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Weakened face

Weakened face


Bell’s Pasly is a symptom of weakness in the half-hemisphere of the facial muscles. As a result of the 7th pair of brain nerves, which regulate muscle movements for facial expressions are not working by virus infection. A symptom that is likely to occur at any age. Especially for people with diabetes.


The treatment uses electrical stimulation to maintain muscle strength during nerve treatment and increase blood flow by compressing hot plates and gently pressing massages.