Better Sleep Means Better Health.
If you’re not getting a good night’s sleep, it is most likely affecting every area of your life. There are many possible reasons for sleep deprivation and sleep disruption. St. Luke’s Sleep Center specializes in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders and helping our patients return to restful sleep.
We have helped countless patients feel better and experience improved health and lifestyle through improved sleep. Our patients are amazed how good they feel when they maintain consistent, quality sleep.
Your Sleep. Our Passion.
St. Luke’s Sleep Center provides convenient overnight sleep testing and consultations. We work to quickly schedule your consultation and testing, because our goal is to help you feel better—fast.
Our dedicated staff works closely with you from first consultation, to testing, education, treatment, and continued follow-up. We know how important good sleep is, so we take the time to discuss any sleep problems and treatment options with you.
Going from sleep deprivation and disruption, to consistently good sleep will change your life. We know that improving the quality of your sleep will make a positive difference in your work, relationships and overall health. That’s why we’re so passionate about what we do.
Working with Your Doctor
The Sleep Center at St. Luke’s Hospital provides the evaluation and testing your doctor needs to help diagnose and treat your sleep disorder, including some of these more common disorders:
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
- Restless Legs Syndrome
- Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (Hypersomnia)
- Limb Movement Disorders
- Circadian Rhythm Abnormalities, including shift work disorder
A St. Luke’s doctor who is board certified in sleep disorder medicine directs our Sleep Center. Registered polysomnographic technologists and respiratory therapists lead the staff. The St. Luke’s Sleep Center has been accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine since 1999.
To come to the Sleep Center at St. Luke’s Hospital, you’ll need a referral from your family doctor or specialist. For more information, call 419.897.8490.