Have facial paralysis (facialis paresis) treated by a speech therapist

In our speech therapy practice in Düsseldorf, we offer comprehensive and individual treatment for facial paralysis (facialis paresis).

Our experienced team of speech therapists work closely with you to develop an effective therapy tailored to your individual needs and goals.

Effective treatment by speech therapists

Being diagnosed with facial paralysis can be very distressing in adults. In addition to physical limitations, communication can also be impaired. Targeted logopedic therapy can support this.

Various speech therapy techniques can be used in the treatment of facial paralysis. These include, for example, a manual facial massage, exercises in lip and tongue movements and targeted strengthening of the facial muscles.

We understand that facial paralysis can be challenging and raises many questions. In our speech therapy practice in Düsseldorf, we are not only at your side during therapy, but also with all other questions relating to your health. We are committed to making you feel that you are in good hands with us and are happy to accompany you on your way to recovery.

If you suffer from facial paralysis or have a suspicion, please contact our speech therapy practice in Düsseldorf. We will be happy to help you and work with you to find an effective therapy to improve your quality of life. Contact us today and make an appointment. We are looking forward to meet you.

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Sprechapraxie Störung in Folge einer Hirnschädigung.

Characteristics of facial paralysis (facialis paresis)

Facial paralysis in adults can have different symptoms and characteristics, depending on which nerves are affected and how severe the paralysis is.

Typical signs of facial paralysis are one-sided weakness or paralysis in the face, which can manifest itself in the form of laxity or sagging of the facial muscles. This can cause one side of the face to droop or a crooked smile to appear.

Difficulties can also occur with closing the eyes, speaking, eating and drinking, and with oral hygiene. In some cases, there may also be decreased tear production or a decreased sense of taste in the affected area.

duration of treatment

The duration of treatment for facial paralysis in adults varies depending on the severity and individual response to therapy.

As a rule, the treatment takes several months and requires patience and continuous practice. The duration of therapy depends on various factors, such as the time of diagnosis, the severity of the paralysis, the age of the patient and the individual response to treatment. In some cases, therapy over several years may be necessary to achieve the best possible results.

An individual assessment of the duration of treatment can only be made by an experienced speech therapist who carefully examines the patient and adjusts the individual therapy plan accordingly.

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