Do you have symptoms of a sleep disorder?
Common sleep disorders are characterized by regular, long-term trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, snoring, irregular breathing, difficulty concentrating, morning headaches, or high blood pressure.
If you suspect any of these symptoms, you should see your primary care physician. He or she may refer you to us for a sleep study, and may also refer you to a sleep medicine physician.
What we do
This clinical program is staffed by board-certified sleep medicine physicians and registered sleep technologists. A registered sleep technologist monitors you during your sleep study. The physicians then review, read, and interpret your study.
The program offers overnight sleep monitoring, daytime sleep studies for night shift workers, and treatment for patients with sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and other sleep disorders. The department is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Call for Appointments: 734-593-6170