The Snoring Center, the nation’s leading provider of minimally invasive, office-based treatment for snoring and sleep apnea, including the Pillar Procedure from Medtronic, announced the addition of a Gulf Coast center to open January 6.

“We continue to find innovative professionals like Dr. Weiss to join our team and help achieve our mission to change the way people think about snoring and other sleep-related disorders

Dr. Ray Weiss, a Board Certified Otolaryngologist, will serve as Medical Director of the Snoring Center’s Ocean Spring location, serving patients along the Gulf Coast, from Mobile, Alabama to New Orleans, Louisiana.

“I am proud to be able to bring relief to patients with the support of The Snoring Center,” said Dr. Weiss. “We are working to improve quality  of life for patients all over the world. Continuing to expand The Snoring Center team into new markets allows ease of access for the men and women seeking minimally invasive, office-based snoring and sleep apnea treatment, and I am glad to be a part of it.”

“We continue to find innovative professionals like Dr. Weiss to join our team and help achieve our mission to change the way people think about snoring and other sleep-related disorders,” said Dr. Craig Schwimmer, MD, MPH, FACS, Medical Director and CEO of The Snoring Center. “Our physicians are sensitive to the impact that snoring and sleep apnea have on people’s lives. Traditional treatment options do not adequately meet the needs of many patients. We are able to provide minimally invasive, office-based treatment for those unable to tolerate a cumbersome breathing apparatus. At The Snoring Center, our mission is to ensure that patients understand ALL their treatment options, so that they can choose the options that best suit their individual needs.”

Dr. Schwimmer cites research linking lack of sleep with everything from fatigue and short tempers, to decreased job performance and auto       accidents, from high blood pressure and obesity to diabetes. The Snoring Center’s advancements in minimally invasive treatment options that help provide practical solutions to the millions of couples impacted by snoring and sleep apnea.

Specially trained, Board Certified Ear, Nose and Throat doctors at the Snoring Center offer a variety of treatment options, allowing for       customized treatment based on each patient’s anatomy and circumstances. These treatment options include the Pillar Procedure from Medtronic, Coblation of the Nasal Turbinates, Soft Palate Coblation and Laser Tonsil Ablation, as well as the use of oral appliances.

The Pillar Procedure involves the placement of woven inserts into the soft palate. Over time, the body’s natural tissue response to the inserts increases the structural integrity of the soft palate, thereby reducing the vibration that causes snoring and sleep apnea. More than 40,000 people worldwide have been treated with Medtronic’s Pillar Procedure, and The Snoring Center has performed more Pillar Procedures than any other practice in the world.

The Snoring Center also offers Home Sleep Studies as an alternative to traditional, lab-based tests. These home-based studies are significantly less expensive, more convenient, and often preferred by patients because they are done in the comfort of one’s own bed. This convenience and comfort may also allow for a more representative night’s sleep.

 The Snoring Center is the nation’s leading provider of minimally invasive, office-based treatments of snoring and sleep apnea. The Snoring Center has helped thousands of men and women stop snoring, sleep better and enjoy better health, thanks to a variety of convenient and effective procedures. Performed in a single visit, using only local anesthesia, and allowing an immediate return to normal activities, our treatments are a rational choice for many patients struggling with  snoring or sleep apnea.

The Snoring Center has offices in Beverly Hills, Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston. For more information please visit www.SnoringCenter.com.

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