A pinched nerve occurs when pressure or force is put on an area of a nerve, causing it to send warning signals to the brain. Pinched nerves are usually caused by a damaged nerve, and symptoms can include pain, numbness, and weakness.
Although tennis elbow is usually a fairly mild condition for which there are a range of effective treatments, it’s still something best avoided entirely because it can take a while to heal and can recur if you don’t take appropriate action to strengthen the area.
Hand tumors and wrist tumors can come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, it may just look like an ordinary lump or bump. And while it may technically be a tumor, the tumor is not necessarily cancerous. There are many different types of hand tumors, and most are benign, which means non-cancerous. Hand tumors can be something as common as a wart or a mole, which are on top of the skin, or something more uncommon that is beneath the skin.
A key instrument of communication and commerce, our hands are among our most personal assets. As golfers, they’re our only connection to the golf club, making them vitally important. They need to be strong and steady.
When you hit your funny bone, or to be more correct, the ulnar nerve, you experience pain where the ulnar nerve works: down the forearm and into the ring and small fingers. This is called the ulnar nerve distribution, and it is the area of the body where the ulnar nerve provides sensation.