209 – Bell’s Palsy

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Bell’s palsy is the inflammation of the facial nerve causing paralysis and an asymmetric face. It is most often unilateral, and causes one side of the face to sag, a crooked smile and a drooping eye that the client can’t close. It has a very rapid onset, usually overnight, but can take up to three […]

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