Bell's Palsy

We have found that an integrative approach, combining multiple therapies provides the best results towards Bell’s Palsy recovery.

Therapies Offered

Bell’s Palsy at a glance:

Bell’s Palsy is the paralysis or weakness of muscles on one side of the face. Bell’s Palsy comes on suddenly and is not the result of a stroke or a transient ischemic attack (TIA). [1] Oxford Recovery Center clients have found HBOT to be a helpful treatment for Bell’s Palsy.




  1. WebMD: Bell’s Palsy – Topic Overview

How Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Help With Bell’s Palsy?

Hyperbaric oxygen has the ability to massively create stem cells in your body. In fact, studies show that your body produces 800% more stem cells after 40 treatments of hyperbaric oxygen. Your body uses these stem cells as extra resources to heal and recover, since stem cells are able to grow up into any kind of cell the body needs. In the case of Bell’s Palsy there can be body tissues which need to be repaired even after toxins and pathogens have been removed from the body. The stem cells produced by hyperbaric oxygen are able to repair this damage.


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Therapies at Oxford Recovery Center

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

A specialized form of medical treatment administered by delivering 100% pure oxygen to the body through increased atmospheric pressure greater than 1.3 ATA. in an enclosed hard chamber.

Suit Therapy

Physical Therapy and Suit Therapy

The Oxford Recovery Center integrates conventional Physical Therapy and Suit Therapy programs to accelerate the development of new motor skills that strengthen muscles and teach the brain and body how to sit, stand, and walk.

qEEG Neurofeedback

QEEG/Neurofeedback with Real-time Brain Imaging

The Oxford Neurofeedback program evaluates brain activity patterns and teaches self-regulation of brain function through quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG). Also known as “brain mapping,” qEEG analyzes electrical patterns at the surface of the scalp.

Nutrition and Weight-Loss

Nutrition and Weight-Loss

The Oxford Nutrition and Weight-Loss Program approaches your nutritional needs in a personalized manner that caters to your needs.