On March 21 and 22, 2020 we will hold our new facial and Bell’s palsy workshop & seminar in Singapore.
We have chosen Singapore for this year’s seminar event, in order to give the possibility for facial palsy sufferers from South-East Asia (Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Australia and other nearby countries) easier accessibility to the event. As always, we’re open to people all around the world, and we continue to travel to various places to help you in your situation by bringing our knowledge and experience to you.
This event will be helpful and resourceful for you if suffering from residuals and complications of all types of peripheral facial palsy: Bell’s palsy, Ramsay Hunt syndrome, post-operational and post-traumatic facial palsy, Lyme disease, etc.
As in the previous events, during the seminar, we explain why and how facial and Bell’s palsy happens, what happens to the facial nerve and facial muscles, how the recovery process occurs and how complications and residuals originate. We will cover synkinesis, facial pains, contractures of facial muscles, asymmetry of facial expressions, excessive lacrimation and other.
During the workshop, we will explain certain techniques and exercises that you can use on your own at home to improve your current situation and bring a better balance to your face. Based on the information that we will get from you after your registrations, we will compile a set of exercises specially tailored for your condition.
What’s new about this Workshop & Seminar in Singapore?
This time the event will take a total of 2 days. On the first day we will have a seminar (2.5 hours) and a workshop (3 hours). On the second day we will have a 5 hour-long workshop, so you can lear more and strengthen the knowledge gained from the first day. This will also help you to answer any questions that might arise after the first day’s session.
In addition, we are organizing an extra opportunity for you. We will have a personal Diagnostic Session which involves Nerve Conduction Study (NCS) and Synkinetic Correlation test (SC). Both of these help us to assess the recovery level of your facial nerve and the current condition of your facial muscles.
To be able to attend to each person individually in the time allocated, we will be able to run only 6 diagnostic sessions during the two days. If you’re interested in this session, make sure to book the “Extended pass” which involved the session. The tickets are sold at first-come-first-serve basis, so book early to have your spot reserved.