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Efficacy of Taping in Bell's Palsy


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Objectives: To study &compare the efficacy of taping protocol/Technique over Conventional treatment technique protocol in Bells Palsy.

Materials and Method: The study was conducted on 30 subjects. Subjects were divided into two groups. One group was given Electrical stimulation and exercises and other group was given electrical stimulation , facial exercises and taping.

Results- There exists significant difference between post-treatment scores of both the groups. The study concluded that the treatment of Es+facial exercise+tapping is effective in curing bell's palsy

Conclusion: Group B protocol is more effective for functional retraining than conventional treatment in subjects with Bells Palsy.


Keywords

Bell's Palsy, Taping, Electrical Stimulation, Facial Exercises
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Authors

M. Kaushal
COP,CMCH, Ludhiana, India
S. S. Saini
COP,CMCH, Ludhiana, India
N. Singh
COP,CMCH, Ludhiana, India
P. K. Ghotra
COP,CMCH, Ludhiana, India

Abstract


Objectives: To study &compare the efficacy of taping protocol/Technique over Conventional treatment technique protocol in Bells Palsy.

Materials and Method: The study was conducted on 30 subjects. Subjects were divided into two groups. One group was given Electrical stimulation and exercises and other group was given electrical stimulation , facial exercises and taping.

Results- There exists significant difference between post-treatment scores of both the groups. The study concluded that the treatment of Es+facial exercise+tapping is effective in curing bell's palsy

Conclusion: Group B protocol is more effective for functional retraining than conventional treatment in subjects with Bells Palsy.


Keywords


Bell's Palsy, Taping, Electrical Stimulation, Facial Exercises

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