Restoring Sleep Quality

Our multidisciplinary team of physicians, Board-certified in sleep medicine, neurology and pulmonology, work together with registered sleep technologists to help our patients achieve restful, restorative sleep. We utilize today’s most advanced technologies to pinpoint the cause of your sleeplessness and develop a plan of care for your individual needs.

While sleep disturbances can be caused by any number of factors and conditions, some of the many common causes of sleep problems include:

Sleep Apnea and Disruptive Snoring


Sleep apnea occurs when the airway at the back of the throat collapses during sleep and the individual stops breathing – this may happen hundreds of times each night. Each time, the attempt to breath wakes the individual up – either partially or completely, resulting in poor quality sleep, daytime sleepiness, fatigue and irritability. Loud snoring is often associated with this condition, which can increase your risk of high blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmias and sudden death during sleep.


Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep. It can be caused by a number of factors including stress, anxiety, depression, lifestyle habits, medications and physical conditions such as chronic pain disorders, cardiac and pulmonary conditions.


This condition involves sleep walking, night terrors or instances when a person acts out his or her dreams during sleep. This condition can be harmful to the person and the bed partner.


This condition is characterized by abnormal daytime sleep episodes. At various times throughout the day, people with narcolepsy experience brief, overwhelming urges to sleep. Sleep episodes – which typically last from a few seconds to several minutes – can occur at any time, and thus frequently prove profoundly disabling. Symptoms may also include the sudden loss of voluntary muscle tone, vivid hallucinations and paralysis at the onset of sleep or upon waking.

Restless Legs Syndrome

This disorder is characterized by tingling, burning or creeping sensations in the legs and an uncontrollable urge to move them for relief. The sensations range in severity from uncomfortable to irritating to painful and can interfere with the ability to fall asleep. Intermittent leg twitching may also interfere with the sleep of a bed partner.