Welcome to our Practice
Untreated sleep apnea can cause strokes and heart attacks. It will hamper your daytime performance and it’s a key factor in numerous fatal automobile accidents. Dr. Katz will make sure you get the right diagnosis and correct treatment for sleep apnea. We also treat snoring.
Sleep Apnea & Snoring Solutions
Our Process Stands Out
1. Experience. Dr. Katz has been serving families in Greensboro since 1991. He’s specially trained and has an extensive background in treating both snoring and sleep apnea.
2. Commitment to Health and Wellness. Dr. Katz is guided by a commitment to the best medical practices for achieving optimum health and wellness. This means listening to patients and working with each individual to find the treatment that’s ideal for you.
3. Team Approach. Dr. Katz works with a network of doctors and technicians to make sure you get the best possible care.
How Our Sleep Apnea
Solutions Transform Lives
Living with untreated sleep apnea is dangerous and unhealthy. It puts a tremendous strain on you and the people who care about you. We’re here to help you change that.
We realize that there’s not a single solution that’s right for every patient. That’s why we feature treatment options for sleep apnea including comfortable and convenient oral appliances. We’ll help you wake up fresh every morning, ready to face the day.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens when sleep apnea is left untreated?
To learn about our treatment options, contact our Greensboro office by calling (336) 346-8988. Dr. Katz will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have and help you choose the best solution for your unique condition.
What are the warning signs or symptoms of sleep apnea?
- Loud snoring
- Sleepiness or lack of energy during the day
- Morning headaches
- Forgetfulness and mood swings
- Decreased libido
- Drowsiness while driving
- Restless sleep
- Waking with a choking/gasping sensation
- Waking with a dry/sore throat
The best way to find out if you have sleep apnea is by undergoing a sleep study. A sleep study can be performed under the supervision of a physician in a lab, or in the privacy of your own home. It will record data such as oxygen levels, brain activity, and muscle movement and a physician will determine if, in fact, you have sleep apnea. Then we can start treatment right away.