Radial nerve compression, or radial tunnel syndrome, may occur at any point along the radial nerve pathway and may have varied etiologies.
Signs and symptoms can be similar to those felt with lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), therefore it can be difficult to determine which condition is causing the pain and weakness.
Symptoms may include fatigue and a dull ache in the upper forearm when using the arm with the most frequent site of tenderness felt in the area of the supinator. Less common symptoms can be felt
at the back of the hand or wrist.
In this Webcast, Stuart Hinds explains how to test for and then treat the musculature involved when radial nerve entrapment tests positive. His clear and easy to follow explanation and demonstrations
make his treatment protocol easy to follow and safe to apply when indicated in your clinical practice.
10 CPE Points