Sleep Apnea and Insomnia tend to be the most common disorders our physicians see, but there are over 80 sleep-related disorders that could be negatively affecting your sleep and overall health. Sleep studies (sleep tests) can help diagnose and evaluate sleep-wake disorders.
For patient monitoring during sleep studies, we proudly feature only registered polysomnographic/sleep technologists (RPSGT), registered respiratory therapists (RRT), and certified respiratory therapists (CRT). All clinical staff are certified in CPR.
Board-certified sleep medicine physicians provide consultation services as well as diagnostic testing when appropriate. The medical director of the sleep testing facility reviews all orders and medical history to ensure that each patient’s needs are met.
Sleep disorders are largely chronic conditions that typically require ongoing follow-up and management. After your sleep test, your physician will review the results with you and discuss diagnosis and treatment options tailored to you.
The Northside Hospital Sleep Disorders Center offers a variety diagnostic and treatment services conveniently onsite:
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