i had a elbow dislocation surgery where k - wire was used.after removing k wire i am having ulnar compression.will it go.what should i do to cure the problem.i am undergoing physiotherapy.will i get back my elbow movements & wrist movements completely.can i straighten my hand.
thanks for your reply.my elbow is showing improvement,numbness is also gone.i have little clawing of little finger .now what should i do.will this compression go.should i go for surgery.what is the maximum period i can wait.i am getting back my forearm strength.
if i dont go for surgery will the nerve start degenerate again.just i have some uncomfortable feeling in my little finger.because of this elbow problem is it difficult for compression to go.what should i do.no doctor is guiding me properly.
please help me.
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