Pins and needles in arm or hand

Ulna nerve - Cubital tunnel syndrome

Ulnar Nerve Compression

Ulnar nerve compression is caused either by a direct blow to the inside of the elbow or by repetitive trauma. It causes numbness and tingling down the forearm and into the fourth and fifth fingers.

Ulna nerve - Cubital tunnel syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

When people knock their elbow and get a painful tingling or numbness, they often say the have ‘hit their funny bone’. This is Cubital tunnel syndrome or ulnar nerve compression. Symptoms Symptoms of Cubital tunnel

Broken wrist Colles fracture

Wrist Fracture – Broken Wrist

A broken wrist is a fracture of any of the bones which make up the wrist joint. Broken wrist symptoms How to tell if you have fractured your wrist. Broken wrist symptoms vary slightly depending

Bowlers thumb

Bowler’s Thumb

Bowler’s Thumb is an overuse injury resulting from compression or repeated friction on the inside of the thumb which causes pressure on the Ulnar nerve. As the name indicates, bowling is the main cause of

Handlebar Palsy Cycling

Handlebar Palsy

Handlebar palsy is a name given to a common condition suffered by cyclists. The symptoms are caused by compression of the ulnar nerve at the wrist against the handlebar. Treating this injury is usually simple,

Rsi - wrist

RSI – Repetitive Strain Injury

RSI or repetitive strain injury is a general term rather than a specific diagnosis used to describe gradual onset pain, usually in the forearm, wrist, and hand. RSI is a term that covers several different

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

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

Radial tunnel syndrome

Radial Tunnel Syndrome

Radial tunnel syndrome, also known as radial nerve entrapment, occurs when the radial nerve in the forearm gets compressed or pinched. It has symptoms similar to Tennis Elbow. Radial nerve entrapment symptoms The symptoms of

Scroll to Top