Bells palsy physiotherapy treatment

Bell’s Palsy: Treatment with ReLiva Physiotherapy

Causes   I  Symptoms   I   Treatment & Recovery time  I  Physiotherapy   I  Self Help Advice

Bell's palsy is a condition that causes temporary weakness or paralysis of the muscles in one side of the face. It is the most common cause of Facial Paralysis.

It usually results from a dysfunction of the cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) causing paralysis of one side of the face. The very peculiar feature of this condition is a rapid onset of partial or complete paralysis that often occurs overnight. It is named after Scottish Anatomist Charles Bell (1774-1842) who first described this condition and hence the name – Bell’s Palsy.

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Developmental Milestones

Developmental milestones of each child are unique and develops at her/his own pace. Many parents worry a lot about their child and the time when the child should be achieving these milestones. Parents can educate themselves about the milestones and the opportunities for treatment and intervention in case of any disorder. Whether a child has a developmental delay or disorder, early identification and intervention are essential for achieving the best possible outcome.

The most common disorders are mental retardation, cerebral palsy, followed by autism spectrum disorders.Read More

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