Roberta analyses sleep as a brain function, as well as a breathing function. That’s because she is an RPSGT, a Polysomnographer. That is, she used to watch people’s brain function during sleep! Now a Sleep Clinician at Snore MD in Ladner, we asked her “Why the switch to sleep therapy?”
Katja has years of experience working in different healthcare specialties but was attracted to the sleep apnea industry. As our Walnut Grove sleep clinic turns one year old, she explains why she chose a career at Snore MD.
Ash is passionate about sleep and sleep medicine! And when he came to realise that many health problems can be prevented with sleep apnea treatment, he wanted to get involved and help help those with untreated sleep apnea.
When Krysten found out there was sleep apnea stores opening up across BC with a unique model of patient care, and she wanted to get involved! So in june 2018, she moved from Edmonton, Alberta, and started her role as Sleep Clinician at the Snore MD Parkgate/Seymour Pkwy sleep clinic.
Katrina has been in the medical field for about 12 years now. With a lot of in-house and self training, Katrina, the Sleep Clinician in West Kelowna, is helping patients overcome sleep issues and along their better-sleep journey.
Rav has been at the Snore MD Langley sleep apnea clinic since the store opened in 2016, and brought with her experience and knowledge from working in the local hospital’s respiratory department. We caught up with her to find out about her experience at Snore MD and how it has impacted her family!