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Mar262014

How the ACSDD Differs From Other Sleep Medicine Organizations, With Dr. Michael Krahe, Baltimore, Maryland

Dr. Michael Krahe, CEO and Founder of the ACSDD, the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines, in Scottsdale, Arizona says that they differ from other organizations, as evidenced by the comments made by its members.  The words that are continuously spoken to him about the academy's uniqueness really revolves around not only the quality of what they present but the fact that the academy is not out for any political gain that other organizations may get caught up in.

"We've developed a culture of inclusion and openness in the truest sense of the word," Dr. Krahe says, whose members understand that when you've got something to say, as long as it's said professionally, it's open for discussion and consideration.  That's the thread that runs throughout the ACSDD and why its members are really enjoying their experience and why more and more people are joining the academy in place of other choice they may have, Dr. Krahe says.

For those sleep practitioners in the Baltimore, Maryland area, more information on the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines can be found at www.acsdd.org.  Dr. Michael Krahe can be reached directly at 814-881-7020.  Dr. Krahe spoke with Sleep Better TV, providing online, on-demand, sleep breathing disorder video content and is a featured network of Sequence Media Group.

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