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MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE (MND) / ALS - (1st) AYURVEDA RESEARCH AND TREATMENT CENTER IN INDIA by charaka Posted Sat 10 Oct 2009 1:57am MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE (MND)is the name given to a group of related diseases affecting the motor neurones in the brain and spinal cord. Motor neurones are those nerve cells that control muscles, and their degeneration leads to weakness and wasting of muscles, causing increasing loss of mobility in the limbs, and difficulties with speech, swallowin ... Read on »
Treatments for Bell's Palsy by Med RX Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of treatments and procedures that are commonly used to treat Bell's Palsy: Acyclovir Artificial tears Avoiding eye trauma Corticosteroids Eye patch Facial massage Facial muscle exercises Facial surgery Goggles Heat lamps Heat packs Lumbar Puncture Methylcellulose eye drops Pain relief Phy ... Read on »
Treatments for Cerebral Palsy by Better Health Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of treatments and procedures that are commonly used to treat Cerebral Palsy: Anticonvulsants Behavioral therapy Botox Injection Brace Braces Counseling Heel Cord Lengthening Mechanical aids Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Psychotherapy Speech Therapy Surgery Wheelchair These are j ... Read on »
Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities: - Neuro-cognitive therapy. by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Sep 2008 5:10am This is a comprehensive article about neuro-cognitive therapy.In the treatment of cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities Link: Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities: - Neuro-cognitive therapy.. Read on »
PV card: Bell's Palsy Treatment by Michelle Lin Medical Doctor Posted Thu 21 Feb 2013 12:00am Accuracy Valid for practice True to literature Overall quality Please peer-review rate this blog post by clicking on the stars. Bell's Palsy is an idiopathic unilateral facial nerve par ... Read on »
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 »
Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy. - Physiotherapy by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 9:07pm this is an interesting and informative article about the use of physiotherapy to treat cerebral palsy Link: Snowdrop: Treatment for cerebral palsy. - Physiotherapy. When a child is diagnosed as suffering from cerebral palsy, the diagnosing doctor automatically refers that child to a physiotherapist. This seems the logical and natural cou ... Read on »
Fertility treatments up risk of cerebral palsy by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 8:48am Unfortunately with artificial fertiltiy techniques, it's hard to tell some of the side effects until enough people have done them to see a pattern and/or the kids have grown old enough. Here's an article on ART and risk of cerebral palsy http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6614RL20100702?feedType=RSS&feedName=healthNews Read on »