A sleep study requires one or more nights of sleeping in the Center, and is a continuous overnight recording that is used to identify different stages of sleep; these recordings show measurements that classify various sleep problems.
Our private rooms are designed with your comfort in mind. We have six bedrooms with queen size beds and flat screen tvs. All sleep-related activity is monitored for a complete evaluation. The sleep study is not painful, just a new experience and one that lets us understand your sleep. A sleep technician will apply sensors to the head, face, chest, stomach and legs. State-of-the-art equipment will monitor eye movements, breathing, blood oxygen levels, heart rate and muscle activity during sleep. The referring physician will receive a complete sleep report that defines and diagnoses the problem and includes a recommended treatment plan.
Treatment options for sleep disorders may include CPAP, Bi-PAP, medications, surgical options, oral appliances, sleep hygiene changes or weight loss.
For more information, please contact us at 334-528-2404.