The biceps are essential in flexing the elbow and supinating the forearm. A rupture of the biceps tendon occurs proximally near the shoulder or distally near the elbow. These ruptures mainly occur when the elbow is flexed suddenly or forcefully. Some people might hear a “pop” sound when it happens as the tendon separates from
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What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome and Why are My Fingers Numb?
Pain has a protective purpose. What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome? When you get numbness or tingling in your ring and small finger for no apparent reason, that is usually caused by a condition called cubital tunnel syndrome. One of the major nerves of the arm, called the ulnar nerve, is responsible for powering several of