Board-Certified: American Board of Sleep Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine

Fellowship: Sleep Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Residency: Family Medicine, University of California Riverside, Moreno Valley, CA

MD: American University of Antigua, School of Medicine 

Licensed: State of California

He specializes in seeing adults and children with Sleep Disordered Breathing (Sleep Apnea), Restless Legs Syndrome, Insomnia, Parasomnia and Hypersomnolence.

Talha Memon, MD
Sleep Specialist

Dr. Memon received his bachelor’s degree in biology at New York Institute of Technology. He completed his Family Medicine Residency at University of California, Riverside where he was awarded Intern of the Year. He completed his specialty training in Sleep Medicine at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, which is one of the most prestigious programs in the nation.

Dr. Memon is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. CBT-I focuses on modifying behavior a nd thinking that contribute to chronic insomnia. Therapy sessions take place on a regular basis. CBT-I can take several months to improve symptoms, because the benefits aren’t apparent right away. But many people prefer the therapy because it is a non-medication approach whose benefits continue long after they discontinue the sessions.

Dr. Memon enjoys Academic Medicine. He has won numerous Research Awards, including first prize in California Academy of Family Medicine, 2nd prize at Michigan Academy of Sleep Medicine and Researcher of the Year Award at UCR. He currently serves as Clinical Faculty for the Family Medicine Residency Program of UHS Southern California Medical Education Consortium affiliated with Western University of Health Sciences. He is also an Assistant Clinical Professor for UCR School of Medicine.

On staff at Temecula Valley Hospital, Loma Linda Murrieta, Rancho Springs and Inland Valley Hospitals.

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