More than 50 million Americans suffer from sleeping problems sometime during their lives. Almost one-third of those who suffer from sleep disorders have trouble falling or staying asleep. Some people struggle with excessive sleep, while others have more serious, sleep-related problems such as apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia, periodic limb movements and seasonal affective disorder.
Sleep is an active state, essential for physical and mental restoration. Lack of sleep can impair our ability to perform basic daily activities such as driving and routine on-the-job tasks. And it can have a longer-term impact on physical and mental health.
At Spectrum Health Medical Group, we do more than just test for sleep disorders. Our qualified physicians provide ongoing assessment, treatment and monitoring for sleep disorders, developing and nurturing a caring relationship with each patient.
Spectrum Health Medical Group physicians do not require a physician referral to be seen in our sleep clinics (unless your insurance requires it).
We provide care to children and adults over the age of 15.
- Polysomnagram - sleep cycle recordings
- CPAP titration sleep study - for obstructive sleep apnea
- MLST (multiple sleep latency test) - measures the speed of falling asleep
- Maintenance of wakefulness test (MWT) for commercial drivers and FAA licenses
For more information or to make an appointment, visit our list of sleep medicine specialists. For driving directions, view our map of locations.