Hillary Lowenstein, MD

Dr.  LowensteinDr. Lowenstein completed her Neurology residency at Oregon Health and Science University and Sleep Medicine fellowship at the University of Michigan, which is one of the most prestigious and multidisciplinary Sleep Medicine programs in the country. She had the honor of closely working with nationally and internationally renowned experts in the Sleep Medicine field. Her education, training and comfort with a multidisciplinary approach to sleep disorders is advantageous because it allows for individually tailored treatment options that encompass Sleep Medicine, Sleep Psychology, Otolaryngology, Sleep Dentistry, and Oromaxillofacial Surgery. During this time she was actively involved in giving lectures, educating medical students and fellow physicians, and participating in the Associated Professional Sleep Societies (American Academy of Sleep Medicine) meeting regarding new findings pertaining to Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Epilepsy. She is also very interested in the interrelationship between Sleep and Headache.

Dr. Lowenstein is committed to achieving excellence in her fields and providing the highest quality of patient care. She believes that achieving and maintaining excellence in Neurology and Sleep Medicine is multifactorial, and includes continually learning, applying and educating others about cutting edge information and technology that is available. Her knowledge, training, and compassionate approach to patient care make her well regarded in the community she serves. She is passionate about education her patients and their families about sleep disorders, as well as, education the community at large about good sleep habits. She is excited to be back in Portland, OR. and enthusiastic to serve her community.

Education and Training:

  • Smith College (Undergraduate)
  • Jagiellonian University School of Medicine (Medical School)
  • West Virginia University (Internship)
  • Oregon Health and Science University (Neurology Residency)
  • University of Michigan (Sleep Medicine Fellowship)