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About the clinic
UW Health’s facial nerve clinic evaluates and manages both adult and pediatric patients with chronic facial paralysis.
When the facial nerves are injured, several conditions may result including:
Facial paralysis or weakness results from on imperfect nerve signal to the facial muscles, causing facial drooping or loss of expression.
Synkinesis, which is unwanted movement of facial muscles, occurs when you only have partial recovery of the facial nerve.
Facial tightness results from odd nerve signal following nerve regrowth, which can impair movement of certain parts of the face.
Parking and transportation
University HospitalFacial Nerve Clinic
- 600 Highland Ave. / Madison, WI
- (608) 263-6190
- Closed now
We provide a unique approach bringing together experts from multiple medical specialties including otolaryngology, plastic surgery, ophthalmology, neurosurgery and physical therapy. This combined expertise provides the highest level of facial reconstruction and helps remove confusion about which specialists to see.View hours, services and more