Radial tunnel syndrome

What is Radial tunnel syndrome?

Radial Tunnel Syndrome is caused by increased pressure on the radial nerve as it travels from the upper arm (the brachial plexus) to the hand and wrist.

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Hello, my name is XXXXXXX I am 56 years old. Since December of 2012 I have been dealing with lateral epicondylitis. It worsened by March so my...

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Cubital tunnel syndrome more likely.

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Since you have a medial epicondylitis now...

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I have a pain/ electricity feeling in my tricep. I first noticed it when I was running a week ago and its progressively getting worse. I do not...

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Little bit more information will be helpful

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I am a regular runner and when I go on long runs (8 or more miles), the part of my arm below my elbow will have a shock sensations a few times....

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You have provided with good information, I appreciated it. In order to guide you appropriately, I will need a few...

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