RU professor discusses sleep apnea on public radio program

Adrian Aron

Adrian Aron, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy

Sleep apnea can interfere with patients' hearts and also can have a negative impact on cardiac rehabilitation. Most patients do not realize they suffer from sleep apnea and are living their lives not benefitting from the available treatments.

Adrian Aron, an assistant professor in Radford University's Department of Physical Therapy, has worked on understanding the consequences of sleep apnea, especially on the cardiovascular system. Aron will discuss his research on the With Good Reason radio program Jan. 25 -31. Listeners in the New River Valley can hear the program at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 28 on Public Radio WVRU 89.9.

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With Good Reason has won twice the Gabriel Award for Best Documentary/Public Affairs Program and is also the recipient of top honors from the Virginia Association of Broadcasters and a second place in the Public Radio News Directors' competition.

With Good Reason is produced by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities for the Virginia Higher Education Broadcasting Consortium and is broadcast in Washington, D.C.; Virginia; Maryland; Tennessee; Georgia; Alaska; California; and Michigan.

Jan 22, 2014