Snoring & Sleep Apnea

Snoring, a very prevalent breathing disorder, is often associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), which affects millions and is associated with higher risk of Stroke and Heart Attack. OSA occurs when breathing stops for ten seconds or more during sleep or is reduced such that blood oxygen saturation drops, placing significant strain on your heart and cardiovascular system. This prevents air from reaching your lungs and deprives your body of oxygen. One of the most undiagnosed disorders known to mankind, OSA is easily treated once a diagnosis is established. Committed to helping you maintain restful, health-promoting sleep, Dr. Bittner has provided treatment for  Sleep Apnea for over 20 years. A strong commitment to patient follow-up helps insure you not only understand your current treatment but are also made aware of new progresses in sleep therapy and treatment options as they become available. This approach combined with a customized care plan consistently achieves a significantly higher rate of treatment compliance, thereby reducing the risk of stroke, heart attack, and other sleep-related illness, contributing to a healthier lifestyle for our sleep patients.