Forearm pain

Ulna nerve - Cubital tunnel syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of the ulnar nerve in the elbow. It may also be known as ulnar nerve compression, or hitting your ‘funny bone’. Here we explain the symptoms, causes and treatment of Cubital tunnel syndrome. Symptoms Symptoms come and go to start with, only to become more persistent over time. …

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Anterior interosseous syndrome

Anterior Interosseous Syndrome

Anterior Interosseous Syndrome is entrapment a branch of the Median nerve, just above the elbow. The nerve becomes compressed, causing symptoms of pain in the upper arm and difficulty moving the thumb, index finger, and middle finger. Symptoms Difficulty moving your index and middle fingers. Or you may have specific weakness in these fingers. Bending …

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Forearm splints

Forearm Splints

Forearm splints are similar to shin splints in the lower leg, although far less common. It comes on gradually, occurring in those who repetitively use their wrist, contracting the forearm muscles. The pain in the arm is normally dull and increases with movement, so resting from the activity is the simplest way to help this …

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Median nerve injury

Median Nerve Injury

Median nerve injury is Injury to the median nerve at the elbow. It may cause symptoms to appear in the forearm, wrist, and hand. They are often caused by another sudden injury which traps or tears the nerve. Symptoms of a median nerve injury An injury above the elbow may result in difficulty or even …

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Pronator teres syndrome

Pronator Teres Syndrome

Pronator teres syndrome causes pain, numbness and tingling in the forearm and hand. As the name indicates, pronating the hand (turning the hand with the palm facing down) can cause and exacerbate this injury. Pronator teres syndrome symptoms Symptoms of pronator teres syndrome can be very similar to carpal tunnel syndrome and include: Tingling or …

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