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... extension of wrist arm straight to stretch the Ulnar at the elbow. ... (5 replies)
... This is my first post. I was diagnosed with Ulnar Nerve Entrapment 6 years ago, and have been able to manage the pain during flare ups through chiropractics, acupuncture, stretching... ... (0 replies)
... l some numbness and pain. I just didnt expect at this point to be reasonably worse off than before I had the operation. I kind of assumed mine being mild I would recovery quite quickly. ... (5 replies)

... Unfortunately, nerves recover or heal at a rate of about 1mm a day! That too is dependent on how badly your nerve was trapped at the elbow. I had subcutaneous transposition on my right elbow in April of 08, and it was a good six months before I could cross my fingers! ... (5 replies)
... I had mine in 08 and the recovery is very slow. ... (5 replies)
... he problem before, since the decompression, was mainly pain at the elbow and a lot of subluxing not pins and needles that often. Just wondering how other peoples recovery went? ... (5 replies)
... I too had ulnar nerve transposition surgery in 08/2008 and it is very painful.It took me about 3 weeks to completeley straighten my arm, but it was very stiff. It helps to use a heating pad or soak the elbow in warm water to help relax the muscles. (9 replies)
... HI renegade, I am scheduled to have ulnar nerve transposition surgery on Aug. 6th, 2012. ... (4 replies)
... bow was still hurt and popping. He had me immobilize it for a month and when I came back a month later with no change, he told me a tore a ligament, resulting in ulnar nerve subluxation. He scheduled me for a subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition surgery on April 15th. ... (0 replies)
... Cubital Tunnel syndrome came about for me as a result of an inury in an automobile accident. Recovery for me was a little slow, but at the end of 3 months post op. I felt so much better. I would definitely have the surgery again, if needed! ... (21 replies)
... Hi I have just had this done 16 days ago. I'm feeling all what you are saying above. Did it end up permanent or do you have full extension now. As I'm a golfer I'm quite concerned! Please help if you can (9 replies)
... Hi! I am getting ready to have subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition this friday. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I had ulnar nerve transposition surgery on my left elbow 18 days ago. ... (9 replies)
... December 31, I had a anterior subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition under local anesthesia. The surgery went well, the doctor said the nerve didn't appear damaged, just compressed. ... (1 replies)
... I've had both my ulnar nerves done twice in each arm. The first time they just moved it a little and the last times they repositioned them both, so they don't get trapped anymore. ... (4 replies)
... Okay that makes more sense why you recovered so fast. I had submuscular transposition so recovery time is longer. Well good luck with the rest of your recovery! ... (38 replies)
... they are doing a submuscular transposition too. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I had my left ulna nerve transposition done Dec 2011, and it is still painful my arm is weak and much worse than before the surgery. ... (9 replies)
... I had submuscular transposition May 26th, 2010. So a little over 6 weeks post op. I too still have sensitivity around the scar. ... (38 replies)
... I cannot believe you have full range of motion already, good for you!!! I had submuscular transposition surgery 6 days ago and I can curl my arm up to my collarbone but not straighten it out. ... (38 replies)


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