Webinar 98 - Approach to Bell’s Palsy / Trigeminal Neuralgia

Bell's palsy involves a rapid, unilateral paralysis or paresis of the facial nerve, leading to the inability to move the facial muscles on one side of the face, on the other hand Trigeminal neuralgia is characterized by paroxysmal attacks of pain along the branches of the trigeminal nerve, triggered by activities such as chewing, swallowing food, or brushing the teeth on the other hand.

Even though both these are acute inflammatory neurological disorders and can be disabling, a multi-modal treatment plan including integrative therapies may shorten recovery time in some patients.

Trigeminal neuralgia and Bell's palsy can be debilitating. Facial pain and paralysis limits one's ability to perform activities of daily living, including speaking, eating, and occupational functioning.

In order to understand this disorder in detail please join Dr C H Asrani in his webinar on “Approach to Bell’s Palsy / Trigeminal Neuralgia”
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