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I've been diagnosed with cubicle tunnel in left arm - where do I find brace restraint?
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Dr. Shawn Hennigan
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In brief: Cubital tunnel
Cubital tunnel syndrome occurs when the ulnar nerve ( i.
e. Funny bone) gets compressed in a groove behind the elbow. Symptoms tend to be worse at night, when the elbow naturally tends flex. A cheap and easy brace to use at nighttime is a simple elbow pad with the pad flipped into the front of the elbow. There, it prevents flexion of the elbow. Good luck!

In brief: Cubital tunnel
Cubital tunnel syndrome occurs when the ulnar nerve ( i.
e. Funny bone) gets compressed in a groove behind the elbow. Symptoms tend to be worse at night, when the elbow naturally tends flex. A cheap and easy brace to use at nighttime is a simple elbow pad with the pad flipped into the front of the elbow. There, it prevents flexion of the elbow. Good luck!
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