Patient Resources

Patient Resources

We are glad you chose us. It is a privilege to take care of you. We will always do the best we can for you. On this page, you will find resources to make your interaction with us easier and more meaningful.

New Patient Forms: Please fill out these forms and fax them to us or bring them with you to your appointment. That will make your wait time at the office shorter. It will also make it easier for us to take care of you.

Established patient forms: Please fill out these forms and bring them with you to your appointment (do not fax them to us in advance). That will reduce your wait time at the office. It will make it easier for us, too.

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Patient Portal: We have a free Patient Portal for you! It makes it possible for you to view your medical records. You can also ask us questions securely online or send us a secure e-mail. We can respond securely. Ask us for an invitation if you have not yet joined. It is available to any patient we have seen. The portal is housed within FollowMyHealth, which is used by many physicians. With one login, you may be able to link to many of your physicians. It is the easiest and fastest way to communicate with us. You can email us any time of day or night, and we will respond quickly, usually the same day and definitely within one working day. No more waiting on hold or transfer to voice-mail!

  1. Click on this link to open up the Patient Portal page.
  2. In order to use the Patient Portal you will need to complete the registration process. Registration instructions can be found here:
    1. Patient Portal Registration Instructions (PDF)
    2. Registration Connection Request Instructions (PDF)
    3. Proxy Registration Instructions (PDF)

Current Clinical Trials (if any): Are you interested in participating in a clinical trial? Click here to see what trial we have ongoing.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Do you have a question that you need answered quickly? Check out out Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to common questions.

Changing definitions of sleep apnea – should we still treat mild sleep apnea?

Changing definitions of sleep apnea – should we still treat mild sleep apnea? Whether we should treat mild sleep obstructive apnea, may depend on the definition used for scoring hypopneas. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) scoring manual defines hypopneas. This definition has changed several times over the years, sometimes going back and forth…

Sleepy, Tired, Fatigued? You May Have Idiopathic Hypersomnia

Are you tired, sleepy, fatigued? You may have Idiopathic Hypersomnia. Sleep medicine doctors often ignore idiopathic hypersomnia. Many sleep medicine doctors focus exclusively on sleep apnea. Others understand and look for narcolepsy with cataplexy (now called narcolepsy type 1). Narcolepsy with cataplexy is a rare disorder. In my experience, narcolepsy without cataplexy (now called narcolepsy…

Sleep Deprivation Increases Brain Cannabinoids

Sleep Deprivation Increases Brain Cannabinoids Most Americans do not get enough sleep (defined as more than 7 hours for adults, 8-10 hours for teenagers, more for children). When we do not get enough sleep, our brains produce cannabinoids (called endocannabinoids). Without¬†enough sleep, we are more irritable and our brains do not function as well. We…

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