Michael Schwartz, MA, RPSGT, CCSH, is Founder of MicroSleep, LLC. Michael is a nationally Registered and Licensed Sleep Technologist (Polysomnography) and Certified Clinical Sleep Educator. Since 1987, Michael has tested and analyzed the sleep patterns of thousands of patients in clinical and research sleep labs, including performing some of the early CPAP titration studies done in the US. Michael co-founded the School of Clinical Polysomnography, Inc. in 1996, training hundreds of sleep physicians and technologists in the recording and interpretation of sleep studies (polysomnograms). In 2007, Michael became a professor in the CAAHEP-accredited Sleep Health and Technology program at the Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls, OR. As a faculty member of this fully online program, Michael teaches courses in sleep physiology, sleep pathology, and clinical sleep health. Michael is also currently the Insomnia Education Coordinator at a nationally accredited Sleep Disorders Center, providing sleep health and wellness education for patients clinically diagnosed with chronic insomnia.
Over the years, Michael has been invited to make numerous presentations about sleep and insomnia. With his special interest in helping people learn behaviors to improve sleep, Michael launched www.sleeponQ.com to give those who struggle with sleep an active way to work on their sleep. When he is awake, Michael loves spending time with his family, mountain biking, golfing and tuning up the old Buick. And yes, he is a very sound sleeper!