Pain, numbness, and tingling in the forearm and fingers could mean the ulnar nerve between the neck and hand has gotten itself into a bind. While this can happen anywhere, such as the collarbone or wrist, compression of the ulnar nerve is most common in the elbow. Most cases don’t require surgery; physical therapy can address hand-weakness and other issues.
Treatments We Provide
At Advanced Care, a physical therapist works with your doctor to devise a treatment program expressly for you. That program may include any one or combination of the following.