Getting the sleep you need can help improve your health.
If you have problems sleeping, you’re not alone. Approximately 70 million people in the United States suffer from sleep disorders. Left untreated, these can lead to serious health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
We can help you get a good night's sleep and return to a normal, productive life. Our specialists will review your lifestyle and sleep patterns, then create a treatment plan. We have four locations that offer these services, including our two Sleep Centers.
Our Sleep Centers are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. We follow their standards of excellence in helping patients improve their health through better sleep. Our facilities are led by a doctor who is board certified in sleep medicine.
We see patients ages 16 and older for:
- Diagnostic overnight sleep studies
- Evaluation of snoring
- Overnight sleep studies to help correct sleep apnea
- Nap testing
- Daytime alertness testing
- Follow-up care
Common symptoms and sleep-related problems:
- Loud, frequent snoring
- Frequent pauses in breathing during sleep
- Gasping, snorting or choking during sleep
- Not feeling refreshed after waking no matter how much sleep you get
- Waking up with shortness of breath, chest pains, headaches, nasal congestion or a dry throat
- Repeated jerking of the limbs, usually during sleep
- Severe urge to move the legs, especially at night (restless legs syndrome)
- Sleep walking
- Night terrors
- Narcolepsy (extreme sleepiness during the day)
- Agitation and/or confused states during sleep
- Problems related to changing a work shift or adjusting to a day/night schedule
Call 1-206-860-4545 to schedule an appointment or for more information. Fax forms, patient referrals and other documents to 1-206-860-2369.