How to fix an Ulnar Nerve Injury – Do Stretches and Exercises work?

Huntington Beach, Orange County CA

Yes ulnar nerve stretches and ulnar nerve exercises do work to some degree but when you have an ulnar nerve injury, you should first find out where the location of the injury is.  Flossing of the ulnar nerve has been considered as a popular type of stretching over the recent year but if performed improperly, the ulnar nerve can become inflamed.  It is extremely common to have the ulnar nerve injury to be entrapped within muscle bellies and other soft tissue structures.

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We have created a few videos with as much information about an ulnar nerve injury.  Enjoy but remember you should always see a medical professional for treatment of conditions such as an ulnar nerve injury.

Here is a great stretch for the an ulnar nerve injury.

Ulnar Nerve Injury

Ulnar Nerve Injury – Huntington Beach


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