My to warm my face before physio on it. This could be by doing some cardio to get blood flowing to the face, or using a hot wash cloth. One warm, I would do a facial massage. After that I’d go through facial stretches that mainly focused on my mouth and cheeks. I’d do a c grip with my thumb on the inside and pointer finger on the outside and pull outward and hold for a minute. I’d repeat positioned near my top gums and then again near my bottom gums. Then I’d work on stretching the area above my lip. Same sort of grip, pulling middle down, then right side to the bottom left, and left side to the bottom right. Then repeat pulling each side to the opposite side. Same thing with the bottom lip, but pulling up. Is practice blowing up my cheeks just to the point I could without my lips leaking and hold for 30 seconds, three times. I’d practice moving each side of my mouth independently to smile, go straight to the side, and frown. Then is do the same moving them together. I’d practice blinking. I had developed an eye roll, so I looked down while I blinked and focused on not moving my gaze. As I improved I’d do the same thing moving my gaze up and recording my eyes so I’d know if they were rolling. I’m sure there was probably more, but those are the ones I remember the best. I now am mostly dealing with muscle pain, stiffness and a bit of unevenness. I started acupuncture for that a couple weeks ago, and I’ve seen a big difference. I wish I’d done it earlier. I had acupuncture to help with my other aches and pains during recovery, but never thought to ask about my face. I took a lot of supplements during my recovery, and tried to get off medication (very gradually) as soon as I thought I could handle it. Keep working, be patient, and good luck!