Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital and Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Injury or trauma to the elbow or forearm region can cause nerve compression, leading to conditions such as cubital and radial tunnel syndrome. These conditions affect the nerves that pass through the elbow and forearm, causing pain, numbness, and weakness in the hand and wrist. In this article, we will discuss the causes, symptoms, and [...]

Symptoms of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: What to Look Out For

Cubital tunnel syndrome (CuTS) is a condition caused by pressure on the ulnar nerve, the nerve that runs along the inner side of the elbow. If left untreated, CuTS can cause severe pain and even permanent nerve damage. It's important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of CuTS so that you can seek [...]

2023-01-25T21:43:18-05:00January 25th, 2023|Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, General Blog|

Is Your “Funny Bone” a Sign of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

A few aspects of our bodies can be regarded as intriguing in some sense. Hearing someone laugh can cause you to laugh as well. The amusing sounds that sometimes accompany passing gas are amusing. It's amusing when someone feels obligated to yawn after you yawn. However, despite the fact that we've decided to call it [...]

2022-09-22T00:32:52-04:00September 22nd, 2022|Cubital Tunnel Syndrome|

What You Need to Know About Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

A funny bone injury happens when you hit the inside of your elbow in a certain spot, and a tingling pain hits you. The aching you experience comes from hitting the ulnar nerve instead of a bone and is something many people are familiar with facing. However, if the pain doesn’t stop, it could signify [...]

2021-10-13T21:13:48-04:00October 13th, 2021|Cubital Tunnel Syndrome|

A Guide to Cubital Tunnel Syndrome—What to Know

Every time you place significant pressure on your hands and remain in the same position for a long time, you will likely experience numbness and a tingling sensation. The pins and needles you’re feeling originate from your pinky and part of your ring finger, leading you to conclude that you have carpal tunnel syndrome. However, [...]

2021-05-13T03:06:36-04:00May 13th, 2021|Cubital Tunnel Syndrome|

A Quick Guide to Cubital Tunnel Syndrome – What to Know

You use your arms and hands for virtually each of your activities throughout the day. It is for this reason that even the dullest pain or tingling sensation can disrupt your day and keep you from doing your tasks.  When it comes to pain and discomfort in your hands, the first thing that would probably [...]

2020-12-23T01:47:36-05:00December 23rd, 2020|Cubital Tunnel Syndrome|

3 Common Hand and Wrist Injuries and How to Treat Them

From employees doing their nine-to-five jobs in front of desktops and laptops to the local consumer browsing the web, it’s undeniable that technology has become a vital aspect of our lives. Our dependence on technology has made us more prone to wrist-related injuries by overusing our devices. Although they have made our lives simpler, they [...]

How is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Treated?

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a medical condition that occurs in both men and women when they become subject to excessive stretching, flexing, or pressure on the elbow. While the condition isn’t deadly, it can be caused by seemingly innocuous day-to-day activities and lead to numbness, pain, or discomfort in the fingers, hands, wrist, forearm, [...]

2020-05-28T03:33:39-04:00May 28th, 2020|Cubital Tunnel Syndrome|
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