For individuals with a breathing disorder, the simple act of taking a breath can feel overwhelming. And for more than 70 million people in the United States with sleep problems or disorders, getting a good night’s rest only seems like a dream.
But at Wellmont Health System, individuals with breathing problems, sleep problems, allergies or other lung and pulmonary conditions have access to the most advanced techniques for diagnosis, management and treatment.
Wellmont’s team of highly qualified pulmonology and sleep medicine experts will diagnose and treat you with care and compassion. We work to schedule appointments quickly and conveniently at one of our well-appointed offices or sleep evaluation centers near you.
Wellmont offers a wide range of pulmonology and sleep medicine services using some of the latest technologies, including navigational bronchoscopy, bronchial thermoplasty and sleep evaluations.
Our team of experts treats many types of pulmonary and sleep-related conditions and diseases, including asthma, bronchitis, COPD, emphysema, narcolepsy, insomnia, restless leg syndrome and sleep apnea.
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If you're looking for more information about Wellmont’s pulmonology and sleep services or have other questions, please contact us or speak to your primary care provider.
2014 will represent an opportunity for many people to stop
smoking and give their lungs a breather. Dr. Lata Shah, a board-certified
pulmonologist and critical care physician with Wellmont Medical Associates Pulmonology & Sleep in Rogersville, said this is a wise
Lonesome Pine’s sleep evaluation center will contain a
four-bed diagnostic sleep lab and a sleep evaluation clinic staffed by
board-certified physicians and other caregivers who can treat patients of all
ages. One of the rooms is specially designed for patients with special needs.
Anyone who has experienced a sleepless night understands that few things in life are more frustrating than not being able to get enough rest. For people who work shifts – whether straight night shifts or alternating nights and days – getting adequate sleep is vital to staying alert, healthy and productive.
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