ATLANTA – The citizens of Suwannee gained a state-of-the-art sleep clinic at 3890 Johns Creek Parkway. This is Gwinnett Sleep’s fifth location and is being led by the highly trained physicians, Dr. Rajesh R. Jasani, Dr. Susmita Rajanala and Dr. Prasad Garimella.
The Gwinnett Sleep Suwanee office is located on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in the Shops of Suwanee in Suite 240. The Shops of Suwanee is a shopping center with an Urgent Care and a few other retail stores. Gwinnett Sleep utilizes state-of-the-art technology to provide patients the most advanced treatments for sleep disorders whether it be snoring, leg cramps or difficulty getting to sleep. Sleep studies, also called polysomnography, are offered to patients to examine the state of the body while sleeping to determine the root cause of certain disorders. Gwinnett Sleep is also equipped to diagnose and treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea, abnormal breathing, and other breathing disorders during sleep.
Board-certified sleep specialist Dr. Rajesh R. Jasani has been a sleep physician in Gwinnett for over 10 years. He is accompanied by a staff of seasoned sleep specialists with years of study and experience. Dr. Susmita Rajanala received a doctorate in medicine and has acquired multiple hospital affiliations. Dr. Prasad Garimella is a board-certified sleep specialist with years of experience in the field. The staff of Gwinnett Sleep have been educating their community on Sleep Medicine and have been invited to speak in various conferences. In 2019 alone, Dr. Jasani spoke at the 4th Annual Primary Care Summit and the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology.
Gwinnett Sleep is very excited to be expanding their services to the Suwannee community. By offering state-of-the-art technology and individualized care for patient’s needs, the staff is ready to help the residents of Suwannee get the rest they deserve and desire.
3890 Johns Creek Parkway, Suite 240
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