The Morehouse School of Medicine has opened a full-service sleep diagnostic center on the school’s downtown Atlanta campus where physicians can identify the cause of sleep ailments like insomnia and narcolepsy.
“Nearly 30 million Americans toss and turn, wake frequently, snore, or even stop breathing for prolonged periods,” said Dr. Kyra P. Clark, MSM’s resident sleep expert. “The quality of life of these patients is severely affected, as many sleep disorders are under recognized.”
The center will offers comprehensive evaluations to determine how to best meet the needs of patients. Proper diagnosis helps in the management of conditions that prevent sleep, disrupts sleep or affects the sleep wake cycle for pediatric to geriatric patients, Clark said.
To more information about MSM’s Sleep Diagnostics Center call 404-756-5010.
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