Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base
Bell’s palsy, facial nerve, facial muscles, synkinesis and other complications: explained
This course provides a clear and elaborate knowledge about Bell’s palsy, how it affects the facial nerve and facial muscles, and why and how various residuals such as synkinesis, contractures, facial asymmetry and pains are formed.
The animations and illustrations help to easily understand complex anatomic information.
Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course provides a clear and elaborate knowledge about:
- facial and Bell’s palsy
- contractures, facial pains and tension
- facial muscles and their functions
- Botox injections
- facial asymmetry
- Ramsay Hunt syndrome
- excessive lacrimation
- the recovery process after facial palsy
- and more.
In 1 hour of the course, you will be able to understand well what has happened to you, your facial nerve and your facial muscles. You will understand the pains and other sensations that you experience. You will know what had caused your synkinesis.
Most importantly, with the knowledge that you will learn you will gain hope and confidence, that your situation can improve, it does not have to stay like this forever.
9 episodes of extensive and deep explanations of various topics about facial palsy and its complications and residuals.
1 hour 4 min
The total of 1h 4min of the most important knowledge, so you do not need to spend a lot of time researching about facial palsy, synkinesis, facial pains.
Animations & Illustrations
We have included many animations and illustration in the videos so that you can understand the complex anatomic explanations well and fast, even if you have difficulties understanding the language. It was very important for us to make sure that you will understand well the information that we want to share with you, so you can use it for your benefit.
Our Special Knowledge for You
Alex Pashov, the lecturer of the course, is an expert in the field of facial palsy and its various forms. During the course he shares the scientific knowledge about facial and Bell’s palsy in an easy way. He also includes special knowledge about Bell’s palsy based on his many years of research and experience in rehabilitation of Bell’s palsy patients.
Everything you need to know about Bell’s palsy
“Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course” is one part of Full Bell’s Palsy Video Collection. The full collection consists of two separate video courses and covers all essential, widely-accepted knowledge, as well as the knowledge obtained by Crystal Touch specialists during rehabilitation and scientific research about facial palsy and its residuals and complications.
Preview the course
This is a preview of the first episode from the Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course. It shows you what the video course looks like and what you can expect.
Each episode has a different topic and duration.
Facial nerve – a cable with 10,000 wires
In the first episode, we discuss the facial nerve, its structure and function and what happens to it during Bell’s palsy. We explain what is a motor neuron and how it is different from other neurons that comprise the facial nerve. You will learn what is a conduction block and how it affects your mimetic movements.
Duration: 08:00 min
Muscles of facial expression and how they work
In Episode 2 you will learn about the facial muscles. How are they called and what each muscle is responsible for. You will also learn how they work together to form our facial expressions. It is important to understand the facial muscles in order to understand why and how some complications, such as synkinesis and contractures, may occur.
Duration 08:22 min
Spontaneous and controlled facial expressions
In Episode 3 you will learn how facial expressions work. You will learn how our limbic system and motor cortex are responsible for all of our facial expressions and why it is important to understand the difference between the two systems. We will also explain how the influence of these systems on facial expressions changes during the recovery from Bell’s palsy.
Duration 04:47 min
Facial palsy or Bell’s palsy – what is the difference?
In Episode 4 we explain the difference between various diagnoses of Facial palsy and how Bell’s palsy is determined. We explain how central and peripheral facial palsy are different from each other. We also explain various causes of facial palsy.
Duration 03:46 min
Bell’s palsy – a disease or a disorder?
In Episode 5 we discuss whether Bell’s palsy is actually a disease or a disorder and explain why it is so. We also discuss various residuals and complications that can form during Bell’s palsy recovery.
Duration 03:50 min
“The story of the broken cable”
Here we discuss the facial nerve in more detail. We explain the different branches of the facial nerve. We explain how exactly facial palsy happens and what happens to the facial nerve during the acute stage and during the recovery. We dive into more details about the structure of the facial nerve to help you understand how the damage during facial palsy affects the functioning of the nerve and the muscles.
We explain why sometimes the recovery is rapid and sometimes it takes months and why the atrophy does not occur. Also, we explain in which cases residuals may develop.
Duration 18:54 min
What is synkinesis?
In Episode 7 of our series, you will learn more about synkinesis. What exactly is synkinesis and how does it happen? Which muscles can it affect? You will also learn why we, at Crystal Touch clinic, believe that synkinesis is reversible and how it is possible.
Duration 05:47 min
What can and what cannot help with synkinesis?
In Episode 8 we dive into the explanation of various available treatments for synkinesis, such as Botox, surgeries, Mime therapy and others. We address each one of them and explain which results they can deliver and what are the nuances or possible side effects.
Duration 06:34 min
Facial pains and spasms
In the final episode of our series, you will learn about the facial pains and spasms and how they occur. You will understand why they happen and what factors can influence them. You will also learn which role your emotions play and why sometimes you have pains at night or in the morning when you wake up.
Duration 04:35 min
You can choose between purchasing either a single video course or the Full Bell's Palsy Video Collection. The Full Bell's Palsy Video Collection also includes a free gift: Online Diagnostic Video Session.
The Full Bell's Palsy Video Collection
1. Bell's Palsy & Its Residuals: What it is and what to do about it
2. Bell's Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course
3. Free gift
9 Video Course episodes
5 Video Lectures
6 Q&A episodes
Total duration: 4h 31min
Our free gift for you:
40 min Online Diagnostic Video Session (€95 value)
If you have any questions about the course, please contact us at email@example.com
Important notice: This course is purely educational and informative. It is not meant as a full replacement of rehabilitation program in the clinic.
Refund policy: Due to the nature of the content and its immediate availability for the viewing after the purchase, we do not issue any refunds. Full refunds are only possible due to technical issues, and upon presentation of a proof that you are unable to access the video files.
Who is this course for?
- This course is mainly for current and long-standing Bell’s palsy sufferers, who are looking for knowledge and understanding
- It is for those who want to understand the process of facial palsy, the formation of its complications and the recovery process
- It is for those who are currently going through an acute phase of Bell’s palsy and want to lower the risk of developing complications
- For those who find it difficult to understand information from written sources with complex explanations
- And of course, for those who are looking for hope and want to believe that their current facial condition does not have to remain forever
What is the purpose of this video course?
The purpose of this course is to teach you about facial and Bell’s palsy, their complications and residuals, as well as understand the anatomy of the facial nerve and the facial muscles.
We have created these videos because through the experience with our rehabilitation patients, we see how a good understanding of Bell’s palsy helps them in their recovery. The knowledge gave them confidence, patience and motivation to keep on fighting and working hard to improve their condition. It also gave them hope, because they understood why the recovery is always possible and they knew that they just had to carry on and the results would definitely come.
What is the difference between this course and another Video Lectures course?
“Bell’s Palsy & Its Residuals: What it is and what to do about it” Video Lectures focus on explaining not only the processes of facial palsy and its residuals but also the underlying principals of rehabilitation and recovery. The Q&A videos will further help you to get the answers to your existing questions. It includes more information than the “Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course” but the information is less detailed.
“Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course” focuses mainly on a deeper and more extensive explanation of the main processes involved in facial palsy and the residuals. With the help of more animations and illustrations, this course helps to understand the anatomy of the facial nerve, facial muscles and the processes involved in various residuals better.
In summary, the “Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course” provides more in-depth information and better explanations of just a couple of topics, while the “Bell’s Palsy & Its Residuals: What it is and what to do about it” Video Lectures cover a much wider area of topics and explain everything that is connected to Bell’s palsy, its residuals and their recovery.
Which is why we advise following both courses: you will learn everything you need to know about Bell’s palsy with the help of “Bell’s palsy & Its Residuals” course, while “Bell’s Palsy Knowledge Base Video Course” will explain you the main concepts in more details and will be easier to understand.
If I purchase each course separately, do I receive the free gift?
Our free gift is available only if you purchase the Full Video Course “Everything about Bell’s Palsy”, and not if each course is purchased separately.
After the purchase, how will I get the course?
After the purchase, you will be able to watch the video course on our website. The videos will always be available to watch, at any time. You will not have to save them somewhere on your computer. All you will need is your account (your email or username and password, that you will create during the check-out). After login, you will have access to the pages with the videos.
If you will lose your account or password, you can always ask us to help you with the access, by providing your name and email you used during the registration.
What payment options are available?
Currently, we offer payment via Stripe (Credit Card). If you’re unable to complete the purchase with this payment method, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can do a direct bank transfer or use TransferWise upon request.