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... siding as time goes on but my range at the elbow was a problem. I saw a chiropractor and he discovered a problem in my neck which could have been the problem of nerve entrapment from the very beginning. I wonder now if I had gone that route first if the surgery would have been necessary at all. Food for thought. ... (4 replies)
... started to see a chiropractor who finds that some of my ulnar entrapment is coming from my neck vertebrae. ... (4 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)
... The dr. that read the report suggested an MRI. it sid some other jargon but I don't remember. I had ulnar nerve testing today and it came back negative. I was shocked! With the numbness, tingling and constant pain I am having I thought for sure It would be positive. ... (3 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)
... d just ask your primary doc to simply send you for a contrasted MRI for now. since you are actually having this symptom bilaterally,the most likely place for the ulnar nerve problem could just be some level of "centrally located" issue like a bulged disc that is protuding straight out instead of like a bit more one sided? ... (8 replies)
... Are you seeing a neurologist for this or just your regular primary doc?If you are just seeing your primary, you really need to see a neuro.I would also ask to have an MRI done on your head and C spine.This could be stemming from there.The pinky and ring fingers being affected could mean a problem at the low end of the c spine or the the upper T spine.i have some issues in my... (4 replies)




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