Dr. Maria Dolgovina, MD Caring. Skilled and top notch. Doesn't speak down to client Knowledge, skill and empathy are strong points. Front office management is sketchy.
101-24 Queens Blvd, Suite A, Forest Hills, NY
NEW YORK, 101-24 Queens Blvd, NY11375 New York
Dr. Maria Dolgovina, MD
Understand and listen caring to your illness. I was very happy with my visit to Mrs. Dolgpvina she's very good doctor. Dr. Dolgovina was very helpful in diagnosing and treating my sleep disorder. I am grateful that I have more energy now that I am using a cpap machine. These new machines are amazing. The wait wasn't the best...it was horrible the doctor was great she rushed though like she honestly spent no more that 5 minutes with me after a hour wait ! Let's hope what she gave me helped! Dr. Dolgovina explained my diagnosis clearly and offered the best available treatments. She was also patient when answering my questions.
Rating: 5 / 5 stars
(718) 261-8881

Should You See A Sleep Specialist?

WHO SHOULD SEE A SLEEP SPECIALIST?

1.Patients who complain of:

  • Interrupted breathing during sleep.
  • Daytime Sleepiness and Fatigue.
  • Snoring.
  • Morning Headaches.
  • Restlessness during sleep.
  • Irritability, depression, trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, lack of energy.
  • Sudden awakenings with a sensation of gasping or choking.
  • Dry mouth or sore throat after awakening.
  • Children complaining of irritability, poor concentration, hyperactivity, or bed wetting.

2.Patients who do not complain about sleep-related problems but belong to the “STOP-BANG” group and have two or more of the following:

  • S-snoring.
  • T-tiredness.
  • O-observed stop breathing .
  • P-abnormal blood pressure.
  • B-badly obese/increased body mass index (MBI).
  • A-age greater than 50.
  • N-large neck size (for men and women).
  • G-male gender.

3. Patients with common medical condition who fail to respond to unusual treatment should, at least be, considered for a consultation with a sleep medicine specialist. Many people who have obstructive sleep apnea have no sleep complains. Early studies suggest that moderate to severe OSA goes diagnosed up to 93% of women an 82% of men who have it. However, OSA has been identified as a risk factor for many illnesses.

Undiagnosed and untreated sleep disorders are strongly associated with, and often contribute to the following common conditions:

  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Stoke
  • Obesity
  • Depression
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Arrhythmias
  • Epilepsy
  • Mental and Physical Fatigue
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • Decreased Libido. Erectile Dysfunction
If you have have a patient with any of the above conditions that prove difficult to treat, please consider the possibility that the patient maybe suffering from OSA.
Successful treatment of OSA can make a very significant difference to patients quality and longevity of life.

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