Learn about Sleep Disorders & Treatments

My Patient Page

To request an appointment, see date and time of upcoming appointments and manage your personal information.

Take Our Sleep Quiz

Do you think you have a sleep disorder? Are you getting enough rest? Are you overly tired?

Sleep Tips

There are many things you can do at night and during the day to encourage healthier, more restful sleep

Patient Forms

Download new patient information and forms to help you save time.

American Academy of Sleep Medicine

The only professional society dedicated exclusively to the medical specialty of sleep medicine.

American Sleep Association

A national organization focused on improving public awareness about sleep disorders and sleep health.

American Sleep Apnea Association

Promoting awareness of sleep apnea, working for continuing improvements in treatments and advocacy for the interests of sleep apnea patients.

Narcolepsy Network

National patient support organization providing education, advocacy and awareness for individuals with narcolepsy.

National Sleep Foundations

Dedicated to improving sleep health and safety through education, public awareness and advocacy.

Restless Leg Syndrome Foundation

Increasing awareness, improving treatments and finding a cure for RLS.

Sleep Education

Education on sleep for children and teens, from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs sleep disorder treatment?

A person may want to consider sleep disorder treatment if they have suffered from one or more of the following:

  • Snoring
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Daytime fatigue, morning headaches
  • Difficulty falling asleep at night
  • Difficulty waking up in the morning

When should I visit a doctor for a sleep problem?

If you have trouble maintaining a normal pattern of sleep and symptoms are interfering with daily activities, it's time to visit a sleep specialist

What are some of the consequences of sleep disorders if left untreated?

Anxiety, depression, fatigue, memory loss, hypertension, cardiac disease, stroke, traffic accidents