Dysgeusia And 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.
When is a Speech-Language Pathologist Involved In Head And Neck Cancer Care?
Did you know that speech-language pathologists (SLPs) play a crucial role in the early diagnosis of head and neck cancer?
Happy Better Hearing and Speech Month!
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.
Dysphagia Rehabilitation: You Have Options
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:
From Golf Scholarship to Speech-Language Pathologist!
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.