Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital tunnel syndrome is a condition where too much pressure of the ulnar nerve at the elbow causes pain, numbness, and tingling of the hand and fingers. The ulnar nerve supplies feeling to half of the ring finger, and the small finger. The ulnar nerve also controls most of the small muscles in the hand and some of the forearm muscles.

If you think you have cubital tunnel syndrome, it is important to get evaluated and treated by an orthopedic specialist because cubital tunnel related nerve damage can become permanent over time.

What is the Cubital Tunnel?

What causes Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

How do you diagnose Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

What are Common Treatments for Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

What are the surgical treatments for Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

What to expect after Cubital Tunnel release?

**Disclaimer: Treatment recommendations may vary depending on your true diagnosis. Always follow the recommendations of your orthopedic provider.

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