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Ulnar Neuropathy

The Ulnar nerve runs all the way from the neck, through the elbow and into the pinky and ring fingers. Along the way there are many opportunities for the nerve to be pinched causing pain, numbness, tingling and weakness to those areas. In this blog we will discuss the various ulnar neuropathies that affect the [...]

Information about Electrodiagnostic Study

Information about Electrodiagnostic Study Electrodiagnostic
study reveals the condition of your nerves and muscles and can also determine the presence, nature and degree of any damage. This study also verifies any unexplained nagging pain, numbness, tingling sensation, weakness or muscle cramping. California Sports & Rehab specializes in performing electrodiagnostic study which consists of two parts, first [...]

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy

At California Sports & Rehab we are on the very forefront of medical advances in regenerative medicine. This week we will discuss our technique of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy. This innovative therapy allows individuals to avoid the long, tedious healing time by injecting regenerative cells into the body that makes the cells heal faster. [...]

Bowler’s Thumb

Bowler’s Thumb Bowler’s thumb is a neuropathic medical condition in which the median and radial nerve is compressed or repeatedly under pressure causing pain at the thumb. This nerve becomes damaged after an individual consistently uses their thumb to grip hard objects. Symptoms An individual affected with Bowler’s Thumb may present pain on the inner [...]

Quadratus Lumborum Syndrome

Quadratus Lumborum Syndrome The Quadratus Lumborum muscle starts at the top of the pelvis and runs up to the 12th rib of the lower back on both sides of the spine. This muscle is essential for proper stabilization of the pelvis when standing, sitting or walking. It is a prime source for complaints of lower [...]

Radial Nerve Palsy ( Saturday Night Palsy)

Radial Nerve Palsy, commonly known as Saturday Night Palsy, Honeymoon Palsy or Crutch Palsy, refers to an injury or compression of the radial nerve at the upper arm. This often happens on Saturday nights when one puts their arm around their significant other at the movies or when one falls asleep with the upper arm [...]

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome is a condition that involves either stretching or pressure of the ulnar nerve at the elbow. The ulnar nerve runs down from the shoulder down towards the elbow in front of the funny bone (olecranon) and continues between the muscles in the forearm and inside the hand giving sensation to the little [...]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition in which the median nerve travelling through the wrist is compressed or squeezed. This nerve is surrounded by ligaments, tendons and bones that may thicken and enlarge due to many factors. These factors include either repetitive hand use, hand and palm positions that involve flexing and extending, pregnancy, genetics, [...]

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a term that describes the abnormal compression, injury or irritation of the nerves and blood vessels between the lower neck and upper chest area. This injury can affect all ages and genders resulting from either repetitive injuries from work or sports, motor vehicular injuries, anatomical defects, poor posture or pregnancy. An [...]

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