Dr. John D. Bray, MD

Trouble Breathing?
Nasal, upper airways, lungs
Allergy Alliance

Asthma, allergy, skin, immunity, and much more.

Trouble Sleeping? Sleep Center of the Southwest

Sleep apnea, snoring, insomnia, restless leg, effects of poor sleep on your health, and much more.

Restless Leg & PLM

Let's Talk About Restless Leg Syndrome

Aside from sleep apnea and snoring, there are countless other sleep disorders that plague Permian Basin residents. Fortunately, our facility is equipped to handle any of these ailments. Allow Dr. Bray to solve your sleep problems so you can rest easy at night and be highly productive.

Legs of two people sleeping

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

Restless leg syndrome is a movement disorder characterized by creeping, crawling, and unpleasant sensations in the legs prior to sleep. This causes the Restless Leg Syndrome victim to move their legs for relief, many times keeping them awake at night. This can lead to severe insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness. Many patient with restless leg syndrome also have (PLM).

Periodic Limb Movements (PLM)

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder is characterized by periodic episodes of repetitive limb movements that occur during sleep. These episodes of limb movement can be disruptive to sleep. If limb movements are disruptive, the person may complain of insomnia, restless or non-restorative sleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness. Often, the individual with PLM does not realize that they are suffering from the disorder. Usually, our Midland office is contacted by the bed partner who is often more aware of the nighttime movements.

Get the Help You Need

Dr. Bray's treatment for both periodic Limb Movements and Restless Leg Syndrome is highly effective for patients needing medical help. CONTACT US today for more information.