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Sukhraj Kaur

Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, Government Medical College, Amritsar, Punjab, India


  • Research Article   
    Effect of Neuromuscular Facilitation Training in Pediatric Facial Palsy
    Author(s): Vijay Kumar Gupta, Jagroop Singh*, Sukhraj Kaur and Manjinder Kaur

    Background: Facial palsy in pediatrics is very rare, and it doesn’t have any identifiable cause. Usually, exercises, massage, and taping are suggested. Since it is one of the rarest conditions and there is no optimal treatment recommended. The purpose of the study is to identify the effect of neuromuscular facilitation training in pediatric facial palsy. Methodology: This is a Case series done with five children with facial palsy, and all underwent neuromuscular facilitation training and video-guided exercises. All patients were managed with conventional physiotherapy which includes, massage and facial movements. The conventional treatment was given for five days. Since the lockdown was proposed due to Covid 19, the parents and the children were called and taught neuromuscular facilitation training to the parents; along with that, a handout was also given to them. The .. Read More»

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