Expert Diagnosis and Care for Sleep Disorders

If you have trouble falling or staying asleep or experience problems with excessive daytime drowsiness, you may suffer from a sleep disorder such as sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movement, parasomnias or nocturnal seizures.

But Augusta University Sleep Center can help.

World-class Care for Sleep Problems in the C.S.R.A.

The area’s oldest, most established facility of its kind and the first to be accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Augusta University Sleep Center treats more patients and performs more sleep studies than any facility in or around Augusta, Ga. It also serves as a training ground for sleep medicine physicians from across the nation. The six-bed center offers: 

  • Full-service, Patient Family Centered Care for everyone from neonatal to geriatric patients, making it one of the few sleep centers in the Southeast to treat pediatric sleep disorders.  

  • A multidisciplinary team of physicians to address the full range of sleep disorders. The team includes three board certified sleep medicine physicians as well as pediatric and adult pulmonologists, neurologists, ENT physicians and dentists, psychologists and other specialists.

  • A full range of sleep studies performed by the largest staff of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists in the area.

  • A comprehensive array of treatments including lifestyle changes, breathing devices such as continuous positive airway pressure (C-PAP) machines, dental sleep medical care and devices, cognitive behavioral therapy, surgery and other therapies.

  • Education and follow-up care and support to increase compliance and improve outcomes.  If your treatment includes a C-PAP machine, we’ll perform a C-PAP Titration Test to customize the machine to your individual needs by finding the most effective setting, make sure you have the right mask and adjusting other parameters for maximum effectiveness.

No wonder physicians throughout Georgia and South Carolina refer their most complex sleep disorder cases to the Center. Why not make the Center your first stop and come directly to a team of skilled specialists?