Bell’s Palsy Treatment
Bell’s Palsy is simply defined as when one side of your face droops down due to nerve trauma. It can vary in time how long it may last and can affect one side or both sides of the face. Your face, or one side is essential paralyzed.
Symptoms of weakened side:
- Facial paralyzed
- Unable to make facial expressions
- Jaw pain
- Sound sensitivity
- Little to no taste
- Lack of saliva or tear production
Viral infections seem to be the culprit, such as:
- Cold sores & genital herpes
- Chickenpox & shingles
- Mono (Epstein Barr Virus – EBV)
- German measles
- Influenza B (flu)
A study done on a middle-aged woman suffered Bell’s Palsy sought chiropractic care, where adjustments were able to reduce nerve pain and improve muscle stimulation. Her symptoms significantly declined after 9 weeks of chiropractic care. A 90% improvement was shown after 1 year.
If this woman’s story bring you hope for healing your Bell’s Palsy symptoms, come on in so we can create a chiropractic recovery plan for you!