Facial nerve stimulation for treating Bell’s Palsy

Poney Chiang presents his manuscript that was recently accepted by Medical Acupuncture Journal, entitled: The Anatomical Specificity Between Acupoints and the Facial Nerve: A Cadaveric Study. Learn the neuro-anatomy of the facial nerve (CN VII) trunk and branches, muscles they control, and what activation to look for to confirm correct DeQi response. Watch videos demonstrating activation of facial nerve trunk and all its individual branche (temporal, zygomatic, buccal, marginal mandibular, cervical).

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