In a 24hour society, where folks tend to burn the candle at both ends, restorative sleep has become more whimsy than reality. No matter how common, consequences of continued sleep deprivation can be dire fatigue, impaired thinking, drowsy driving or even high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases and metabolic diseases such as diabetes & obesity. Today, with millions of Americans suffering from some form of sleep disorder, Dr. Ostransky commands a captive audience among the sleepless in Southlake/Fort Worth.
Convinced America trends toward a growing epidemic in sleep disorders, Dr. Ostransky became the first boardcertified sleep physician in Tarrant County and founded North Texas Lung and Sleep Clinic to offer hopeful solutions for patients. For patients with respiratory disorders such as asthma, cancer, COPD, emphysema and interstitial lung disease and respiratory complaints such as cough and shortness of breath, he brings 31 years of delivering quality care to those having difficulty breathing. Along with quality, delivery of care is augmented by convenience, education, and customer service.
Dr. Ostransky and his staff accept no limitations when staring down the challenge of a difficult diagnosis or complex medical management. In fact, difficult cases are what sets him apart. Boardcertified in internal, pulmonary and sleep medicine, a careful attention to detail and reputation for exhaustive evaluation earn Dr. Ostransky recognition as an expert in both pulmonary and sleep disorders. NTLSC is also involved in research for the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma and sleep apnea.
Our mission statement, “Breathe Well. Sleep Well. Live Well”, came full circle in 2010 as Dr. Ostransky completed a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine with Dr Andrew Weil in Arizona. His desire is to incorporate complementary medical treatments for those patients requesting alternatives for disease management.
Dr. Ostransky has long known the secret to a healthier, more productive life. “The key to wellness and success,” he says, “is simply easy breathing and a good night’s sleep.”
North Texas Lung and Sleep Clinic can help you achieve just that.