Cubital tunnel syndrome
What is cubital tunnel syndrome?
Cubital tunnel syndrome is pressure or blocking of the ulnar nerve (also known as the funny bone nerve), which runs along your arm to your fingers.
What are the symptoms of cubital tunnel syndrome?
Tingling or pins and needles in your little and ring finger
You feel your hand is weak with sharp shooting pains coming up the arm
How is cubital tunnel syndrome diagnosed?
We tend to use nerve testing to diagnose cubital tunnel so we can see where in the nerve the blockage is.
How is cubital tunnel syndrome treated?
Simple mobilisation exercises of the neck and wrist