Presented by: Mously LeBlanc, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Penn Medicine
View this presentation by Mously LeBlanc, MD, about the physical effects (acute & chronic) of H&N cancer treatments, their effect on quality of life and how cancer rehabilitation can help manage these issues.
- You can download and use the PDF files to follow along with the slides. One version has 1 slide per page (90+pages); the other is a “handout” version with 6 slides per page. Click on the one that works best for you.
- Also included below is a movie file that Dr. LeBlanc will refer to during the presentation.
Trained in Cancer Rehabilitation at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Dr. LeBlanc’s goal is to improve her patient’s quality of life. Dr. Le Blanc’s clinical interests within cancer rehabilitation include the management of complications associated with radiation fibrosis syndrome, post-mastectomy syndrome, neuropathy and musculoskeletal pain syndromes. She is trained in electrodiagnostic medicine, musculoskeletal ultrasound, musculoskeletal medicine, chemodernervation and acute pain management.