Sleep Health Services

Our highly experienced physicians and staff provide a variety of specialized services to diagnose and treat sleeping disorders. Services include:

Daytime Sleepiness & Shift-Work Sleep Disorders

Testing includes a multiple sleep latency test for nap studies to measure severity of sleepiness.

Comprehensive Sleep Studies

A comprehensive sleep study will be conducted when a major sleep disorder is suspected in children, adolescents and adults.

CPAP Education & Assistance

We provide training on the use of a nasal CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure), mask fitting, evaluation of claustrophobia concerns, and desensitization for individuals with obstructive or central sleep apnea.

Behavioral Therapy Assessment

A licensed social worker will work with you to identify any thoughts and behaviors that may be contributing to your poor sleep

Home Sleep Testing

With proper direction, it is possible to conduct a sleep test at home, and our staff can guide you through the process.

Insomnia Program

Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep for an adequate length of time. This common complaint that can affect you mentally and physically. As part of the Allegiance Sleep Health Center’s Insomnia Program, a cognitive behavioral therapist assesses and treats insomnia symptoms. The therapist will complete a behavioral assessment and work with you to address thoughts and behaviors that contribute to poor sleep.

All patients receive a sleep-focused medical examination. If a major sleep disorder is suspected, a sleep study will be recommended.

Here are some frequently asked questions about the Insomnia Program.

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