Have you tried our treatment for your Bells palsy. If you haven’t? Let me explain our treatment flow for this condition.
Bell’s palsy, also known as idiopathic facial paralysis, is a form of temporary facial paralysis.
We play an important role in the treatment of various conditions, including Bell’s palsy. The primary goal of physiotherapy for Bell’s palsy is to promote facial muscle strength, mobility, and overall recovery. Here are some common physiotherapy treatments used for Bell’s palsy:
Physiotherapists can teach you specific exercises to strengthen and retrain the facial muscles affected by Bell’s palsy. These exercises may involve facial movements such as smiling, raising the eyebrows, and puffing out the cheeks. Regular practice of these exercises can help improve muscle tone and coordination.
Gentle massage techniques may be used to stimulate blood flow to the affected facial muscles and relieve muscle tension. Massage can also help reduce swelling and promote relaxation.
Electrical stimulation, such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) or neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), may be used to stimulate the facial nerves and muscles. which can help improve muscle strength and restore normal movement.
Heat or Cold Therapy
The application of heat or cold packs to the affected side of the face can help reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling.
I-Thera help to reduce pain and improve blood circulation.
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Help reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling.