Who is at Risk for Bell's Palsy and How Laser Therapy Can Help Speed Up Healing

Anyone can develop Bell's palsy, although it is more commonly seen in individuals between 15 and 60. Other risk factors may include:

If you're at risk for Bell's palsy or are experiencing symptoms, laser therapy may be a beneficial treatment option. Laser therapy has been shown to help speed up the healing process, reducing the severity of symptoms and improving nerve function.

Additionally, it is a non-invasive, pain-free treatment that can be completed in as little as 30 minutes. Laser therapy may be an excellent option if you're seeking effective, non-invasive relief for Bell's palsy. Consult your doctor to determine if laser therapy suits your situation.

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