To make an appointment, call 314-362-4342.
Pediatric appointments, call 314-454-4503
The Sleep Medicine Center is staffed by Washington University physicians from the departments of neurology, pulmonary and critical care medicine, otolaryngology/head and neck surgery, and psychology. They have specialized training in sleep medicine and work closely with consultants in cardiology and pediatrics. Advanced, comprehensive testing and treatment technology is utilized by medical specialists to provide patients with the best in diagnostic results.
Signs of sleep disorders
Some sleep disorders can have a devastating impact on your life and may cause serious health effects if not treated properly:
• Habitual loud snoring, especially when associated with pauses or snorting noises
• Frequent brief choking or awakening gasping or shortness or breath
• Awakening with a headache
• Persistent sleepiness when awake or episodes of falling asleep unintentionally
• Ongoing fatigue
• An urge to keep moving legs at bedtime or rhythmic twitching of the legs after falling asleep
• Persistent difficulty falling or staying asleep
• Unusual behaviors during sleep such as sleepwalking
Don’t allow a sleep problem to keep you from feeling your best. For a consultation, call the Sleep Medicine Center at 314-362-4342.
Accredited Member of American Academy of Sleep Medicine
The Sleep Medicine Center became part of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). The AASM provides a gold standard by which other organizations and companies evaluate sleep programs, assuring quality patient care through comprehensive clinical evaluation and treatment.The Sleep Medicine Center is an Accredited Member Center of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for Sleep Medicine Fellowship.