From heavy snoring to daytime fatigue, the effects of sleep problems can disrupt your health, work and relationships. At our Sleep Disorders Centers, our sleep specialists evaluate, diagnose and treat more than 3,500 patients each year for conditions such as:
- Sleep apnea
- Restless leg syndrome
- Pediatric sleep problems
- Sleep-related eating disorders
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Expert physicians at the sleep centers are board certified in pulmonary disease, sleep medicine, neurology, critical care medicine and/or pediatrics. That depth of experience enables each patient to receive a comprehensive evaluation and diagnosis. Other Abington Health specialists, such as otolaryngologists and oral medicine doctors, may be included on the patient’s multidisciplinary team.
Our centers at Abington Memorial Hospital, Lansdale Hospital and four other locations in Montgomery and Bucks counties use the latest technology and treatments to help patients achieve healthful sleep. Services include testing in a sophisticated Sleep Laboratory, home monitoring and CPAP mask fittings for best comfort and results. Overnight or daytime sleep studies, when needed, are conducted in comfortable, private rooms. Appointments are scheduled promptly.
We have one of the few pediatric sleep labs in the Philadelphia region, where children’s sleep disorders receive specialized attention. For overnight testing, parents may stay with children.
To schedule an evaluation with a sleep specialist at the Sleep Disorders Center, call 215-481-2226. To schedule an appointment for sleep testing, call 215-481-EXAM.
Do you have a sleep disorder?
Symptoms include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following:
- Loud snoring
- Interrupted breathing while asleep
- Falling asleep when inactive and at inappropriate times
- Rhythmic limb or body movements when asleep
- Restlessness while sleeping
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Continual awakening during the night
- Sleep terrors or nightmares
- Irregular heartbeat during sleep
- Excessive perspiration during sleep
- Teeth grinding during sleep
- Awakening with a choking feeling or gasping for air
- Headache or confusion upon awakening
- Chronic fatigue or non-restful sleep
- High blood pressure and other cardiac problems
- Anxiety or irritability
- Depression, reduced sense of well-being
- Difficulty learning or concentrating
- Lack of energy and motivation