For patients with head and neck cancer, surgery might seem like a scary option with many unknowns. Dr. Bradley R. Mons, head and neck surgeon at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, hopes to alleviate these fears by providing microvascular reconstruction options at the time
Dr. Mons performs head and neck surgical procedures, including laryngectomies, neck dissections, thyroidectomies, sinonasal tumor excisions, endoscopic sinus surgery and other ear, nose and throat and head/neck surgeries. By providing microvascular reconstruction surgery, usually during the tumor removal, he can also help to repair, reconstruct and restore physical deficiencies involving the head and neck region that may occur as a result
Dr. Mons received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree at Oklahoma State University College Center for Health Sciences. He completed a general surgery internship at Ingham Regional Medical Center in Lansing, MI, and an otolaryngology residency at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He also completed a head and neck oncology and microvascular reconstruction fellowship at the University of Wisconsin.
Dr. Mons said, “While I focus on the surgical treatment of head and neck cancers, my goal is to provide comfort and hope for