Pain & Sleep Therapy
Thursday, November 16, 2023
7:00 pm - 7:30 pm Eastern
(6:00 pm Central // 4:00 pm Pacific)
Friends Don’t Let Friends Snore
Are You Struggling with Sleep Issues, Snoring Partners, or Snoring Yourself?
Dr. Carly Jacobs from Pain and Sleep Therapy in Bryn Mawr, PA, offers an informative workshop, Friends Don’t Let Friends Snore, that may provide answers and help you understand what snoring means.
Snoring can negatively impact your health and ability to restful sleep and cause distress for those listening in and those doing the snoring themselves! Through this workshop, participants will gain knowledge of techniques designed to reduce disruptive snoring so all family members and partners can get a restful night’s sleep.
Even though snoring can seem devastating, help is available from Dr. Jacobs. She strives to identify any underlying issues contributing to chronic or occasional sleeplessness among her clients and to address them effectively.
This workshop will show you the difference between troubled sleep and sweet dreams free from night-time noise! Take this opportunity to discuss preventative measures tailored by Pain and Sleep Therapy Services specified to YOUR needs – to give YOU control over how much restful sleep YOU receive!
Register for the Friends Don’t Let Friends Snore Workshop today and start living your restorative sleep dreams!
What You Will Learn:
- What snoring means
- The health risks of snoring
- Overview of Pain and Sleep Therapy Services
*This program is free.
**The VIP ticket, guarantees that your questions will be answered by the presenter. To have your questions asked you will need to direct message the Girls Nite Live host during the presentation. The VIP ticket also includes a recording of the presentation. The VIP ticket price is $5.00.
Dr. Carly Jacobs, a native Floridian, graduated from the University of Florida Dental School and completed her residency at NYU. After trading the Sunshine State for the Big Apple, she ultimately landed in Philadelphia to begin her career in private practice dentistry. While her focus started in general dentistry, she quickly discovered a passion for dental sleep medicine. Dr. Jacobs helped treat many patients with sleep-related breathing issues during her general dentistry practice, including snoring and sleep apnea. She immediately experienced these treatments’ positive impact, including the significant role of proper breathing in the body and mind.
Her passion for helping people and her belief that her patients deserve a more holistic approach led her to seek even more comprehensive training, including mentorship by some of the top chronic pain and sleep providers worldwide and hundreds of hours of advanced training and education. Dr. Jacobs finds great pride in providing patients relief from their facial pain, headaches, TMD, airway obstructions, and breathing issues, and her goal is to help every patient find the root cause of their problems, allowing them to achieve a healthy, balanced life that includes a great night’s sleep.