Category Archives: Facial Nerve Palsy

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Dealing with Bell’s Palsy

We have a facial nerve that stretches down each side of the face. These nerves allow us to laugh, smile, frown, and open and close our eyelids. Sometimes facial paralysis occurs when a person is unable to move all or some of the muscles usually on one side of the face. There can be various… Read More »


Treating and managing Facial Paralysis

Facial paralysis happens when there is a loss of facial movement usually as a result of nerve damage. The facial nerve stretches down each side of the face and allows a person to laugh, smile, frown, lift the eye brows and close the eyelids. When the nerve is functioning properly, the person doesn’t even think… Read More »


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Dealing with Bell’s Palsy

We have a facial nerve that stretches down each side of the face. These nerves allow us to laugh, smile, frown, and open and close our eyelids. Sometimes facial paralysis occurs when a person is Keep Reading ►
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