Top: Rukmini Menon, M.D.
Bottom: Susan Boutilier, M.D.
John W. Gibbs, III, M.D., Ph.D.

East Carolina Neurology currently has three highly trained sleep physicians on staff. Susan Boutilier, John W. Gibbs, III and Rukmini Menon bring many years of combined experience to the practice of sleep medicine. This experience and knowledge allow East Carolina Neurology to be the premier medical practice for sleep medicine disorders in the region.

When you consider that almost three-quarters of all Americans do not get enough sleep each night, the consequential results can affect a wide variety of day-to-day activities. Because individuals often do not recognize lack of sleep as a health issue, the long-term effects can be damaging. Sleep disorders can range from sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, snoring and insomnia, just to mention a few.

If you are not getting enough sleep, feel extremely tired and lethargic, call to schedule an appointment today with one of the sleep doctors at East Carolina Neurology. Once the consultation is complete, a sleep study may be required. Your sleep evaluation will determine the particular sleep disorder you have, and the appropriate and most effective way to treat the condition.

East Carolina Neurology currently has Three Highly Trained Sleep Physicians, with extensive backgrounds in sleep medicine.

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