RWJ Physician Enterprise Sleep Center

Our Sleep Center, an accredited member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, has been providing sleep disorder services to the community for over two decades. We know that for the nearly 40 percent of Americans who suffer from a chronic sleep disorder that restful sleep would be a dream come true. Chronic sleep problems can affect daily life, health, wellness and longevity. In fact, long-term effects show that sleep disorders have serious health risks associated with them, including hypertension, diabetes, heart attack, stroke, obesity and depression.

Common Sleep Problems

  • Snoring
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Narcolepsy
  • Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
  • Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep
  • Sleep Walking
  • Nightmares
  • Bruxism
  • Irregular Sleep-Wake Patterns

Our board-certified sleep specialist physicians provide a full-range of sleep studies and treatment options for patients suffering from sleep disorders, with a specialized focus on patients who have or are at risk for heart and/or lung disease. We will work with you to find the root of your sleep problems and find the treatment that best suits your lifestyle. Our sleep center is equipped with the latest in monitoring equipment and we offer a full-range of services to evaluate, diagnose and manage sleep-related disorders.

If you answer YES to any of these questions, you may have a sleep problem:

  1. Do you fall asleep at unusual times?
  2. Do you snore or wake up gasping?
  3. Do you wake up with a headache?
  4. Do you wake up with a sore throat?
  5. Do you wake up tired?
  6. Do you feel sleepy while driving?
  7. Is your collar size > 16.5 inches?
  8. Have you gained weight (BMI >30)?
  9. Do you have high blood pressure?
  10. Do you have heart disease?
  11. Have you had a stroke?

If you answer yes to 1 or more, you may benefit from our sleep services.

Specialized Sleep Services


Meet with one of our specialists to discuss your sleep problem(s) and next steps.

Compliance Monitoring and Follow-up

For patients with obstructive sleep apnea, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is one of the main treatments. We are able to monitor a patient’s progress, check for therapeutic compliance, and prescribe changes if needed, by viewing the CPAP statistics.

Polysomnography (PSG)

A type of sleep study that is conducted overnight in a sleep facility. Sensors are placed on the body to measure different bodily functions, such as breathing, blood oxygen saturation, respiratory effort, body positioning, and brain activity. Sleep technicians monitor the patient throughout the night.

Home Sleep Test (HST)

A type of sleep study that is conducted overnight at a patient’s home with the use of a portable sleep device that measures different bodily functions, but is not as detailed as a PSG. After the device is worn, it is brought back to the sleep specialist to read and interpret the results.

Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Nap

A daytime study for patients who are going to begin PAP therapy, but are anxious about starting the therapy, have claustrophobia, or are having difficulty with the PAP therapy for their sleep disorder. The sleep technicians will work directly with the patient to help them relax and become more comfortable with PAP therapy.

For more information or to schedule a consultation:

593 Cranbury Road East Brunswick, NJ 08816

RWJ Physician Enterprise Sleep Center