Texas Sleep Docs
Texas Sleep Docs is a physician-lead Sleep Center that is supported by a talented team with a passion for helping patients obtain healthy sleep. We understand that sleep disorders do not discriminate and can be found in young, old, male, female, small and large body types. This also means that there is not a “one size fits all” style of treatment. Our providers are sleep specialists with a combined knowledge of over 40 years of experience, and the Medical Director is Board Certified in Sleep Medicine.
All of us at Texas Sleep Docs believe that there are three foundational aspects to a productive and healthy life: Nutrition, Exercise and Sleep. There are many specialists in nutrition and exercise but not as many professionals focus on quality of sleep. We know that if you can increase your quality of sleep you will have more energy for exercise and choose healthier food options (not to mention you will be in a better mood).
If you think healthcare costs are already high, here is a little perspective of the healthcare economic impact of undiagnosed sleep disorders. Sleep disorders may not be as dramatic as a heart attack, but poor sleep now will contribute to higher healthcare costs in the future, and could increase your risk of having a heart attack! It can also affect your productivity at work which may have a financial impact on your career. You can see why we are so passionate about getting a good night’s rest.
Our office and night staff are friendly, highly knowledgeable and trained to take care of your needs. We have worked diligently to provide a seamless, and encouraging experience which including telemedicine visits, electronic communication, patient portal access, and online bill pay options. We strive to deliver results well ahead of expectations and welcome collaborating with local providers.
Visit the Texas Sleep Docs – Austin office Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Our Sleep Center offers sleep studies 7 days a week.
- Kathy Wilson, MD
- David Duhon, MD, JD
- Holly Kirk, FNP-C
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