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SleepCenterNYC: About Us



SleepCenterNYC is the certified sleep disorder center run by Heart and Lung Associates, P.C.

Along with our program for sleep diagnostics, we offer general pulmonary medicine services.

We are a multi-disciplinary, group medical practice located in Bayside, Queens.

Office Hours

Monday:
Dr. Mann- 12 pm to 4 pm
Dr. Prisco- 12 pm to 4 pm

Tuesday:
Dr. Mann- 1 pm to 6 pm
Dr. Prisco- 1 pm to 6 pm

Wednesday:
Dr. Prisco- 9:30 am to 1 pm

Thursday:
Dr. Mann- 12 pm to 4 pm
Dr. Prisco- 12 pm to 4 pm

Friday:
Dr. Mann- 10 am to 1 pm
Dr. Prisco- 10 am to 1 pm

Doctors:

Staff:

  • Michael Resnick, Certified Sleep Technologist and Respiratory Therapist
  • Susan Ornstein, Certified Nutritionist
  • Jason Garcia, PFT technician
  • Javier Rivera, PFT technician

Our staff is a group of dedicated individuals, each of whom plays a critical role in seeing to it that the care our patients receive is always outstanding. They have been hand-picked based upon their demonstrated commitment to patient service, and share the desire of our physicians to provide the finest, and most attentive care possible.

Feel free to ask any staff member your questions, and express to him or her, any concerns that you may have. Each is prepared to answer your question, or bring it to the attention of one of the medical staff for resolution.


 

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Fast Facts

Title: COPD Healthy Eating
Area: Pulmonary Medicine

  • Use medications that make breathing easier and/or clear your airways about 1 hour before eating.
  • Rest before eating if eating makes you short of breath or tired.
  • Eat while sitting up. This helps remove pressure on your lungs.
  • If you use oxygen, use it while eating. Eating and digestion require energy, which causes your body to use more oxygen.
  • Eat six small meals each day instead of three large ones so that your stomach is never extremely full. A full stomach can interfere with breathing by pushing on the diaphragm.
  • Eat and chew slowly so you are less likely to become short of breath. Try putting your spoon or fork down between bites to slow your eating speed.