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The Relationship Between Lyme Disease And Facial Paralysis
Lyme Disease is a little known disease that has just recently been talked about due to the fact that public figures that have it are speaking out. Recently, Richard Gere, Ben Stiller, Ashley Olsen, Alec Baldwin, George W. Bush, and Amy Tan all shared that they have been diagnosed with Lyme disease. Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne illness in the United States.
Three Reasons To See A Specialist For Your Facial Nerve Paralysis
You most likely have your regular family physician, your dentist and maybe your chiropractor established in your life. You know them and they know you. No one ever plans on encountering facial paralysis in their life, so when you experience this it’s important to do your research and find the right physician to care for your needs.
Your Facial Twitching May Be Related To Your Facial Nerve
Facial twitching is something many struggle with. Facial twitching is often connected to the facial nerve and a symptom of facial paralysis. It is the result of an injury or disorder involving the facial nerve, in most cases. It must be properly diagnosed by discussing your history and also through diagnostic testing.
Facts about Facial Droop
When you experience facial drooping it is a result of specific conditions. It is not related to a sagging of facial skin, which may occur as a result of loss of elasticity of the skin. Your face sagging may be age-related, weight-related, due to debilitating illness, or from drug use.

Thankful in November

Thankful in November
At New York Facial Paralysis we are thankful for the diagnostic testing we have available to us to help you with your facial paralysis.