There are two
locations where the ulnar nerve is likely to
be compressed in the upper extremity. The
first is at the elbow in a region called the
cubital tunnel; here the condition is called
cubital tunnel syndrome. The second is at
the wrist as the nerve enters Guyon's canal
(also known as the tunnel of Guyon). Here,
ulnar nerve entrapment is called Guyon's
problems occur more often than we realize.
In fact, cubital tunnel syndrome is
considered the second-most-common
neuropathy, with carpal tunnel syndrome
being the first. Luckily, identification of
these conditions is not terribly difficult.
Massage treatment is also generally