Michelle Hoefnagel, MS, CCC-SLP Speech-language pathologists provide diagnostic and treatment services for adults and children for impairments with speech, language, swallowing and cognition. Therapists treat patients with a variety of conditions including aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia, memory deficits, post-laryngectomy, traumatic brain injury and voice disorders. At the UF Health Jacksonville Leon…
We are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, Heritage Month, and featuring Mital Patel, acute care inpatient physical therapist at UF Health North. Patel’s heritage is Indian and American, and she has been with UF Health for one year. Q: Tell us about what you do at…
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, UF Health Jacksonville is working to shed light on the importance of breast cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment options. October is also Physical Therapy Month, offering a significant opportunity to highlight some of the ways physical therapy can help breast cancer survivors.
Learn how physical therapy can benefit children at all ages.
We continue celebrating Better Speech and Hearing Month by sharing how speech therapy benefits patients who’ve experienced trauma.
We continue celebrating Better Speech and Hearing Month by featuring how speech-language pathologist can support patients recovering from COVID-19.
We continue celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month by highlighting speech pathology’s role in neurology.
We continue celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month by highlighting speech pathology’s role in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which allows us to highlight the different types of speech therapy and feature some of the incredible clinicians at UF Health Jacksonville. Our first highlight is on pediatric speech therapy.
We continue celebrating Occupational Therapy Month by featuring two therapists who chose to give back to their community by teaching at a local university.