Dr. Robert Rosenberg, D.O.

Dr. Robert Rosenberg contributes to the ASA Ask the Sleep Doctor section.

Robert S. Rosenberg, DO, FCCP, is the medical director of the Sleep Disorders Center of Prescott Valley, Arizona and sleep medicine consultant for Mountain Heart Health Services in Flagstaff, Arizona. Dr. Rosenberg is board certified in sleep medicine, pulmonary medicine, and internal medicine. He is a contributing sleep expert blogger and his advice has appeared in Women’s Health, Prevention, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parenting, and O Magazine, among others.

Dr. Robert Rosenberg, D.O.

Dr Rosenberg is a weekly newspaper columnist addressing sleep Q&As. Dr. Rosenberg appears on TV and radio and lectures throughout the country on Sleep Medicine. His book Sleep Soundly Every Night, Feel Fantastic Every Day  is a best seller. Dr Rosenberg’s latest book is The Doctor’s Guide to Sleep Solutions for Stress & Anxiety. Visit Dr Rosenberg’s website WWW.AnswersForSleep.com which is a wealth of information on sleep topics.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Dr. Robert Rosenberg, D.O.

  1. Cynthia Thornton Reply

    I am new to this area and need a new sleep doctor for medication. I made an appt with Dr. Rosenburg. Next I e-mailed them the information they requested. On the day of my phone appointment they did not call at the appointed time. I called them to find out why they did not call and I was told they did not receive the information packet…but acknowledged they DID receive all my medical records. This office has placed me in a difficult position. I only have a couple nights of meds left from my last doctor in California. Without meds, I do NOT sleep. Had this office called me in advance to let me know they are missing information, this problem would have been avoided. Instead they chose to put me on ignore and cancel the appointment versus working with me by calling to let me know they needed more information…I am in a panic as to what to do now. I do not know who to go to or how to resolve this problem. I DO NOT recommend using this doctor because his staff are not willing to work to prevent smaller problems from becoming big problems.

  2. JoAnn Cooke Reply

    FYI, I wear a mandibular advancement device every night for my sleep apnea.

    I was amazed to read in your Courier column on Wednesday, March 10, that “when we dream, our bodies become paralyzed.” I have often felt, especially when waking from a nightmare, that I’m unable to move, and wondered what in the nightmare caused this frightening feeling. Am I to understand, now, that the dreaming paralysis hasn’t ended when I wake up?

  3. John Broughton Reply

    Useless sleep test. I took my test recommended by Dr. Rosenberg 2/3 and dropped off the test equipment at his office 2/5. Not hearing from the office on the results, I called the morning of 2/19. The person answering the phone could not find the results and said the person who could was on the phone and she would have her call me. As of not, the following Tuesday morning, I have heard not been called and given the results. It looks like total patient neglect to me. Unfortunately, I am not aware of another sleep specialist in the area where I can go.

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