The outstanding Dr. Sánchez López has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Salamanca. She specialized in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Fundación Jiménez Díaz Hospital and was the founder of the Locomotor Apparatus Unit of the Rey Juan Carlos Hospital in Móstoles. Compatibilizing this training, he sub-specialized in Phoniatrics, completing the Master's Degree in Phoniatrics at the University of Seville. He also has a master's degree in Voice Pathology from the University of Alcalá de Henares and in Hearing Loss and Early Care, both from the University of Alcalá de Henares.
He currently works as an assistant physician in the Phoniatrics Unit of the Rehabilitation Service of the Gregorio Marañón General University Hospital, where he treats all types of communication problems in premature infants, children and adults, being said reference hospital. He is a medical doctor of reference, being a member of the Spanish Society of Phoniatrics.
She combines her work with teaching, as a professor of internships for medical students and resident doctors in training in Phoniatrics. Many rehabilitation doctors in Spain choose their unit to learn Phoniatrics.
At a private level, she works at the Quirónsalud Talavera Day Hospital, where she provides a solution to all types of joint and muscle pain. Performs interventional techniques, such as shock wave application, analgesic analgesic infiltration and hyaluronic acid.
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