At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Southwestern Regional Medical Center (Southwestern) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our otolaryngology department uses state-of-the art technology to diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the ears, nose and throat. At CTCA® in Tulsa, otolaryngologists, also known as ENT doctors, treat patients who have head and neck cancer and ENT-related disorders. There are several types of head and neck cancer, classified according to the part of the body in which they develop. These cancers may start in the paranasal sinuses, lip, larynx, oral cavity (mouth), nasal cavity (inside the nose), pharynx or parotid glands.
Bradley Mons, DO, is an otolaryngologist and head, neck and microvascular reconstructive surgeon at CTCA at Southwestern. Dr. Mons joined CTCA in July 2013, providing a wide range of surgical treatment options for patients with head and neck cancers. In addition, Dr. Mons has expertise in microvascular reconstruction, as well as loco-regional tissue transfers. He performs head and neck surgical procedures like neck dissections, laryngectomies, parotidectomies, sinonasal tumor excisions, thyroidectomies/parathyroidectomies and endoscopic sinus surgery. Dr. Mons is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Otolaryngology and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Our otolaryngologists in Tulsa, Oklahoma, use diagnostic tools, including advanced imaging and laboratory tests, to evaluate head and neck cancers. Together with other members of the patient’s care team, our otolaryngologists develop an individualized cancer treatment plan tailored to the patient’s needs. Customized treatment plans often include advanced cancer treatments and technologies, combined with supportive care therapies designed to help manage side effects and support patients physically, emotionally and spiritually.