SLEEP MEDICINE

Studies show that 50-70 million Americans have some kind of sleep disorder, and 38% report falling asleep during the day. Additionally, according to the National Sleep Foundation, nearly 70% of children under 10-years-old experience some type of sleep problem. If you think you or your child might have a sleep disorder, take the quiz below.

ADULT & PEDIATRIC SLEEP STUDIES

A sleep study is a non-invasive, painless evaluation of a person's sleep, and is often recommended by physicians to identify sleep disorders. We do sleep studies for adults and children, and our sleep lab facility is designed with the most advanced technology and highest level of comfort in mind. 

ADULT SLEEP CONSULTATION

We do consultations, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for:

  • Snoring

  • Insomnia

  • Sleep apnea

  • Hypersomnia

  • Shift Work Sleep Disorder

  • Sleep Walking

  • Restless Leg syndrome

  • Parasomnias

  • REM disorders

  • Narcolepsy

  • Problems with CPAP

  • And more

PEDIATRIC SLEEP CONSULTATION

We do consultations, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for:

  • Sleep apnea

  • Insomnia

  • Sleep walking

  • Bed wetting

  • Sleep terrors

  • Falling asleep at odd times

  • Sleep onset association disorders

  • Narcolepsy

  • Seizures during sleep

  • Problems with limit-setting

  • And more

SLEEP TRAINING & COUNSELING

We provide infant and child sleep consulting. We work with you to provide assistance and direction throughout the sleep training process with your baby or toddler. Whether you need help finding an age-appropriate sleep schedule, or would like your child to sleep through the night, we can help your entire family get the sleep you deserve. Services are available nationwide. We do consultations at our office, as well as tele-consults online via video conferencing.

HOME SLEEP STUDY

If you think that you may be suffering from sleep apnea, a Home Sleep Study is a convenient way to test for this condition in the comfort of your own home. We'll provide all of the equipment necessary and walk you through the process of setting it up.

1) Pick up device from office

2) Take test at home​

3) Come in to discuss results

CPAP DESENSITIZATION

Breathing with a CPAP machine is different than breathing on your own and may take some time to adjust to. If you are having difficulty getting used to Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) treatment, or the mask or air pressure is making you feel claustrophobic or anxious, we offer CPAP therapy to optimize your treatment.​​

MEET OUR PROVIDERS

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GARY FELDMAN, MD

Medical Director

Pediatric Sleep Specialist

Developmental Pediatrician

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ROBERT LEBBY, MD, FAASM, FCCP

Adult Sleep Specialist

Pulmonologist