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Nearly Half Of Bell’s Palsy Patients Not Getting Recommended Treatment by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 26 Oct 2013 3:00pm Renowned facial paralysis surgeon Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS responds to recent study indicating many Bell’s palsy patients are not receiving proper treatment for the condition. A study recently published in the British Medical Journal states that around 44% of Bell’s palsy patients are not getting any treatment for the condition. Accordin ... Read on »
Facial Nerve Decompression Proves Effective Treatment For Long Time Sufferers Of Bell’s Palsy & Facial Paralysis by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Dec 2013 3:00am Expert facial paralysis surgeon Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS, Director of the Facial Paralysis Institute in Beverly Hills discusses the promising treatment in a new article. In a newly published article to FacialParalysisInstitute.com titled “Facial Nerve Decompression,” world-renowned Bell’s palsy doctor and facial nerve expert Babak Azizza ... Read on »
Possible New Treatment For Permanent Bell’s Palsy by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Jan 2014 7:00am Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS, Director of the Facial Paralysis Institute, comments on the recent treatment of a Bell’s palsy patient with stromal vascular fraction cells. An article published October 9, 2013, on CNN described the recent treatment of a patient living with permanent Bell’s palsy and Type I diabetes with IntelliCell Bioscience ... Read on »
What’s athetoid or dyskinetic cerebral palsy? | Brainpalsy.com - Helping Parents Combat Cerebral Palsy by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 1:38pm Link: What’s athetoid or dyskinetic cerebral palsy? | Brainpalsy.com - Helping Parents Combat Cerebral Palsy.  A great article about athetoid or dyskinetic cerebral palsy Read on »
Dear Fran: Bell’s Palsy by FrancesRen Health Maven Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 5:04pm Dear Fran, A few days ago, it started with the drooping of my eyebrow…by the end of the day my eyes can’t shut close, eyebrows can’t lift up, and half of my face has no sensation. Thought I had a stroke, until I was told I got Bells Palsy. I’m horrified. I’ve researched a lot and worried about lot the long-term affects of this virus: facial ... Read on »
What Is Cerebral Palsy? What Causes Cerebral Palsy? by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 6:02pm This is a great article about Cerebral Palsy What Is Cerebral Palsy? What Causes Cerebral Palsy? Read on »
Bell’s palsy| late recovery phenonmenon by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 20 Mar 2009 3:12pm Saturday, March 21, 2009  Bell' s palsy is an idiopathic neuropathy of cranial nerve VII, and the incidence ranges from 15 to 40 per 100,000. The majority of patients recover, but up to 16 percent of patients have significant sequelae.   The phenomenon of the "late recovered" Bell' s palsy has the following specific features and has not for ... Read on »
SYMPTOMS AND RECOVERY OF BELL’S PALSY by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted Tue 04 May 2010 12:21pm           Bell’s palsy is a weakness or paralysis of the facial muscles.  It occurs when the seventh facial nerve is damaged, resulting in a droopy appearance to one side of the face.  The majority of cases of Bell’s palsy are temporary, and the symptoms may resolve as early as 2 weeks.  Some 40,000 Americans are affected by it each year; 80% ... Read on »
New Study Shows Early Physical Therapy In Individuals Affected With Bell’s Palsy Could Lead to Better Long Term Results by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 May 2013 7:00pm In a recent study published in the April 2013 edition of Neuroehabil Neural Repair, a randomized controlled trial was conducted to determine the efficiency of early set physical therapy for individuals affected with the facial paralysis condition Bell’s palsy. Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS, and world-renowned facial paralysis surgeon in Beverly H ... Read on »
Bell’s Palsy by Krystal Plonski Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 12:00am Bell’s Palsy is a medical condition that hits close to home for me because my step dad has recurrent bouts, which seems especially sporadic at times and he usually wakes up with one side of his face paralyzed, for no apparent reason. Its happened twice since I’ve known him. Although it usually goes away, it can be irritating to the per ... Read on »