Ever wondered how your face works its magic? It’s not just about looks – there’s a bunch of muscles and bones that team up to make expressions and keep things steady. Let’s dive into the world of facial muscles and bones. We’ll break it down to understand how these parts make your face show feelings and help you chew your food. Imagine it like your face has its own special toolkit!
Today, I want to talk about something really important – the risk factors of head and neck cancer. It’s a topic that doesn’t get as much attention as it should, but understanding these factors can help us take better care of our health. So, let’s dive in and explore the various things that can increase the chances of developing head and neck cancer.
Dealing with head and neck cancer can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to understanding the surgical options available. In this article, we’ll break down the different types of surgeries in a simple and easy-to-understand manner. Whether you or a loved one are facing this challenge, having a basic knowledge of these procedures can help you make informed decisions and understand what to expect during the recovery process. So, let’s dive in and explore the various surgical interventions for head and neck cancer.
Dysgeusia is a common symptom experienced by many head and neck cancer patients. Let’s talk about it today and how it can be managed.
Did you know that speech-language pathologists (SLPs) play a crucial role in the early diagnosis of head and neck cancer?
As a speech-language pathologist, I am filled with a sense of gratitude and pride as we celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month! This special month serves as a reminder of the amazing work we do every day to help individuals with communication disorders.
Head and neck cancer can have a significant impact on a person’s ability to swallow, eat, and speak. Rehabilitation is crucial to improve these functions. Here are four types of interventions for rehabilitation of swallowing after head and neck cancer:
Let me introduce myself and share my story of how I became a Speech-Language Pathologist(SLP). I’m Mallory Moore, I am a speech-language pathologist in Springfield, Missouri. I have been practicing for 12 years.