Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

(Ulnarneuropathie) There is a compression or tension of the ulnar nerve at the elbow. The ulnar nerve is often at the elbow and rarely irritated the wrist area. The cubital tunnel syndrome, which is much less common than carpal tunnel syndrome is most commonly caused by the rebellion on the elbow or longer extreme flexion of the elbow. It is less common than carpal tunnel syndrome. The pitching in baseball…

September 3, 2018
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What is Medial Epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow)?

July 22, 2018

` Medial epicondylitis is regularly referred to as golfer’s elbow. Because it is known as “golfer’s elbow” does not mean that only golfers get and suffer from this condition. However; the golf swing is a frequent trigger of medial epicondylitis. Many other repetitive activities can also lead to golfer’s elbow: throwing, chopping wood with an ax, running a chainsaw, and leveraging many kinds of hand tools. Any movements that emphasize…

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Understanding Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

July 21, 2018

Cubital tunnel syndrome occurs when the ulnar nerve, which moves through the cubital tunnel (a tunnel of the ligament, muscle, and bone) on the within the elbow, is damaged and becomes swollen, distended, and irritated. Cubital tunnel syndrome produces the pain that feels similar to the sensation you have when you hit the “funny bone” in the elbow. The “funny bone” in the elbow is not a bone but rather…

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