Sleep CenterCall 276-236-1756
Helping people have better nights and healthier lives.
More than 100 million Americans do not regularly get a good night's sleep. 40 million of these people suffer from sleep disorders. Many of them don't even recognize their symptoms as indicators of inadequate sleep. In response we are proud to announce we are adding this much needed service to our region.
Our sleep center is fully equipped to educate, diagnose and treat sleep disorders. Sleep studies are useful in uncovering hidden health issues such as: Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Narcolepsy, Periodic Limb Movements, Restless Leg Syndrome, REM Behavior Disorder, Sleepwalking and Other Disturbances.
Common symptoms of sleep disorders are:
- Repetitive Leg Movements
- Frequent Awakenings
- Restless, Unrefreshed Sleep
- Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
- Falling Asleep Uncontrollably
- Morning Headaches
- Irritability, Mood Swings
- Memory Loss
- Impotence or Loss of Libido
How to Get Help
Your family physician can refer you to the Sleep Disorders Lab for sleep testing or for a consultation with a physician who is a sleep specialist with training in sleep disorders. The physician can diagnose sleep disorders as well as prescribe a treatment plan.
Although patients do "spend the night", a sleep study is considered an outpatient procedure. Patients will be asked to follow their normal sleep schedules and are monitored for six to eight hours in a private "bedroom." A trained sleep technician will record and score sleep with state-of-the-art sleep equipment. A physician specializing in sleep disorders interprets studies.
Please check with your primary insurance carrier for the specific coverage information. The Sleep Center is available to assist you with any questions you or your insurance carrier may have.
If you or someone you know suffers from a sleep disorder, please call The Sleep Center at 276.236.1756 for more information.
Fax: 276-644-0485 (fax)