Tests used to diagnose sleep disorders by recording brain waves, oxygen levels, heart rate and breathing. Includes (baseline, split-night and
titration studies for adults and children age 3 or older.
This is a polysomnography conducted at home, allowing patients to be more comfortable and in a familiar setting.
A method for treating sleep apnea that blows pressurized air through the airway in order to keep the throat open.
A daytime sleep study using PAP to desensitize patients who have anxiety about starting or difficulty tolerating PAP therapy.
Measures how alert a patient is during the day and if they can stay awake in stimulation-free environments.
A structured counseling program to help identify and replace thoughts and behaviors that cause and worsen sleep problems.
Personalized support on CPAP compliance, including mask fitting and strategies to help cope with CPAP.
This test provides information (through a clip over your finger overnight) to help your doctor diagnose a sleep disorder.