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Sleep Disorders Care
Sleep disorders can have a profound impact on your quality of life – causing decreased job performance, high blood pressure and other cardiovascular conditions, including: memory loss, depression and excessive sleepiness during the day. Fortunately, sleep disorders can be treated effectively by the highly skilled staff at the RMC Sleep Disorders Center conveniently located at the Tyler Center on the main campus of RMC.
RMC’s Sleep Disorders Center, which is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, offers patients the following comprehensive and convenient services:
- Central location for all sleep-related care
- Reduced waiting time for evaluation, study, and treatment of sleep disorders
- One-on-one patient education and desensitization to CPAP (when indicated)
- Convenient scheduling – one simple call at (256) 235-5077
- Wellness environment for sleep patients
There are two easy ways you can be evaluated and treated at RMC’s Sleep Disorders Center.
During the initial office consultation, one of our board-certified sleep specialists will review your medical records and ask you to provide a sleep history and a description of your problem. To discover what issues are occurring during sleep, we may ask you to undergo sleep testing in our sleep center or at home. Upon completion, our physician will review the results with you and discuss diagnosis and treatment options. We offer a variety of treatment for sleep disorders and work with each patient to customize a solution that should work best for them.
Your provider may refer you to have a consultation by one of our sleep physicians in which your experience would be just like that of a self referral. In this case, your physician would directly refer you to us for a particular sleep study. Afterwards, you will follow-up and seek treatment with our sleep specialists. Your results will also be shared with your physician.