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Meet New York's Dr. Mayank Shukla: Pulmonologist & Sleep Doctor Dr. Mayank Shukla is a pulmonologist and sleep doctor whose unique combined approach to treatment has also successfully treated patients suffering with asthma, allergies and sleeping disorders in New York City for over 15 years. While he treats both adults and children, Dr. Shukla finds it particular rewarding helping children breathe easier. For this reason, Dr. Shukla is now expanding from central Brooklyn to Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island, to offer his patient-centered, empathic approach to all of New York City's children. He is motivated by a simple passion:
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This content was provided by Dr. Shukla "Chief Pediatric Pulmonologist Dr. Shukla pioneered the morbidity directed asthma program, which consistently shows improvement in quality of life for children. Dr. Shukla's hands-on, personal, one-to-one approach has been very effective in controlling asthma symptoms. This program reduces the overall economic burden of asthma by preventing hospitalizations, emergency room visits, and missed days of work and school due to asthma, thus saving millions of dollars for the city and state healthcare system.
Dr. Mayank Shukla is Board Certified in Sleep Medicine. As a sleep doctor, Dr. Shukla addresses conditions like sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and parasomnia. His unique multi- disciplinary approach to sleeping disorders combines his experience and education as a pulmonologist and sleep doctor to provide personalized treatment for each and every patient. This makes Dr. Shukla one of the most sought after sleep doctors in New York to treat sleep apnea for both adults and children."