As an osteopathic trained physician, I believe in the body’s inherent ability to heal itself when cared for and aligned properly. With this understanding, my approach to neurology emphasizes its interplay with the general medical health of the patient.
I am an outdoors enthusiast and love to travel the world. I also enjoy performing in an improvisational group for various charities.
Conditions & Procedures
Congenital Central Alveolar Hypoventilation Syndrome,
Idiopathic sleep related non-obstructive alveolar hypoventilation,
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (Adult/Pediatric),
Repetitive intrusions of sleep,
Sleep Arousal Disorder,
Sleep Related Movement Disorder
I felt like the doctor was squeezing me into her schedule; I wish I would have had more time to discuss treatment options.
I have been *Dr. Lovitz's patient for several years. She empathizes with my sleep issues and the difficulty I have getting to sleep at a regular time.
I have been using a C-Pap machine for about a year and a half, and I need supplies. My previous physician insisted I needed another sleep study. I phoned Medicare and spent a long, long time getting the correct answer. I would only need a sleep study if I needed a NEW MACHINE, not supplies to maintain the one I have. Dr. Lovitz verified this, and gave me the name of another supplier. Your sleep department understood my wishes immediately, and gave me the name and phone number of a supplier. Thank you!
the office is totally professional everyone Smiles courtesy is above reproach and of course the doctors handling of my situation is exemplary and as I said previously I've been going there for years.
this was my first time with Dr. Lovett some I was very impressed.
*Dr. Lori Lovitz is excellent!
Very kind and thorough physician. I was grateful for her patient teaching and help.
I filled out a lot of questions online before the visit and I was surprised the doctor asked me the same questions - what a waste of time.
When talking with the doctor her seat was higher than my face and I had to look up to her and it didn't help that it came through as she was looking down on the patient. I would think an equal sitting would be more conducive to the patient/doctor relationship.
I have worked with Dr. Lovitz for several years and like her very much.
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Dr. Lovitz talks about the "Do’s and Don’ts: of Preparing for a Good Night’s Rest.