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Trust the Sleep Experts

NNA offers comprehensive sleep medicine services including diagnosis and management of sleep disorders. These services are provided by board-certified sleep-specialist physicians who are dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, narcolepsy and other sleep disorders.

Referring physicians receive timely reports which are critical to initiating treatment or further study. Our sleep physicians not only interpret sleep study results, they also are available for consults with referring physicians and patients.

Several of our satellite offices have sleep labs located in them for the convenience of patients. Therapist consultations are available onsite to assist and instruct patients with the use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy for obstructive sleep apnea.

Sleep Therapy

Symptoms: Do You or Any of Your Family Members Experience Any of the Following?

Who Needs a Sleep Study?

We study patients with varying age and health backgrounds including, but not limited to:

Common Sleep Disorders

Delayed Sleep Phase – Falling asleep and waking up later than desired.

Insomnia – Inability to fall and/or remain asleep.

Narcolepsy – Frequent and uncontrollable desire for sleep, especially during waking hours.

Periodic Movements of Sleep – Muscle spasms that cause repeated, involuntary leg and arm twitching during sleep.

Restless Leg Syndrome – Extreme restlessness caused by unceasing itching or crawling sensations in the limbs while awake.

Sleep Apnea – Breathing stops for a short period of time, often resulting in loud snoring, waking up frequently, and excessive daytime sleepiness.

Use the Sleep Apnea Test to rate your symptoms.

Sleep Walking - Performing complex tasks, including walking, sitting and talking without full consciousness.

Snoring - Vibrations of the soft palate caused by partial airway obstruction.

Work Shift Change Syndrome - Impaired concentration and inability to perform on the job because of abnormal sleeping patterns.

Tips for a Restful Night's Sleep...

At some point in their life, many people will have trouble sleeping. If you often feel tired, discuss your concerns with one of our sleep physicians. Many patients have found these tips helpful:


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