Answers to Common Hand and Wrist Questions

Premier Health providers answers frequently asked questions about common hand and wrist conditions.

What is cubital tunnel syndrome?

Dr. Matthew Cavo discusses cubital tunnel syndrome. Click play to watch the video or read the transcript.

What is cubital tunnel syndrome?

Cubital tunnel syndrome is when a patient experiences a pinched nerve in their elbow. It's similar to carpal tunnel syndrome, which is a pinched nerve at the wrist. Except it's a different nerve, and it's in a different part of the body.

   

Cubital tunnel syndrome is when a patient experiences a pinched nerve in their elbow. It's similar to carpal tunnel syndrome, which is a pinched nerve at the wrist. Cubital tunnel involves a different nerve in a different part of the body.

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Source: Beth Berrettoni, MD, Hand and Reconstructive Surgeons and Associates; Matthew Cavo, MD, Hand and Reconstructive Surgeons and Associates; Krista Storms, OT, Premier Health

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