A sleep disorder can profoundly disrupt your daily activities and quality of life. Getting a good night’s sleep is also increasingly recognized as important for achieving better overall health and preventing chronic conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, obesity and depression.
If you are one of the 70 million Americans who suffer from bad sleep, you can find help at our Sleep Center. We can evaluate your sleeping patterns in a comfortable, private and relaxing atmosphere, and help you resume a fatigue-free lifestyle.
Our medical professionals are trained to identify and treat common sleep disorders such as insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy and Restless Leg Syndrome, as well as sleep problems as a result of shift work and less common conditions.
If you have questions about your sleep or suspect that your sleep patterns may be disrupting your daily activities and quality of life, please contact us.