Sleep medecine consultation sleep lab testing

CONSULTATION & FOLLOW UP

Home of the 5-Step Program for Snoring & Sleep Apnea™! 

  1. Evaluation – We get background history and discuss the problem
  2. Testing – We perform some form of testing to confirm the diagnosis
  3. Choose Your Treatment – Treatment options are presented
  4. Start Treatment – You start treatment, even before completing the 5 Steps!
  5. Follow up on Results – We provide follow up to ensure you’re getting results!

Home of the 5-Step Program for Insomnia™!

  1. Evaluation – We get background history and discuss the problem
  2. Testing – We perform some form of testing to confirm the diagnosis
  3. Choose Your Treatment – Treatment options are presented
  4. Start Treatment – You start treatment, even before completing the 5 Steps!
  5. Follow up on Results – We provide follow up to ensure you’re getting results!

Consultation and Follow Up

Sleep problems can lead to a litany of other health problems, including high blood pressure, heart disease, depression, anxiety disorder, decreased libido in women, erectile dysfunction in men, and obesity. If you or someone you know is experiencing sleep problems, call us now. Or, you can fill out our brief Client Inquiry form, and someone from our office will contact you shortly.

The great thing about Snoring and Sleep Disorders is that they are readily treatable, as long as the right type of treatment is used. Treatment decisions are best made in consultation with an experienced Sleep Health Physician Team, who understand the various problems and can discuss the specific treatment options that are best for your situation.

Our Sleep Health Physician Team will perform a detailed sleep history and examination, and we review testing options with you. Our Team will also review your test results and the specific treatment options with you.

If you are being referred by your doctor, your doctor may prefer to review your results and treatment options with you. In this case, you may come to us for testing only. Further consultation and treatment planning may occur in your doctor’s office. Ultimately, the choice is yours.

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