Full-Service Sleep Facility
Advanced Sleep Diagnostics of Michigan is more than a sleep laboratory. It is a full-service facility with the resources to provide our patients with extensive care, including:
- A comprehensive visit with a Sleep Specialist to determine and select the appropriate diagnostic testing
- Patient consultations with our qualified doctors to review clinical history, physical examination results and diagnostic findings, constructing an effective individualized treatment plan
Continued Patient Care
Patients continue to meet with our specialists and physicians after diagnosis and treatment for follow up and care.
Innovative Treatment Programs
The all-inclusive nature of our facility, our staff expertise and specialized treatment programs increase our success in treating sleep disorders. Some of the treatment programs available through Sleep Diagnostics of Michigan are:
- Medication Therapy
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- Sleep Apnea
- Restless legs syndrome
- Periodic limb movements
- Sleep Walking
- Abnormal dream behavior
Out of Center Testing (Home Sleep Testing)
We continue to be a leader in full service medical services for Sleep Disorders, and we are excited to announce that we now have a Home Sleep Testing program.
Home sleep testing is not recommended for everyone.
Are You Eligible?
- You are between 18 and 65 years of age. Home sleep tests are not recommended for children or older adults.
- You have a high risk of moderate-to-severe sleep apnea. Your risk for sleep apnea can only be determined by a complete sleep evaluation. Key risk factors include loud and frequent snoring, daytime sleepiness, obesity, and witnessed pauses in breathing during sleep.
- You have no other major medical problems. Other medical problems can affect the results of a home sleep test, including lung disease, neuromuscular disease, and congestive heart failure.
- You have no other sleep disorders. Other sleep disorders also can affect the results of a home sleep test. During your evaluation the sleep specialist will determine if you show signs of having another sleep disorder. Examples include central sleep apnea, periodic limb movements, insomnia, parasomnias, circadian rhythm sleep disorders, and narcolepsy
If you snore and experience fatigue throughout the day chances are you have sleep apnea. If you have a BMI greater than 30 and a neck size of 17 or bigger, chances are you have sleep apnea. This is not something to ignore. Sleep apnea is a known link to several other major health problems like diabetes and heart failure. If you let it go untreated you are on a path to poor health. Every one knows that sleep is vital to our existence and ability to live a productive abundant life. Call us for more information about our program. 877 595 1090.
AD/HD in Children
Our doctors specialize in exploring the relationship between common sleep disorders and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Treatment program offered at our facility that is unique to the state of Michigan
- Sleep Apnea (moderate to severe)
Free CPAP Clinic
- Registered Respiratory Therapists assist patients with fitting their CPAP devices
- Technicians available at clinic 24 hours a day, seven days a week to best meet the needs of patients. Just call 1-877-595-1090 to make an appointment
Quarterly CPAP Support Groups
- Guest speakers come in, share information and answer questions about Sleep Apnea
- Technicians available to provide patients with extra support and care
Department of Transportation Program
This innovative program is geared toward improving the well-being of commercial drivers within the transportation industry. Our experienced sleep technicians perform on-site workplace screenings and provide recommendations for sleep apnea treatment. Our focus is to promote important health and safety issues specific to drivers and their employers.
- Sleep Apnea (mild to moderate)
- CPAP failure
- CPAP without strap
Surgical Intervention/Weight Loss Program
- Referrals for appropriate treatment are available when needed
When combined with other clinical data, pulse oximetry recording can help identify those patients who are unlikely to have Obstructive Sleep Apnea before they are referred for unneeded polysomnographic studies.