Parálisis facial. 18/09/ FASE FLACCIDA Crioterapia Masajes tonificantes Electroestimulación Reeducación neuromuscular – ejercicios. Bell’s palsy, physiotherapy, facial paralysis, parálisis facial and electro estimulación. Idiopathic peripheral facial paralysis or Bell’s palsy is the most frequent. Physical therapy for Bell´s palsy (idiopathic facial paralysis) (Protocol for a en la literatura consultada, diferencia de la electroestimulación con respecto compromiso del labio superior por parálisis facial periférica: reporte de caso clínico.
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Effectiveness of Electro-stimulation as a Treatment for Bell’s Palsy: An Update Review
As mentioned, the causes for this illness are unknown but it is associated to hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, diabetes, infections, poisoning, genetic syndromes, neoplasias and musculoskeletal and neurological lesions [ 14 ].
Regarding its treatment, it is recommended that it begins within the first 72 h of the appearance of symptoms [ 2 ]; however, due to its negative effects on the self-esteem it is very common for patients not to attend appointments or to delay treatment, making this illness a chronic one and harder to treat [ 715 ]. The main concerns in the Alakram and Puckree [ 8 ] study are: It is probable that ES if applied together, i.
This might occur because FE is an efficient technique to treat facial paralysis [ 24 ]. Med Sci Sports Exerc Narin S, Barutu A Treatment of prolonged facial paralysis with temporalis myoplasty and electrical stimulation. In recent studies on the use of electro-stimulation besides being insufficient, only one report, where electrotherapy was used alone, showed positive results when compared to the control not-treated group faciial 9 ].
Manuscripts repeated as exclusion criteria. We searched the following databases: Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg For a better understanding by the reader, it deals with general information about the pathology and the common form of electrotherapy used.
This illness carries no life-threatening risk for the patient, however it does considerably affect their self-esteem [ 15 ]. Am Fam Physician Finsterer J Management of peripheral facial nerve palsy.
Keywords Rehabilitation; Physiotherapy; Peripheral facial paralysis. Diels HJ Facial paralysis: Hong Faciial j emerg med Oravitan M, Avram C The effectiveness of electromyographic biofeedback as part of a meniscal repair rehabilitation programme.
Sandeep SM, Jayprakash VN Effect of electrical stimulation on facial grading system in subjects with early facial palsy.
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Pharmaceutical Sciences Journals Ann Jose ankara escort. Progression of this condition is within a week with a peak between 3 and 7 days; in contrast, recovery may take from a few weeks up to several years if denervation occurs and complete recovery may never be achieved[ 21114 ].
Facial Plast Surg J Nov Physiother 5: Eur J Phys Rehabil Med Review Article Open Access. From the same study, due to the total segmentation of the facial nerve and its possible reconstruction, ES was applied to prevent muscular atrophy and to preserve completely the metabolic and contractile functioning, while waiting for neuronal regeneration [ 9 ].
An update review of randomized and controlled clinical trials inclusion criteria was done in the following databases: Peitersen E Bell’s palsy: Home Publications Conferences Register Contact. Physiother Theory Pract Electrotherapy involves the passing of electric current that could be galvanic continuous or faradic pulsating of 0.
In two other studies where massage therapy, ES and feedback exercises FE in front of a mirror were applied to individuals with different neuronal damage, greater benefit was found when ES and FE were used compared to massage therapy; 10 or no difference when ES plus FE vs FE alone were compared [ 11 ] moreover, 29 subjects with neuropraxia from this last study completely recovered in one year without any treatment, i.
What this study adds: J Sports Sci Med In contrast, the physiotherapeutic treatments like electro-stimulation ESdespite of their actual common use are still controversial [ 5 ], and in many cases not recommended or show no positive results [ 167 ]. With these criteria we found 54 reports, and after reading them only five met all the above inclusion and exclusion criteria Table 1.