The Sleep Disorders Clinic
The Sleep Disorders Clinic Harley Street has been providing expert care and advice since 2013. Our clinical approach to your sleep has ensured that we can identify and treat your sleep issue in the best way possible. Our main priority is the wellbeing of our patients and to ensure they are inevitably enjoying a peaceful night’s sleep.
Specialising in the identification and treatment of snoring and sleep apnoea our expert comprehensive approach ensures you get the treatment you require quickly. The clinics expert use of the most up to date medical treatments mean we have a 100% success rate in managing snoring and Sleep Apnoea.
From our base in Harley Street we have a national reach due to our use of home diagnostic sleep study equipment. This means even more speed and convenience for our patients as this reduces the amount of clinic visits.
We accept referrals from other health professionals and we also accept patient’s self-referrals.
Joseph Gannon BSc RPSGT, Chief Sleep Physiologist
Joseph Gannon began his career after graduating with a degree in Human Biology BSc Hons from Oxford Brookes University. His first step was in pharmaceutical research at Hammersmith Medicine Research. Here Joseph was part of team testing new pharmaceutical agents in man for the first time. His role was focussed in interpreting the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic impact medications have upon sleep architecture.
After some time Joseph moved to Guys and St Thomas’ Sleep Disorders Clinic, the largest sleep unit in Europe. While in post Joseph was part of the team operating and interpreting overnight sleep studies with a focus on sleep disordered breathing, particularly snoring and Sleep Apnoea.
His next step was to world renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children as a senior member of the Sleep Department team. He focussed on the teaching and training of junior members of the department all the way through to junior doctors on their departmental placements. In this role Joseph used his knowledge to study for his accreditation with the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologist. After some years in a paediatric setting Joseph made a move back to an adult sleep service.
Joseph then moved onto another senior position at University Hospital of South Manchester Sleep Clinic. Joseph used his many years of experience to help lecture new students at Manchester Metropolitan University undertaking the Modernising Scientific Careers NHS Programme. Clinical work undertaken included the diagnosis and management of all aspects of sleep disordered breathing including snoring and Sleep Apnoea. Joseph is also a Member of the Royal Society of Medicine and British Sleep Society.