Penn Medicine’s Sleep Apnea Program specializes in treating individuals that suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea refers to interruptions in breathing during sleep that can range from mild, moderate to severe. Depending upon the severity, sleep apnea can negatively impact your health causing you to feel fatigued in the morning after you wake up and throughout the course of your day.
Penn Medicine sleep specialists and otorhinolaryngologists work together to treat the full range of sleep apnea conditions, including:
There a numerous risk factors that may contribute to OSA, including:
Sleep apnea usually is a chronic (ongoing) condition that disrupts your sleep. Learn about the types of symptoms that can cause sleep apnea.
Penn otorhinolaryngologists and sleep medicine physicians evaluate patients for sleep apnea using the latest diagnostic tools and techniques.
The Penn Sleep Apnea Program offers the most advanced sleep medicine and surgical treatment techniques available for mild, moderate and severe sleep apnea.
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