Provo Sleep Disorders Center - Revere Health
(801) 227-7378 (801) 227-0051
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
3650 North University Avenue #125
Provo, Utah 84604

Sleep Disorders Center Providers

Services

  • Polysomnograms

    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.

  • Home Sleep Studies

    This is a polysomnography conducted at home, allowing patients to be more comfortable and in a familiar setting.

  • Positive Airway Pressure Therapy (PAP)

    A method for treating sleep apnea that blows pressurized air through the airway in order to keep the throat open.

  • PAP Naps

    A daytime sleep study using PAP to desensitize patients who have anxiety about starting or difficulty tolerating PAP therapy.

  • MWT

    Measures how alert a patient is during the day and if they can stay awake in stimulation-free environments.

  • Insomnia Counseling

    A structured counseling program to help identify and replace thoughts and behaviors that cause and worsen sleep problems.

  • Monthly CPAP Support Group

    Personalized support on CPAP compliance, including mask fitting and strategies to help cope with CPAP.

  • Overnight Oximetry

    This test provides information (through a clip over your finger overnight) to help your doctor diagnose a sleep disorder.

Polysomnograms

Home Sleep Studies

Positive Airway Pressure Therapy (PAP)

PAP Naps

MWT

Insomnia Counseling

Monthly CPAP Support Group

Overnight Oximetry

Patient Education

Blog

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