Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2015
Sleep Solution Doctors is a site that is designed to connect patients who have sleep problems with doctors in their local areas who can help. For a limited time, sleep apnea doctors can now take advantage of a complimentary listing with Sleep Solution Doctors. This is a valuable opportunity that can help extend the reach of sleep apnea doctors around the country and enable patients to better find the doctors they need to help them get healthier sleep.
The site offers support for many different sleep disorders, including:
- Sleep apnea
- Pediatric sleep apnea
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Jet lag
- Night terrors
- Night leg cramps
Patients who use the site can read the latest news about sleep apnea and other sleep disorders, schedule appointments, and learn how to participate in a sleep apnea home study or sleep lab study. The site provides in-depth information about various disorders and includes easy-to-use tools for patients to access this information or connect with the doctor of their choice. Sleep specialists, including EENT doctors, dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, mental health professionals, neurologists, and pediatricians are all included in the listings to create a more comprehensive team approach. The site is accessible 24/7/365, and patients can schedule an appointment whenever they want.
Many people have solved their sleep problems thanks to Sleep Solution Doctors. “This website narrowed down my choices by experience, education and specialty. I was able to confidently arrange a visit to a doctor in (my daughter’s) own area,” said one patient from San Clemente, Calif. Another patient from San Bernardino, Calif., said, “I am not very computer savvy, but I found this website to be easy to use and navigate. I was able to find the right doctor in no time!”
About Sleep Solution Doctors
SleepSolutionDoctors.com is committed to raising awareness about various sleep disorders and the latest treatment options. The site is easy to use and gives patients the information they want and the ability to get the treatment they need. Available resources include information from the American Sleep Apnea Association, the Sleep Research Society, the National Sleep Foundation, the National Library of Medicine, and the Journal of Sleep Research.