Is it snoring or is it another sleep-disordered breathing condition? There are three common types of sleep apnea and at AOO, our ENT specialists strive to promptly and accurately diagnose your medical condition. After proper diagnosis, your doctor will suggest a treatment plan for you based on your specific condition. If you or a family member experiences sleep-disordered breathing conditions, you should contact AOO today to secure an appointment with one of our otolaryngologists for proper diagnosis.

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Keith Swartz, M.D.

Dr. Keith Swartz is dual-board-certified in otolaryngology and sleep medicine, and he received his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He was the Chief Resident of the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at the United States Air Force Academy and founded the first comprehensive home sleep testing protocol in the United States Air Force. When not helping patients at the Associates of Otolaryngology, he loves to ski, fly fish, and spend time with his wife and three kids.

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