Acupuncture For Facial Paralysis


Acupuncture has long been used in the treatment of various forms of facial paralysis, such as Bell’s palsy. Acupuncture can help in the treatment of facial palsy by reducing inflammation, improving circulation, improving physical and emotional well-being, promoting healing, and the relaxation of the facial muscles. Acupuncture has also proved to be helpful in the treatment of synkinesis by relaxing tight facial muscles and promoting relaxation. 

If you’re suffering from the effects of facial paralysis in some form, undergoing acupuncture treatment can help to relax the facial muscles and tissues, and promote a general feeling of well-being. It has been suggested among Chinese researchers that the treatment of intensive acupuncture improves facial muscle recovery and improves the quality of life of anyone suffering facial paralysis. 


At the Ines Medical, our qualified practitioner is adept in administering acupuncture to treat multiple forms of facial problems, including facial paralysis, Bell’s palsy and Chloasma. If you’re keen to find out more about how acupuncture can help you with your condition contact the Ines Medical.

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