“What we can measure, we can manage!”
Why is it so important to measure the level of facial nerve recovery? The answer is very simple: What we can measure, we can manage! Before we can start on any rehabilitation program, we need to know objectively how far the facial nerve has already regenerated and what is the level of synkinetic correlation between the muscles before we begin the rehabilitation. The Nerve Conduction Study (NCS) and Synkinetic Correlation Test (SCT) help us with these tasks.
Acute facial & Bell’s palsy: what to do, what not to do and what to expect?
Quite often our patients tell us that when facial palsy happens, it’s very difficult to find information on the Internet. It’s pretty much fragmented and often controversial. So we have decided to share with you our experience, our knowledge, and to consolidate the information here about what happens when facial palsy occurs. What to do? What not to do? What to expect, for the patients who are confronted with acute facial palsy?