Call us today for an appointment: (434) 293-9149
Welcome to Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine, the practice of Dr. W. Christopher Winter, MD.
Dr. Winter is a board-certified and nationally recognized sleep medicine doctor as well as a board-certified neurologist. Our practice is a premiere sleep clinic dedicated to giving patients and clients the highest level of quality care and service.
If you are suffering from the inability to sleep well or are excessively sleepy, our services can help you. Complete our online forms and call us to schedule an appointment at 434-293-9149.
Ask your primary care physician for a referral to our office.
Dr. Winter is the only sleep specialist in Charlottesville on the Restless Legs Syndrome foundation list of healthcare providers. Find out more about RLS at www.rls.org
For the third straight year, Dr. Winter was honored by Vitals.com with the 2012 Patients' Choice award. Of the nation's 870,000 active physicians,only 5% received this award in 2012. You can see Dr. Winter's Vitals.com profile as well as his awards by visiting www.vitals.com
The Huffington Post
Dr. Winter writes a biweekly blog about all things sleep for the Huffington Post. Read his articles here.
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine is happy to welcome Johanna Claasen, PA to our practice. Johanna will be seeing sleep patients at our Pantops office starting in March.
Dr. Winter in What Doctors Eat
Dr. Winter's sleep advice is featured in What Doctors Eat. This new book takes dietary tips from 64 top doctors and compiles them into one outstanding reference. Ordering information can be found by clicking this link.
Dr. Winter wears a Basis Carbon Steel Edition to track his activity and sleep. His independent evaluation of these devices led him to conclude that this device was the most accurate in terms of sleep characterization.
Learn more at www.mybasis.com.
With the Basis Carbon Steel, you can track your sleep on a nightly basis. Here is Dr. Winter's sleep from Thursday night. How does your sleep compare?