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What is Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
Ramsay Hunt Syndrome is a diagnosis of facial palsy caused by herpes virus. How does it happen, and what does it mean for your recovery?
A poster with a face with Bell's palsy, text reads "What is Bell's palsy?"
What is Bell's palsy, and how does it happen? Why sometimes its recovery is quick and other times it is long? Is it forever?
Is Bells palsy, facial palsy or Ramsay Hunt Syndrome permanent
Many sources say that if within 1 year you did not recover after your facial palsy, be it Bell’s palsy or Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, you...
First signs of recovery after Bell's palsy
There is a specific sign of recovery after Bell's palsy nobody talks about that appears even before you will see the first facial movements.
Bells palsy live Q&A recording from October 21 2022
Watch a recording of our Bell's palsy Q&A session held in October 2022. We answer a total of 33 questions about facial palsy and related...
How to measure Bells palsy progress - Neurological Tests
This is the simplest and the most efficient way how to keep track of your recovery. Measuring Bell's palsy recovery can help you see your...
Step-by-step Bell's palsy recovery explanation
With the use of photos, we explain a general scenario of Bell's palsy recovery, step-by-step from onset to full recovery.
Ramsay Hunt Syndrome vs Bells palsy
Everyone is saying that Bell's palsy and Ramsay Hunt are totally different disorders. Is the difference between then indeed so significant?
Surgical Interventions for Bells palsy
Let's discuss some of the most popular surgical interventions for Bell's palsy - what they are, what they involve, and when are they indicated?