Pain Relieved in Arm After Work Related Injury and Failed Tennis Elbow Operation

Young man with approximately one year of severe pain is seen in this video 6 weeks after surgery for a resection of a neuroma of the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve that innervated the scar from his previous tennis elbow operation giving him severe pain in the surgical scar. He also had a radial tunnel release and radial sensory nerve release to help with the chronic severe burning pain in the out side of his elbow that radiated to the back of his hand and thumb, and a carpal tunnel release to help with his numbness in the index, middle, and ring finger. He has been suffering for quite some time. He had been inadequately treated elsewhere and had an unfortunate complication from his previous surgery causing worse pain in the surgical scar. He is quite pleased now -- 6 weeks after surgery after these procedures.

If you or someone you know has chronic pain after a previous surgery or after an accident that you feel is related to an injured or entrapped nerve, please feel free to contact Dr. Eric H Williams at the Dellon Institute for Peripheral Nerve Surgery in Baltimore, Maryland at 410-337-5400.