Sleep Services at Methodist Hospital
Our overnight diagnostic center helps identify what causes your sleep disorder. Whether it is sleep apnea or other causes of restless sleep, we believe everything is better with a good night's sleep.
Many people suffer from daytime sleepiness, poor concentration, memory loss or irritability. If these problems sound familiar to you, you may have a sleep disorder.
Methodist Hospital's Sleep Center offers the very latest diagnosis and treatment for sleep-related disorders.
More than 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder. Problems sleeping can affect your health and may be symptoms of other illnesses.
If you have problems sleeping, talk with your doctor about a referral to the Methodist Sleep Center. Specialists at the Methodist Hospital Sleep Center can help determine the cause and help you go back to getting a good night's sleep.
Accredited Sleep Center
Highest national standards for safety and quality
The Methodist Hospital Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and The Joint Commission for the highest national standards in safety and quality of care.
Sleep technologists work under the supervision of physicians who specialize in sleep disorder medicine and in consultation with specialists in the areas of neurology, pulmonology, cardiology, psychiatry and otolaryngology (treatment of ear, nose and throat disorders).
The Sleep Center can diagnose and treat sleep disorders including:
- Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
- Sleep Apnea
What happens in a sleep test?
To receive a diagnosis and treatment recommendation for a sleep disorder, patients come to the Methodist Hospital Sleep Center for an overnight stay. During your stay, sleep recordings are performed in a comfortable, home-like setting.
Throughout the night, a sleep technologist monitors testing progress from an adjoining control room and is available to respond to the patient's needs during the testing process.
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