As a full-service sleep center, we offer both attended and unattended sleep and titration studies which are interpreted by our board-certified sleep physicians. Additionally, our patients can obtain all their treatment devices including PAP Therapy devices and supplies from us.
An overnight attended sleep study measuring brain waves, heart rate and rhythm, breathing rate, blood oxygen level, eye movements, snoring, leg movements, and jaw or chin movements. It is used to help detect a variety of sleep disorders. It is most often used to determine if a patient has a sleep related breathing disorder such as sleep apnea.
An overnight attended sleep study performed to determine the optimal pressure needed for a CPAP device used in the treatment of sleep apnea.
An overnight study which starts as a PSG study and then continues to a titration study.
An overnight attended sleep study performed to determine the optimal pressure for treatment of OSA or Central Sleep Apnea using Bi-Level PAP titration.
An attended daytime study used to assess the degree of daytime sleepiness and patterns of sleep. This test is mainly used to find out if a patient is suffering from narcolepsy. It charts how quickly a patient falls asleep during quiet daytime situations, and how fast the patient enters the stage of REM sleep.
An attended daytime study performed to evaluate treatment effectiveness in patients suffering from excessive daytime sleepiness by measuring how alert a patient is during the day and whether or not the patient is able to stay awake for a defined period of time.
An overnight home sleep test used to diagnose sleep apnea. Our award-winning home sleep test device is small, convenient and simple to use. A home sleep test is as reliable as an in-lab sleep test and is covered by most insurance companies including Medicare. Due to some medical conditions, a home sleep test may not be appropriate for all patients.
Patients diagnosed with sleep apnea can receive their treatment devices and replacement supplies at our Center. The “gold standard” and most common treatment for obstructive sleep apnea is a PAP device like the CPAP, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or the newer APAP, Automatic Positive Airway Pressure. Both APAP and CPAP deliver air pressure that holds the airway open and prevents obstruction by the tongue or soft palate. We provide our patients with the APAP device which automatically adjusts the air pressure each night to maximize sleep quality and resolve obstructive apneas. We continue to monitor our patients’ compliance with treatment on a nightly basis to ensure their success. We provide our patients and their physicians with compliance progress reports on quarterly or on “as needed” basis, and offer replacement parts and supplies.