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Interview with Dr. Reyes Haro Valencia, head of the Instituto Mexicano de Medicina Integral del Sueño

April 22, 2016

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Dr. Reyes Haro Valencia heads Mexico’s preeminent clinic for sleep disorders, the Instituto Mexicano de Medicina Integral del Sueño (IMMIS). With Mexico’s high rates of obesity, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a major health concern in this region.  Furthermore, Dr. Valencia shares that developing nations often don’t have enough sleep clinics to care for all the patients who are afflicted with sleep disorders; IMMIS currently has a 3-week waiting list.

IMMIS was founded 10 years ago to treat and diagnose patients of all ages sufering from OSA, as well as snoring, insomnia, sleep apnea, and other sleep-related conditions.  Dr. Valencia’s staff consists of a multi-disciplinary team of experts from fields including neurology, neonatology, psychiatry, internal medicine, and dentistry.

Dr. Valencia first became acquainted with Neurovirtual ten years ago at a medical conference, and he has remained impressed with our system since that time. In particular, Dr. Valencia cites the high-quality of our equipment, our competitive pricing, and the exceptional 24/7 support we offer to customers; he also highly recommends Neurovirtual equipment to his colleagues in many medical specialties.

In addition to caring for patients, Dr. Valencia and his team conduct research, participate in congresses, and train their colleagues in the science of sleep.  Here at Neurovirtual, we are impressed with all of the great work being done at the Instituto Mexicano de Medicina Integral del Sueño, and pleased that Dr. Valencia has chosen to partner with us in meeting the needs of sleep patients throughout Mexico.


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