Avi Weisfogel has much of his time spent seeking sleep solutions for his patients. When he is not at work, Avi Weisfogel follows the New York Rangers team of hockey players as part of his leisure time. For this year, the hockey team has planned a mega-host for the youth hockey camp. This field will see their smaller fans train and get mentored by the professionals.
The Youth Hockey Rangers Camp is part of the Go Skate Program which was launched to have children educated. For this reason, they wanted to develop a mentored future for the children whose interest is playing football. For every year, this program combines its efforts to support more than 10,000 children from all walks of life.
The coming 2016 youth camp is a two week-long opportunity to have the children trained as international hockey players. Children between 7 and 14 years old will participate in these training sessions. July and August will see the training sessions occur at a very developed stage. The team’s official training facility will be the playground for the children. Therefore, all are welcomed to match this effort. As a matter of fact, the camp for this year will also engage the children and the hockey alumni. The children will also have the rare opportunity to meet with the pioneers.
Since 2014, he has served as the owner and co-founder of the Dental Sleep Masters (DSM) program. This is one of the only companies in the United States that develops sleep-related cures to their patients in Dentistry. This company has its main aim to help the dental healthcare professionals gain professional experience to serve the people with dignity. Dr. Avi Weisfogel, while he manages the business, has stayed active in this industry as a diplomat of the Dental Sleep Medicine American Academy.
The Dental Medicine American Academy has been in operation for over 25 years with the main aim of improving sleep apnea treatment methods for patients. In 2013, the company had its membership multiplied tenfold. In 2016, the organization held the 25th-birthday meeting at the Denver Hotel in Colorado. All members were asked to attend