The Snoring Centre is the first specialist clinic in the North East dedicated to assessing and treating snoring. Call 0191 253 5937 

Free Chat – No Obligation

Free Chat – No Obligation

If you or someone close to you has a problem with snoring and you’re unsure of how to resolve the problem speak to Murray Waldron, ENT consultant at Spire Hospital in Washington and snoring specialist at The Snoring Centre in Whitley Bay.

Free Advice

Mini consultations are an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about snoring concerns or any other general Ear, Nose or Throat treatments. They are not a formal out-patient consultation. If you wish to proceed to treatment, a full consultation will be required.

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Come and meet Mr Waldron & the Team

Come and meet Mr Waldron & the Team

FREE 10 minute no obligation discussion with Mr Murray Waldron, consultant ENT surgeon at Spire Hospital in Washington.

  • What is causing your snoring
  • How can you stop snoring
  • Getting a good nights sleep
  • Families who suffer from snorers

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Our Mission

Our aim is to bring together all the latest techniques and technologies to enable the safest , broadest range of all treatments including non invasive and taylor made solutions to treat your snoring for you,your partner and family to have improved sleep and quality of life. We all know how disadvantaged we are after a bad nights sleep – just simply being able to wake up refreshed from a good nights sleep should not be a luxury , it should be the norm.
We have many different treatment options but often the simplest can give the greatest benefits .
Why not make an appointment to see how we can help you .

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Snoring is a common condition which affects at least 30% of the adult population on a regular basis. Snoring it is a potentially serious problem which may have long-term medical and social consequences. Spouses, partners and others in the household can suffer chronic sleep deprivation, leading to fatigue, annoyance, bad moods and marital disharmony. Snorers may be embarrassed to travel on business or holiday for fear of disturbing others with the noise of their snoring. Treating snoring has been shown to improve quality of life and marital harmony.

Don’t suffer from snoring, whether it is you or your partner there is an answer to finally being able to get a good nights rest.

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Treatments for Snoring

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We are a specialist team experienced in finding an effective, suitable and personalised solution with the most non and minimally invasive techniques appropriate for your situation.we offer many techniques that are not available anywhere else in the north. We aim to use effective products whilst keeping an open eye on the most innovative solutions .
Many of our products can be used on a trial basis so that we can see how well your response is to certain treatments.
It also gives you the option of choosing what you feel is more effective or fits with your lifestyle better.
Treatment for: Snoring, Sleep Apnoea, Nasal Problems, Blocked Sinuses.

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Lastest news from The Snoring Centre

ARTP Sleep – Standards of Car...

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One of the primary aims of ARTP Sleep is to promote the highest standards of professional practice.  In this way we contribute to the safety and well-being Read More…

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Patient Reviews

August 1, 2013 | no comments.

The Snoring Centre rated 5 / 5 based on 77 reviews

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CQC Inspection Completed

June 21, 2013 | no comments.

Successful CQC inspection completed to see more.

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Murray will be on BBC Radio 4 at 10...

April 23, 2013 | no comments.

Snoring and sleep apnoea are generally considered to be conditions predominantly affecting men. But research shows that the ratio of male to female snorers is about 2:1 Read More…

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Help for Snoring is here!

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Snoring: Embarrassing Bodies

February 6, 2013 | no comments.

Snoring Many people will have experienced sleeping with a snorer. In fact, some may even have been driven to the point of hovering menacingly over their partner’s Read More…

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No More Snoring

Mrs S – Tyne & Wear

July 31, 2013.

“Happy me, happy wife, happy family”    

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Mrs M C – Newcastle

July 31, 2013.

“After 25 years of my husband snoring I now know what it is like to have a good night’s sleep”  

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Mr R – Durham

July 31, 2013.

“Best decision I ever made”  

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Mr R D:

June 11, 2012.

I’ve been delighted by the treatment I’ve had at The Snoring Centre. I was very impressed with the consultation where they listened carefully to my

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Mr D D:

February 23, 2012.

I had problems with snoring for years. I was snoring so loudly that sometimes my wife could not sleep in the same room as me.

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We want to help you stop snoring

Sometimes we need a little more help that is available to us on the NHS. The Snoring Centre is your answer.

One of the primary aims of ARTP Sleep is to promote the highest standards of professional practice.  In this way we contribute to the safety and well-being of the general public.

Standards of Care Position Statements are set out to specify minimum standards of professional practice regardless of where or by whom services referred to are delivered.  They apply for delivery in primary care, secondary care and in the independent sector.

Position statements are arrived at as the endpoint of discussion, debate and consensus between key stakeholders based on the best available evidence and expert opinion – physiologists, scientists, physicians, representatives of manufacturing companies and distributors working together, for example, within the Sleep Apnoea Consortium.

Standards of Care Position Statements are reviewed at regular intervals.

Standards of Care for Sleep Apnoea Services (Mandibular Repositioning Devices)

This position statement sets basic standards together with a code of conduct that will protect patients and maintain high standards of quality care for MRD services. The Association of Respiratory Technology and Physiology (ARTP) has consulted with the British Society of Dental Sleep Medicine (BSDSM) in the development of these guidelines.

The ARTP Standards of Care for Sleep Apnoea Services (Mandibular Repositioning Devices) is available for download using the link below.