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Heidi Riney Chief Medical Officer Nox Health
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Sleep Matters

Learn why sleep is your body and brain’s best friend. Tune into this 30-minute webinar + 15-minute Q & A featuring Nox Health’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Heidi Riney, on June 22nd at 1pm ET.

We’ll cover:

  • The connection between sleep and mood, memory, mental health, focus, and work performance.
  • The link between sleep and immunity, healthy weight, and our ability to prevent and/or better manage chronic conditions including heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.
  • Why treating sleep conditions such as insomnia and apnea (snoring) can markedly improve overall health.

Sleep Matters

6/22/20221:00pm EDT1 hour
Learn why sleep is your body and brain’s best friend. Tune into this 30-minute webinar + 15-minute Q & A featuring Nox Health’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Heidi Riney, on June 22nd at 1pm ET.

We’ll cover:
the connection between sleep and mood, memory, mental health, focus, and work performance.
the link between sleep and immunity, healthy weight, and our ability to prevent and/or better manage chronic conditions including heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.
why treating sleep conditions such as insomnia and apnea (snoring) can markedly improve overall health.

About Heidi Riney, MD D ABPN | Chief Medical Officer of Nox Health

Chief Medical Officer Heidi Riney provides medical and scientific vision and direction for the SleepCharge program. She provides training, quality assurance, and medical management of all care pathways and clinical oversight for all internal and external medical care.

Dr. Riney is board-certified in sleep medicine and neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), Georgia Association of Sleep Professionals (GASP) and National Sleep Foundation (NSF), where she serves on the Communications Committee.

She completed her medical training at Wake Forest, neurology residency and neurophysiology fellowship at Emory University and sleep medicine fellowship at FusionSleep. During her neurology residency, Dr. Riney taught neuroanatomy courses and led small group clinical cases with second year Emory medical students. She was also involved in research, looking at concentric-needle single-fiber electromyography for the diagnosis of myasthenia gravis.

After her neurology residency, Dr. Riney completed a clinical neurophysiology fellowship at Emory University. During her fellowship, Dr. Riney led weekly lectures with neurology residents on topics related to electromyography and electroencephalography.

Dr. Riney currently evaluates adults and children with sleep, wake, and circadian rhythm problems at the FusionSleep Atlanta North location.