It turns out that the symptoms of medial elbow pain I've been having, heretofore diagnosed and treated as medial epicondylapathy, is actually a case of the ulnar nerve subluxating with elbow flexion. When I flex my elbow the nerve, normally routed below the epicondyle, rides up over the surface of the epicondyle, causing soreness on the surface of the epdicondyle and surrounding area. No signs of tendon damage nor nerve damage thus far. Why the nerve leaves the cubital tunnel and rides up is still a question mark. Has anyone here ever dealt with this in the playing career? The ortho thought there might be an elbow sleeve that could be worn to resist the nerve moving, but couldn't suggest a product. Transposition surgery is possible if it gets bad enough, but I'm done with elective surgeries..... Anybody beat (or at least found a way to live with) this and keep playing? Thanks.