It’s more than a good night’s sleep.
Sleep disorders go beyond just a restful night’s sleep. Get treated today to potentially reduce your chance of heart attack or stroke.
Latest Technology & Home-Like Atmosphere
Summit Pacific Health Clinic Sleep Center is dedicated solely to the study and cure of sleep disorders. We address your needs and concerns, which means prompt scheduling of appointments, comfortable atmosphere during studies and prompt evaluation and delivery of your results.
Evaluate Your Sleep
Read the statements below. If you answer “Yes” to four or more, you may benefit from a Sleep Disorders Consult with us.
- I feel sleep during the day, even when getting a good night’s sleep
- I get very irritable when I can’t sleep
- I often wake up at night and have trouble falling back asleep
- It usually takes me a long time to fall asleep
- I often wake up very early and can’t fall back asleep
- I usually feel achy and stiff when I wake up in the morning
- I often seem to wake up because of dreams
- I sometimes wake up gasping for air
- My partner says my snoring keeps them from sleeping
- I have fallen asleep driving
Experts in Sleep Disorders
We have extensive experience in treating sleep disorders. During the initial consult with one of our sleep medicine specialist, you will discuss the physical and emotional factors that could be affecting your sleep. It will help decide whether a sleep study will be needed.
Take a Tour
You are welcome to take a tour of our facility and see our master bedroom suites where the sleep studies are conducted.
You will find that our suites are comfortable and private – similar to a hotel room.
All bedrooms offer cable TV and a bathroom. A refrigerator and microwave oven are available. All of these amenities are part of our overall patient-oriented environment, designed to reduce stress often associated with medical tests.
Did you know?
Fact: There are over 84 known sleep disorders.
Symptoms like interrupted breathing while asleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, loud snoring, non-refreshing sleep, legs cramps, chronic fatigue and problems adjusting to shift work are indicative of sleep disorders.
Sleep disorders play a major role in high blood pressure, heart disease and poor control of diabetes.
Poor work performance and strained family relationships are often the outcome of untreated sleep disorders.
Sleep disorders are associated with weight gain and often hinder weight loss.
About one-third of attention-deficit disorders (ADD/ADHD) are the consequences of sleep disorders.
Talk to your Primary Care Provider about a referral to our sleep center.