Our specialists are here to guide and help you. With many years of experience, our specialists will make sure that you feel comfortable and confident, that you can improve your situation.
We start your rehabilitation by getting to know you and your situation. Which is why we would like you to know a bit more about us. You can always send us a message with your concerns or questions. Our specialists will speak with you and will answer you questions.
About our specialists
Elena Pashova, founder of Crystal Touch Clinic and Neuro-Proprioceptive Rehabilitation method. Dermatologist by education, she has more than 25 years’ experience in aesthetics and 10 years – in the recovery of facial palsies.
Elena Pashova is the main therapist in Crystal Touch International Humanitarian project “Bring back your Smile!” and in the aesthetic project “Face Sanatorium” (Austria and Croatia). Every day Elena treats in Rotterdam clinic our international patients arriving from Canada and Australia, Russia and Switzerland, Finland and Denmark, Hungary and UK. She takes an active part in the regular Bell’s Palsy Information Days that we organize twice per year in the World Trade Center Rotterdam.
She travels regularly to other countries to give free help to children with congenital and post-traumatic facial palsies and with complications of Bell’s palsy.
Alex Pashov, co-founder of Crystal Touch Clinic and the leader of our scientific research team. Neuro-Rehabilitation specialist and MSc by education, he is doing the scientific work, research, consulting, presents our results at International congresses, maintains active world-wide correspondence with Bell’s Palsy sufferers in all continents, and with the Scientific institutions in various countries.
One of Alex’s mission is to educate facial and Bell’s palsy sufferers about their condition. He has created the Video Course about facial and Bell’s palsy, to spread the knowledge. He also regularly hosts Bell’s Palsy Seminars & Workshops in various countries. The aim of the seminars and workshops is to educate about facial and Bell’s palsy, as well as provide some practical knowledge to those who are unable to do full Crystal Touch Rehabilitation program.
Jana Fialova has first joined the clinic in 2012. Her fascination with the results achieved by our patients has inspired her to do more. In 2017 she completed the two years training in Neuro-Proprioceptive Rehabilitation. Since then she is working as a full-time specialist.
Jana actively participates in our Humanitarian project “Bring back your Smile!” by working with patients both in our Rotterdam clinic and abroad. In 2017, together with our other specialists, Jana participated in Bell’s palsy Info-day and workshop in Rio-de-Janeiro (Brazil). In summer 2018 she worked with long-standing facial palsy patients during Crystal Touch Face Sanatorium in Zell am See (Austria), and in October 2018 she took part in our Bell’s palsy seminar and workshop in London, UK. In May 2019 Jana will play a major role during our Bell’s palsy seminar and workshop in Vienna (Austria).
Jana has a special talent of compassion, of listening and understanding the patient’s subtle imbalances both in the physiology of facial expressions and in his or her emotional state. Jana can also explain complex matters in an easy-to-understand language and in a well-structured manner.
Before joining Crystal Touch, Michael Lysoy already had an impressive record of helping patients with emotional and psychological issues while working within NHS structure in London, UK. His degree in psychology helps him to better understand and to properly address deep-rooted emotional imbalances and changes in self-esteem of our patients who are confronted with residuals and complications of long-standing Bell’s palsy as well as other types of facial palsies.
As a specialist of Crystal Touch clinic, Michael took an active part in our London seminar and workshop (October 2018) that had been organized to help Bell’s palsy patients from many countries to reduce residuals and complications of their long-standing disorder. Michael plays an important role in our Humanitarian project “Bring back your Smile!”. Together with the team, he travels the world to help long-standing Bell’s palsy patients who, due to financial constraints, cannot travel to Rotterdam for their rehabilitation programs. Within the scope of this project, in 2018 Michael worked with children and adults in Rotterdam (The Netherlands), Moscow (Russia), and in Zell am See (Austria).
In 2019 Michael will continue to expand his expertise in rehabilitation of our patients and will become a part of our scientific research unit.