Bell's Palsy Treatment- Neurology, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation
Bell's Palsy, also known as Idiopathic Facial Paralysis (IFP), is a neurological disorder resulting in a unilateral temporary weakness of the facial muscles with a partial or one-sided droopy face, rarely on both sides, due to dysfunction of the seventh cranial nerve that is the facial nerve. To learn more about Bells Palsy, please read our blog at Bell's Palsy and its Management
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