oh man.. This could be the answer I was looking for

WOW.. hope this guy gets back to me.
clipped from www.endoscopic-cubitaltunnel.com

Endoscopic treatment of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Functional impairment is minimal and the resting period of the operated arm is only a few days. For professional people (doctors, dentists, journalists, engineers and other white collar workers) work can in most cases be resumed the day following surgery.

Traditional methods require long incisions, invasive tissue dissection, often the nerve is transposed from its normal anatomical position, some surgeons even remove a part of the inner elbow bone. This maximally invasive procedure leades to scarring, weeks and months of impaired arm function.

Dr. Reimer Hoffmann from Oldenburg, Germany, has introduced an endoscopic surgical method of treatment, requiring a very small incision and yet allowing a very long decompression of the nerve with very good results.

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