbow is quite compressed. Neuro said it will likely need to be fixed, move the nerve over in the elbow? ... (0 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)
... a test you can easily do. Spread your fingers widely apart on both hands, then ask your husband or a friend to squeeze your fingers together. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks! I go for my test in about 3 weeks, will find out where the problem is. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, your burning pain sounds like nerve issues. ... (3 replies)
... told I may have a neuroma in my elbow and could have exploratory surgery to see if there is one in my elbow or anything else that could be causing pain. I had a nerve conduction test which came back as normal. ... (0 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)
... rheumatiod arth has the nodules and can cause all if this BUT i would encourage you to also research thoracic outlet syndrome (1 replies)
... anxiety medication. My most recent test was over a month ago which was an EMG and some auto immune tests that all came back clean. However, four days before my EMG things had gone to hell. ... (1 replies)
... I agree. I have the same issue, I had the ulnar nerve sheath cut open to release pressure and it helped but the numbness is still there because i have issues with my c5-c6 area of my c-spine. You can get a emg test and they can pin point which nerve is being bothered (8 replies)
... when you have complete numbness with no clor or temp changes in it,it is usually from some level of direct nerve compression. the ky is to track it back to where it is being affected. that could be from that finger on all the way up to the spinal cord where it starts. ... (1 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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