Bell's Palsy

Bell’s palsy is treated by the medical profession in one of two ways: 1. wait until it goes away, or 2. prescribe corticosteroids. In this office I treat Bell’s palsy also in two ways:  1. use my soft laser 632. This is a “cold” laser that does not cut or burn. Rather it stimulates the mitochondria in the cells to enlarge or replicate. Either way, the cell does more of what it is trying to do. In this case it is working to repair itself. The soft laser in this office has brought about resolution in these cases within three to five treatments. My second treatment is always a chiropractic spinal adjustment. This helps the body deal with any kind of stress including that of Bell’s palsy.

As with most diseases, the sooner we can administer treatment, the better the chances of a quick resolution. If you know anyone with Bell’s palsy, I encourage you to refer them to this office for treatment. Last year a 23 year old fellow came to this office with Bell’s palsy. The entire left side of his face was flaccid. He could not blink his left eye, and there was no trace of a smile on his left side.

Four treatments with the laser and Chiropractic spinal adjustments and the condition was entirely resolved. Nowhere in the health care field is such a rapid and complete resolution to Bell’s palsy found.