i am having compressed ulnar nerve cubital tunnel surgery tomorrow vlog

Ulnar tunnel syndrome may be characterized by the location or zone within the Guyon’s canal at which the ulnar nerve is compressed. The nerve divides into a superficial sensory branch and a deeper motor branch in this area. Thus, Guyon’s canal can be separated into three zones based on which portion of the ulnar nerve are involved.I have the bi-lateral cubital tunnel. I had my right arm operated on in 2000 and the left in 2009. I had the ulnar nerve transpostion done which is more recovery then the other surgery which I forget what that’s called. My doctor only believes in doing the Transposition because you’re more likely to have a second surgery with the other one.In Situ Decompression of the Ulnar Nerve at the Cubital Tunnel Robert P. Waugh, MD, Dan A. Zlotolow, MD* Department of Orthopaedics, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Kernan Hospital, 2200 Kernan Drive, Baltimore, MD 21207, USA Surgical treatment for ulnar nerve compression at the elbow was described as early as the late nineteenth.Hello – I am having. compression, nerve transposition needed? -or whether the irritation/pain is more medial epicondylitis(golfers elbow) or even both. I am 46 yo female – and trying to decide if.


This video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpA5NHxv4tg, can also be seen at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLflmlm4r2SuSehbrudXiwwbpgaMyyf7_T.Ulnar nerve entrapment occurs when the ulnar nerve in the arm becomes compressed or irritated. The ulnar nerve is one of the three main nerves in your arm. It travels from your neck down into your.RobR wrote:Hi every one I am about to have surgery on my left elbow to relocate the ulnar nerve which has been irritated for almost a year now.I had this exact surgery several years ago to relieve cubital tunnel syndrome brought on by repetitive stress (computer work, not climbing). The surgery was a complete success; I’ve had no problems since. JLUlnar nerve decompression procedure involves relieving pressure on the ulnar nerve in the elbow by cutting a band of tissue, moving the nerve, or by removing a portion of bone in the elbow to create more space.If you have questions, let me know and I’ll answer them in upcoming videos. Aloha, Marc