Ulnar Neuropathy

Ulnar neuropathy is characterized by injury to the ulnar nerve, the nerve that travels across the elbow from the shoulder to the hand and helps you to move your hand and wrist. Damage to the nerve slows down or stops signals being sent across the nerve.


  • Numbness, decreased sensation or abnormal sensations in the little finger and certain regions of the ring finger
  • Loss of coordination in the fingers
  • Pain, tingling and burning sensation
  • Weakness of the hand


  • Physical examination
  • Blood tests
  • MRI
  • Nerve ultrasound
  • Nerve Conduction
  • X-ray

Non-surgical Treatments

  • Dry Needling
  • Steroid and Hyaluronic Acid Image Guided Injections

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