Our board-certified sleep medicine experts specialize in the assessment of respiratory and non-respiratory sleep disorders in adults and children.

Some sleep disorders are caused by other medical or psychological conditions. This is why our experts work closely with physicians in other specialties, including neurology, cardiology, endocrinology, psychiatry, otolaryngology, bariatric surgery, primary care and critical care. By working in multidisciplinary teams, we are able to effectively treat sleep disorders and the conditions that cause them.

  • Chronic insomnia

  • Circadian rhythm disorders

  • Idiopathic hypersomnia

  • Narcolepsy

  • Parasomnias

  • Periodic limb movement disorder

  • Restless legs syndrome

  • Sleep apnea

  • Sleep disorders in children and teens

  • Snoring

Sleep Disorder Diagnosis

Our Sleep Disorders Center provides inpatient and outpatient sleep consultations. Our specialists also perform diagnostic testing seven days a week. We offer:

  • Actigraphy, a method of recording movement for the assessment and study of sleep/wake patterns
  • Adult and pediatric sleep studies (polysomnograms)
  • Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT)

  • Nap studies/Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)
  • Sleep logs

Full Range of Treatment Options

We offer a number of noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments, including behavioral therapy for chronic insomnia and therapeutic treatments for narcolepsy, insomnia and restless legs syndrome.

Treatments for Sleep Apnea

Positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy is a highly effective treatment method offered to sleep apnea patients seen in the Sleep Disorders Center. With this method, the patient wears a nasal mask, nasal pillows, or a full-face mask that is attached to a PAP device. While the patient sleeps, a device uses pressurized air to prevent the airway from narrowing or collapsing.

There are several PAP therapy delivery methods, including:

  • Continuous PAP (CPAP), for treatment of sleep apnea and snoring
  • Bi-level PAP, which can increase the depth of breath in addition to keeping the upper airway open

  • Adaptive servo-ventilation, which constantly adjusts pressure according to changes in the patient's breathing

Sleep apnea patients who cannot tolerate PAP therapy may be referred to an ear, nose and throat surgeon to be evaluated for upper airway surgery. We also work closely with our nationally renowned bariatric surgery team to treat sleep apnea in obese patients.

In some cases, we offer positional therapy for sleep apnea treatment. We may also consult with outside dental experts to provide a mandibular advancement device (MAD) or other oral devices used to treat sleep apnea.

Our Locations

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