Some of you will come to this website with a specific diagnosis, others will come with unexplained symptoms. I hope you all find something which helps improve your understanding of head and neck diseases and the different approaches I take to treatment. This list is not definitive either in terms of head and neck diseases or the conditions I treat but it provides an indication of the areas within which I sub-specialise.
The anatomy of the head and neck is extremely complex. It contains 29 bones, 36 muscles, and multiple organs and structures. These structures enable us to breathe, swallow, speak, eat, drink, listen, kiss and sing. They are also front and centre to how we present ourselves to the world. High quality management of diseases of the head and neck focuses on retaining these functions. This is why every one of my patients requires an individual treatment pathway so we can find the appropriate balance between effective treatment and preservation of function and appearance.