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Had occurrence of Bell's Palsy. Treatment to get fully recovered?

I had an occurance of Bell s Palsy 13 months ago. I have recovered almost completely, however, I cannot smile fully yet. I tried Acupuncture , as well as, facial massage techniques to no avail. I live in the Minneapolis, MN area and am wondering if you can direct me to a physician who specializes in SURGERY to restore movement from facial paralysis . (I saw a video on You Tube from Dr. John P. Leonetti / ENT Surgeon of Loyola University Health Systems in Illinois who has had success in a surgical procedure for the relief of facial paralysis brought on from Bell s palsy). I am seeking a surgeon located here in the Minneapolis, MN area that performs this type of surgical procedure. Please advise. Thank you. Joel L. Spector (763)-971-0138 YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Homeopath 's  Response
Hello friend,
Thank you for posting your query through Healthcare magic.
Bell's palsy could have completely cured with Homoeopathy if you had approached an expert Homoeopath immediately after getting the disease.
Homoeopathy cures the disease with safe and simple internal remedies.
I am giving you this information with the thought that you are under the impression that a surgery alone would cure you.
There are 18 remedies in Homoeopathy including Baryta carb, Cocculus, Causticum, Graphites, Kali- chlor, Phos etc. found very useful in my practice.
Therefore you are advised to approach an expert Homoeopath or you are requested to get back to me directly through the premium follow up question facility of Healthcare magic.
You will be able to get cured at the earliest without undergoing any surgery.

With best wishes ,
Dr. C. J. Varghese,
Homoeopath
Answered: Tue, 22 Oct 2013
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