Radial Nerve Palsy

  1. Radial Nerve Palsy


    Anyone have or know someone who has had experience with this? I developed it on Thursday. Iíve been out of the supplements game for awhile but, I remember there used to be some there were effective at helping nerve regeneration..

    Also wondering what are my exercise limitations. I can technically do push-ups but, is it further danger to the nerve even though itís not engaged?
    Thanks for any help.

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  2. Only supplement I know of for nerves was EvoMuse Nerve Restore. I believe thatís been discontinued for years though. Could try and ďbuildĒ it yourself buying some individual ingredients. I donít have any experience with this, so I canít really tell you anything else.

  3. Id see a neurologist, thats the only way you are going to get the answers you're looking for. From experience, I can promise no dietary supplement is going to help regenerate a nerve of that size. I had an ulnar nerve injury, which led to many surgeries, and my **** ended up never regenerating below the wrist...

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Kevinhim View Post
    Id see a neurologist, thats the only way you are going to get the answers you're looking for. From experience, I can promise no dietary supplement is going to help regenerate a nerve of that size. I had an ulnar nerve injury, which led to many surgeries, and my **** ended up never regenerating below the wrist...
    How did you move forward with training?
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Kevinhim View Post
    Id see a neurologist, thats the only way you are going to get the answers you're looking for. From experience, I can promise no dietary supplement is going to help regenerate a nerve of that size. I had an ulnar nerve injury, which led to many surgeries, and my **** ended up never regenerating below the wrist...
    I have no idea about your specific case. But in general, releasing the ulnar nerve should be a pretty simple procedure. Do u think u were misdiagnosed?

  6. Not sure. Primary said he wasn't sure. Had MRI yesterday on head. Waiting to hear from doctor.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf0420 View Post
    How did you move forward with training?
    After a long while, i just decided that no matter what I'm not gonna let it stop me. No matter how bad it hurts. I started off by attending a lot of occupational and physical therapy. Then I eventually started calisthenics, plyometrics, and yoga - thats where I'm @ now, been going strong for a few months. As long as its safe - work through the pain in any way you can.
  8. Radial Nerve Palsy


    Quote Originally Posted by celc5 View Post
    I have no idea about your specific case. But in general, releasing the ulnar nerve should be a pretty simple procedure. Do u think u were misdiagnosed?
    It's a long sad story bro. I'm almost positive I was misdiagnosed - but I can't prove it. By the time they found out where my ulnar nerve was crushed at (after a number of surgical mishaps), it was already too late and my nerve ended up essentially dying from the wrist down.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Kevinhim View Post
    It's a long sad story bro. I'm almost positive I was misdiagnosed - but I can't prove it. By the time they found out where my ulnar nerve was crushed at (after a number of surgical mishaps), it was already too late and my nerve ended up essentially dying from the wrist down.
    Sorry that happened.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Kevinhim View Post
    It's a long sad story bro. I'm almost positive I was misdiagnosed - but I can't prove it. By the time they found out where my ulnar nerve was crushed at (after a number of surgical mishaps), it was already too late and my nerve ended up essentially dying from the wrist down.
    I'm skeptical of Ncv/Emg testing. But dont have enough objective info to back up some assumptions.

    Im curious about what your PTs or OTs thought about how you were handled.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by celc5 View Post
    I'm skeptical of Ncv/Emg testing. But dont have enough objective info to back up some assumptions.

    Im curious about what your PTs or OTs thought about how you were handled.
    I feel like a large part of emg diagnostics goes back to basic patient care. If you take your time and are thorough, positive results will be achieved - the simple troubleshooting mechanics of it makes it feel like you would receive accurate results. I think the embarrassing problem is that it leaves a lot up to the neuro, so if they have poor work ethics the results have the potential of being far wrong. My PT/OTs worked w/ the surgeons/neuros in the same large franchise, so they didn't say much. They generally didn't know how to approach my situation from a rehabilitation standpoint - b/c they also believed I was being misdiagnosed.

  12. Finally getting a little wrist extension back. Some finger extension too. I see the neurologist on the 4th

  13. Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf0420 View Post
    Finally getting a little wrist extension back. Some finger extension too. I see the neurologist on the 4th
    That great news! Keep doing whatever it is that your doing thats helping lol
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