Our board-certified sleep physicians will discuss any sleep complaints you may have and determine a course of action to get you back to restful sleep again.
There are more than 80 recognized sleep disorders, so we use sleep studies to diagnose which may be affecting your sleep. For overnight sleep studies, you’ll come to our Comprehensive Sleep Center in the evening, and we’ll help you get settled in one of our six private bedrooms, where you’ll sleep until morning.
We’ll track your sleep, breathing, snoring, and leg movements during the night. We also offer a portable sleep study that you can complete at home.
Treatments for Sleep Disorders
Some of the many treatments we offer include:
- Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP): CPAP is a common treatment for sleep apnea, a disorder that pauses your breathing at times while you sleep. You wear a small mask over your nose and mouth while sleeping that gently blows air into the back of your throat to keep your airway open. We will help fit your CPAP so it’s comfortable for you.
- Oral appliance therapy: We use this treatment to address some cases of snoring and sleep apnea. The oral appliance is similar to a sports mouth guard or an orthodontic retainer, but you wear it during sleep. It keeps the jaw in a forward position so your airway remains open through the night.