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Melbourne sleep tech
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Hi,are there any fellow Melbournians out there that could recommend a good sleep tech preferably in the east? Thanks.
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#2
Seismic Snorer, are you talking about a sleep specialist or where you get the equipment? I go to Melbourne Sleep Disorder Centre in the city for my sleep specialist and MCS for equipment they have branches everywhere.
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#3
Hi Tez62, I am looking for someone to review my data and consultation.Sleep Technologist?I have already purchased my machine from the US,but will buy supplies from here filters etc.I think.Thanks
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Not a lot sleep tech or even sleep doctor can tell you if numbers fall within an acceptable range and sleep is decent

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Seismic Snorer, what area of Melbourne do you live in? I would go to one of the MCS shops or their equilivent, they will probably do it for you especially if you are buying some of the equipment off them. I can let you know the closest one.
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Thanks Zonk and Tez.I live in the eastern suburbs.Just checked out the MCS website,they have affiliates out my way.I don't want to be pressured to buy their products,I would rather just pay a consultation fee.Hopefully I can wrap my head around Sleepy Head in the future and self manage.Cheers
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(12-19-2014, 12:38 AM)Seismic Snorer Wrote: Thanks Zonk and Tez.I live in the eastern suburbs.Just checked out the MCS website,they have affiliates out my way.I don't want to be pressured to buy their products,I would rather just pay a consultation fee.Hopefully I can wrap my head around Sleepy Head in the future and self manage.Cheers

If you go to the Mitcham one and ask for Kate she is helpful
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I will give them a call thanks Tez
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#9
Just did a quick search, there are few places in Melbourne

https://www.svhm.org.au/gp/clinics/Pages...atory.aspx

http://www.rmh.mh.org.au/respiratory-and.../i1001388/

http://www.msdc.com.au/MSDC/About_Us.html
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