Manual Therapy in Treating Fibrosis-Related Late Effect Dysphagia in Head and Neck Cancer Survivors

This trial studies how well manual therapy works in treating fibrosis-related late effect
dysphagia in head and neck cancer survivors. Manual therapy is the use of massage and
stretching exercises to increase blood flow and muscle movement in the neck, throat, jaw, and
mouth, which may help to improve swallowing ability and range of motion in participants who
have had treatment for head and neck cancer.

Intervention

Manual Therapy

Condition

Cancer Survivor, Dysphagia, Fibrosis, Head and Neck Carcinoma

Investigators

Katherine A Hutcheson, Katherine A. Hutcheson

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