Bell's palsy is temporary weakness or lack of movement affecting one side of the face. Most people get better within week to nine months.



Bell's palsy often related to having a viral infection but the exact cause of Bell's palsy is unknown.


Weakness or total paralysis on 1 side of your face that develops quickly within 72 hours

a drooping eyelid or corner of the mouth


a dry mouth

a loss of taste

eye irritation, such as dryness or more tears

How We Treat

Once a person diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy should start physiotherapy immediately.

Physiotherapy includes: Nerve stimulation by Galvanic current, PNF Exercise, Infrared radiation (IRR), Motor Point Stimulation.