If you suddenly have twitching, weakness or paralysis on one side of your face, you may have something called Bell’s Palsy. Bell’s Palsy is not always isolated to one side of your face, but that is the most common occurrence. Bell’s Palsy can also be accompanied by drooping of your eyelid and/or corner of your mouth. Drooling or dryness of your eyes or mouth may be present and impairment of taste may also be associated with it.
If you experience symptoms of Bell’s Palsy it most likely was a sudden onset. The peak of Bell’s Palsy typically is reached within 48 hours. If this is you, you certainly are led to wonder, “What caused my Bell’s Palsy?” (more…)
Our experts at Sovereign Rehabilitation provide you with effective therapy for you if you are suffering from Bell’s Palsy. We will formulate an individualized rehabilitation therapy plan to help you recover as quickly as possible. In order to accomplish this, we will examine you and determine how the Bell’s Palsy is being presented. Neuromuscular physical therapy is one of the most important components in most Bell’s Palsy treatment plans.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy, book your appointment with Sovereign Rehabilitation. In addition to the expert treatment you will receive at our office, there are some natural remedies you can try at home to help ease the effects of Bell’s Palsy. (more…)
Which one may have caused your facial weakness? Bell’s Palsy and stroke symptoms can look very similar when looking at their effects on the facial appearance. Here are general guidelines to help you differentiate which one has caused your facial muscle weakness. Always consult your doctor for an accurate diagnosis, but here are some clues for you to consider. (more…)
Bell’s Palsy is a paralysis or weakness of the muscles that affects one side of the face. When there is damage to the facial nerve that on one side of the face, the affected side of the face will droop. This paralysis can affect a person’s sense of taste, smell, production of saliva and tears, and severe cases can also impact a person’s ability to see out of one eye. Bell’s Palsy is a condition that typically comes on suddenly, often overnight, and it will usually get better with time.