The Sleep Center
At Northwest Medical Center, we understand the seriousness of a sleep disorder and how it can affect your life. Our Sleep Disorders Center provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluations to patients with symptoms such as Sleep Apnea, Narcolepsy, Myoclonus & Restless Legs Syndrome and Insomnia. In addition, we provide a highly trained staff, physicians and, the newest technology dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
Today, in the United States alone, the number of people who suffer from sleep disorders are staggering:
- 50 million Americans suffer from insomnia
- 20 million Americans experience leg movements during the night that cause them to awaken
- 10 million Americans experience loud snoring and breathing pauses during their sleep
- 250,000 Americans suffer from narcolepsy
How Can the Sleep Disorders Center Help?
The specialists here at Northwest Medical Center Sleep Disorders Center are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders and can help you sleep better at night, which is vital to your well-being. Since most people spend approximately one-third of their lives sleeping, it is easy to see the correlation between the quality of your sleep and the quality of your life.
The two-bedroom Sleep Disorders Center is complete with state-of-the-art computerized data acquisition and diagnostic equipment. Each room includes a queen-sized bed, color, remote-controlled cable television with a VCR and a private bath/shower.
Since most health insurance providers cover the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, the Northwest Medical Center Sleep Disorders Center can help you improve the quality of your life by giving you back peaceful nights.
When was the last time you slept for a whole 8 hours and woke up refreshed and ready to take on the day? If you don’t remember when, it’s time to stop counting those sheep and get help at Northwest Medical Center. Our Sleep Disorders Center is staffed with physicians credentialed in Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine—in addition to their primary specialty board certifications in Neurology and Pulmonary Medicine.
The sleep disorders we treat include: