Sleep is important for us to be our best selves.  I specialized in sleep medicine because it is such a core part of who we are.  Sleep allows the body and brain to rest and reset so we can meet each new day fresh and focused.

If you are having trouble with your sleep, talk with your primary care provider.  Together you can form a plan for better sleep.  In some cases, your provider may wish to refer you to me, as part of that plan.  Our staff will contact you to set up an appointment and gather the needed information about your sleep problem. 

I will see you in clinic and we will put together a plan for how to improve your sleep. We can also talk about what to expect from any further testing or treatment as we go along.  We really enjoy seeing our patient sleep better. 


In the coming months we hope to add sections on Sleep Apnea, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) devices, Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BPAP) devices, Oral Appliances, Insomnia, Restless Limb Syndrome (RLS), Narcolepsy,  Nightmares, Sleep Behaviors (sleep talking, sleep walking, etc), night sweats and more. 


Until then here is a link to an amazing article on sleep from National Geographic.



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