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Get Help For Sleep Apnea in Gahanna
Did you know that sleep apnea affects around 22 million Americans? In as many as 80% of people, it goes undiagnosed. Our home sleep apnea test in Gahanna can help us determine whether you are suffering from this condition. We take a fully integrated approach to sleep apnea treatment in Gahanna, and this means that in addition to diagnosing you, we offer personalized treatment, supplies and follow up. We are one of the country’s largest sleep apnea centers, and we want to help you overcome your sleep apnea problems and sleep through the night.
Getting the Right Sleep Apnea Treatment at Gahanna Low T Sleep Center
If you are suffering from lethargy, sleepiness while driving, loss of interest in your normal activities, loud snoring and irritability, you may be experiencing classic signs of sleep apnea. Low T Sleep Center offers Gahanna sleep apnea treatments designed to suit your busy lifestyle and your needs. We offer health assessment options and provide a simple home sleep test to diagnose sleep apnea in the most comfortable and practical way possible. Our Gahanna Low T Sleep Center team of medical professionals will provide you with the right options for resolving sleep apnea symptoms and getting the best night’s sleep for a brighter tomorrow.
Sleep Apnea Diagnosis at the Gahanna Low T Sleep Center
Sleep apnea causes you to stop breathing repeatedly throughout the night. This is a dangerous condition and is linked with a significantly higher likelihood of having a heart attack or a stroke. When you resume breathing again, you may gasp and choke, and this can cause restless sleep even if you are not aware of it. This affects your quality of life in the shorter term and may lead to more serious health problems over the longer term.
We will do a health assessment to help us determine whether it is likely that you have sleep apnea, and then our sleep apnea doctor in Gahanna will arrange for you to take a home sleep test. This is easier, more convenient and less expensive than having to go to a sleep facility to spend the night, and it allows us to make a quicker diagnosis as well. You’ll be able to take home our equipment and spend the night in the comfort of your own bed. We’ll make a diagnosis based on the information that is automatically recorded for us.
Helping You Get A Good Night’s Sleep in Gahanna
We know that the most important part of treating you for sleep apnea in Gahanna is finding a plan that works for you as an individual. This could mean lifestyle changes, using a continuous positive airway pressure device (CPAP) or some combination of the two. Our treatment is not about prescribing a plan for you and sending you away with a list of changes to make or sleep apnea equipment to use. We want to ensure that your sleep is improving, so we will do follow-ups and make adjustments as needed. Our focus is on your comfort and health.
If you want to find out whether sleep apnea is causing your symptoms and start your Gahanna sleep apnea treatment plan, make an online appointment with us today at Low T Sleep Center. We are in-network with most providers and have some of the lowest self-pay plans available for those without insurance or on high deductible plans.
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Your Medical Providers at Low T Center - Sleep Apnea Gahanna
Dr. Vidya Pai, M.D., Head of Sleep Medicine
Dr. Pai completed her internship at Drexel University and her residency at Michigan State University. She then completed a fellowship in Sleep Medicine at the prestigious Harvard University in Boston, MA. She is Board certified in Sleep medicine and a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. She has a special interest in diagnosing and treating complex sleep disorders and truly understands how sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs and parasomnias disrupt lives of patients and their families. Prior to working at Low T Center as the National Sleep Director, Dr. Pai was the Sleep Medicine Director at Providence Health Center, RI and at North Texas Medical Center, TX. Dr. Pai enjoys teaching and writing and has published several peer reviewed articles.
Brian Seifferth, M.D.
Dr. Seifferth graduated from Ohio State University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. He went on the Medical School at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, earning a Medical Doctor degree in 1994. Dr. Seifferth completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and has served as the Emergency Department Medical Director, and Medical Staff President for Memorial Hospital of Union County. Dr. Seifferth is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. He resides in Dublin with his wife and three daughters.
Matthew Wojnarowski, CNP
Matthew Wojnarowski earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Cedarville University in 1989. He then moved to Columbus, Ohio and began working in the Emergency Department at Mt. Carmel Medical Center. During his 21 years of service there, he received an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Columbus State Community College, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing from Otterbien University. After receiving national certification, he began working as a Nurse Practitioner at Riverside Methodist Hospital. There he worked mainly with the orthopedic surgeons whose primary focus was joint replacement. During his four years at Riverside, he earned his certification as an orthopedic NP and his certification as a Registered Nurse First Assist. In July of 2014, he joined the Low T Center team.
Lester Onweller, PA-C
Lester Onweller began his medical career as a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy in 1972. He served at the Philadelphia Naval Hospital as well as the Naval Air Station in Sigonella, Sicily. Upon returning to the United States, Lester attended Ohio State University and graduated from the College of Nursing in 1984. He worked in the medical intensive care unit and emergency department before graduating from Kettering College as a Physician Assistant. Lester remained employed as a Physician Assistant in the emergency department for fifteen years with concurrent employment as an adjunct professor at Kettering College Physician Assistant program and adjunct medical director for two fire departments. He practiced in an independent cardiology group prior to joining Low T.