Laser for Bell's Palsy Ashburn

Bell's Palsy is a neurological condition that causes temporary paralysis or weakness of the facial muscles on one side of the face. The exact cause of Bell's Palsy is not fully understood, but it is believed to be related to inflammation and swelling of the facial nerve. This can result from viral infections, particularly the herpes simplex virus (HSV), which is responsible for cold sores.

Other triggers may include viral infections such as influenza or respiratory infections, as well as certain risk factors like diabetes and pregnancy. Bell's Palsy usually starts suddenly and may improve on its own over time, but some cases may require medical intervention to speed up recovery and minimize complications.

Relief Now Laser Herndon - Laser for Bell's Palsy Ashburn

At Relief Now Laser Herndon, we offer Class IV laser therapy as an innovative and effective treatment option for Bell's Palsy. Our advanced laser technology targets the affected facial nerves and surrounding tissues, stimulating cellular repair and reducing inflammation. This non-invasive and painless treatment can help improve facial muscle function and speed up the recovery process.

Unlike traditional treatments, which may include corticosteroids or antiviral medications, our laser therapy carries minimal risks and side effects. We understand the challenges faced by individuals with Bell's Palsy, and our goal is to provide the best care possible to help our patients regain their facial mobility and confidence.

Experience Relief with Laser for Bell's Palsy Ashburn

Don't let Bell's Palsy control your life. Choose Relief Now Laser Herndon and experience the benefits of Class IV laser therapy for Bell's Palsy. Regain control of your facial muscles and restore your smile - book an appointment today and discover the difference our laser therapy can make.


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*Disclaimer: Although welcome for treatment, these patients are excluded from offers:
1) MEDICARE, MEDICAID, TRICARE, and other government healthcare program participants and 2) personal injury and worker's compensation claimants.