Justin Bieber spotted for the first time since being diagnosed

Justin Bieber spotted for the first time since being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome

According to CMAJ, if treatment begins within three days of diagnosis, paresis or partial paralysis, “resolves by itself to 75%.”

If treatment begins between 4 and 7 days after diagnosis, or more than 8 days, “paresis is resolved at 48 and 30%, respectively.”

However, in the most severe cases, “some people never regain full control of the affected part of their face,” says the doctor.

But most people are making a full recovery, he adds.

The “Peaches” singer said he does facial exercises and takes time to “rest and relax and come back to 100%.”

Justin Bieber was seen for the first time since he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome as he landed in Los Angeles with his wife Hailey.

The singer announced that he has the rare neurological disease.

The 28-year-old returned to Los Angeles with his wife after spending time together on a private island in the Bahamas, while focusing on his recovery.

After disembarking from a private jet, the artist stayed close to his wife while they were driven out of the tarmac with all their luggage.

Despite a nearly six-hour trip, the lovebirds went straight to a West Hollywood restaurant before returning home.

Justin continues to receive the best medical care possible, is optimistic about his recovery, and looks forward to getting back on the road and performing in front of his fans abroad later this summer.