Tuesday 1 March, 2016 97% of the general public believe that treatments for facial palsy should be routinely available via the NHS, a recent survey by charity Facial Palsy UK suggests. Yet many patients struggle to access the help they need. The survey conducted in collaboration with Research Now, also found that 60% of the general public expected that physiotherapy would be offered to those with facial palsy, showing a marked contrast to the rea
Bell’s Palsy is the sudden weakness of your facial muscles on one half of the face. These exercises may seem like you are just making funny faces, but this will help get the weak muscles working again. Read Doctor Jo’s blog post about this video at: http://www.askdoctorjo.com/content/bells-palsy-exercises
Suffering From Bells Palsy? Try these natural treatments :) And you might want to check into this: My mom was one in I can't remember to have Bells Palsy and it was a sign of lung cancer. It's not always the case but please check into it. Just in case. I wish I would of known that when she started to have this. We could of caught the cancer at it's starting point... and then maybe we would of had a chance...
Bell Palsy – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ongoing care - A peripheral lower motor neuron facial palsy, usually unilateral, which arises secondary to inflammation and subsequent swelling and compression of the 7th (facial) cranial nerve and the associated vasa nervorum. Read more: http://health.tipsdiscover.com/bell-palsy-causes-symptoms-diagnosis-treatment-and-ongoing-care/#ixzz2Y7aM51TZ
Bell's Palsy is a facial disorder in which partial or full paralysis of face takes place. It results from the dysfunction of cranial nerves which can further cause disability to control and operate facial muscles. the disease destroys the nerves which are responsible for the muscles movement in your face.