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How fast can I make my cubital tunnel syndrome go away?

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Dr. Lawrence Kale
Occupational Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Cubital tunnel fix

There is no quick way to cure it; it depend on what's causing it.
The problem could be from injury to the elbow, significant degenerative changes (arthritis), repetitive and/or prolonged elbow bending, or prolonged/repetitive pressure. It may also come as a consequence of endocrine problems, like diabetes, or the presence of a cyst or tumor. So, treatment is dependent on the cause.

In brief: Cubital tunnel fix

There is no quick way to cure it; it depend on what's causing it.
The problem could be from injury to the elbow, significant degenerative changes (arthritis), repetitive and/or prolonged elbow bending, or prolonged/repetitive pressure. It may also come as a consequence of endocrine problems, like diabetes, or the presence of a cyst or tumor. So, treatment is dependent on the cause.
Dr. Lawrence Kale
Dr. Lawrence Kale
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Dr. Richard Makowiec
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: Not fast

Cubital tunnel syndrome does not often quickly resolve.
If you have mild symptoms, avoiding aggravating factors such as prolonged elbow flexion or resting on your elbows is helpful. Medical treatment & therapy can be tried but success rates are variable. Surgical treatment is frequently needed & recovery can be time consuming. Newer techniques have significantly reduced recovery times.

In brief: Not fast

Cubital tunnel syndrome does not often quickly resolve.
If you have mild symptoms, avoiding aggravating factors such as prolonged elbow flexion or resting on your elbows is helpful. Medical treatment & therapy can be tried but success rates are variable. Surgical treatment is frequently needed & recovery can be time consuming. Newer techniques have significantly reduced recovery times.
Dr. Richard Makowiec
Dr. Richard Makowiec
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