What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

This syndrome can also be referred to as ulnar nerve entrapment because the ulnar nerve travels through the cubital tunnel that runs under of bump of the bone at the inside of your elbow. The ulnar nerve continues to travel down the arm into the hand and is very important as it gives feeling to the little finger and half of the ring finger. It also controls most of the little muscles in the hand that help with fine movements, and some of the bigger muscles in the forearm that help you make a strong grip.

What are the symptoms of cubital tunnel?

Most of the symptoms of cubital tunnel syndrome occur in your hand although you usually feel the aches and pains in your elbow.

Ulnar nerve entrapment can cause you to feel as though your ring and little finger are “falling asleep” while your elbow is bent, that is why most people get this numbness and tingling feeling after driving, talking on the phone or sleeping.

Sometimes people who suffer from ulnar nerve entrapment find it difficult to move their fingers in and out or to even pick up and grip objects. In more severe cases, people who do a lot of typing or play an instrument have difficulty with finger coordination,

If the nerve is very compressed or has been compressed for a long time, muscle wasting in the hand can occur. Once this happens, muscle wasting cannot be reversed. For this reason, it is important to see your doctor if symptoms are severe or if they are less severe but have been present for more than 6 weeks.

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