Following the initial consultation, a diagnostic sleep study may be scheduled. The data collected during the sleep study is then interpreted by the Sleep Center Physician to determine what treatment is necessary. A second night called a treatment night may be prescribed depending on the results of your diagnostic study. You may also be asked to stay during the day for naps in order to assess your daytime sleepiness.
Overnight sleep studies (called a polysomnogram) take place in comfortable, private patient bedrooms similar to a bedroom at home or a hotel room and are monitored by polysomnograhic technologists. A detailed sleep evaluation is compiled, discussed with you at the center, and sent to your primary care physician with a recommended treatment plan. Our professional staff members always do everything possible to make you feel relaxed and comfortable.
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