We can diagnose nearly 250 known sleep disorders. The first step is a night in our sleep lab. Before you drift off, we attach painless monitors to your body. While you sleep, a sleep specialist observes various characteristics of your sleep – heart rhythm, brain waves and muscle activity, body position, breathing and oxygen levels. We use this data to formulate your diagnosis. In some cases, we might need further testing.
If your sleep study confirms a sleep disorder, our experienced staff tailors a treatment plan just for you. If you need positive airway pressure therapy (CPAP), respiratory therapists provide follow-up care to help with equipment and ongoing treatment.
Our support group, called AWAKE (Alert, Well and Keeping Energetic) meets every month to offer patients, family members and friends education and support.
Thursdays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.