Dr Wayne Lai is one of the physicians at the Castlegar Sleep Centre.

Dream come true: sleep centre opens in Castlegar

Castlegar centre offers consultations and sleep lab tests.

West Kootenay residents with sleep problems now have a local alternative to travelling to see a sleep specialist.

Dr. Wayne W. Lai and Dr. Stephen Lundy have opened the Castlegar Sleep Centre. The clinic offers consultations with the sleep specialists and sleep diagnostic services including titration studies and overnight testing in one of their three sleep lab units.

The Castlegar clinic is an expansion for Tranq Sleep Care which operates clinics in Kelowna, Cranbrook, Dawson Creek, Williams Lake and Terrace.

Patients must have a referral from their physician in order to book an appointment.

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