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Doctors from a variety of medical fields—neurology; pulmonary medicine; ear, nose and throat doctors—all work together to provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering from sleep disorders.
Patients with sleep disorders may be referred to the Sanford Health sleep disorders lab by their family doctor or specialist such as a pulmonologist, neurologist or ear, nose and throat doctor.
Most sleep disorders can be treated effectively once they have been accurately diagnosed. A step-by-step clinical assessment is necessary to determine the diagnosis and treatment plan.
Patients are instructed to check in one hour prior to their bedtime. The sleep study takes approximately seven hours. For most people, sleep studies will not interfere with daytime activities such as work, school or family responsibilities.
Follow-up is a vital component to determine the effectiveness of treatment. After treatment, your doctor may order another sleep test to assess if your sleep has improved.
Most insurance companies will cover the cost of sleep lab studies. However, patients are usually advised to telephone their insurance company to verify payment.
For more information on sleep disorders and the Sanford Sleep Disorder Center, call 701.323.8500.
The Sanford Sleep Disorder Center was recently accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Programs accredited by AASM bring awareness to the importance of sleep and are dedicated to the advancement of sleep medicine.
Sanford Sleep Disorder Center has been performing sleep tests for more than 20 years to help diagnose sleeping disorders including sleep apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia.
Sanford Sleep Disorder Center