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OUR SLEEP CENTER IS EQUIPPED to provide a full spectrum of diagnostic studies to evaluate snoring and sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs, and other sleep disorders.

Studies Performed At The Center:

Polysomnography (PSG) – An overnight sleep study in which sleep stages and breathing are monitored.
CPAP/Bi-level Titration – A flow of positive-pressure air through a mask to splint the airway open for sleep apnea treatment.

Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) – An objective test to evaluate sleepiness and will also be used to measure the results of your treatment.sleeptst

Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT) – An objective test used to document that a sleep/breathing treatment is effective.

Overnight Pulse Oximetry Study – Overnight study that monitors oxygen levels (SaO2) and pulse. This is often used as a screening tool for possible sleep related breathing disorders. This test is done by one of our many Medical Equipment companies that we work with.

At Home Study - NYX Sleep Centers is dedicated to patient care and your well being. We are your total sleep apnea solution, offering screening, evaluation, testing, treatment, and long-term compliance management with major manufacturers. Our at Home Sleep Test can be mailed to your home or picked up in our office with personal instructions.

Interpretation of Sleep Studies- the diagnostic information is then interpreted by one of our physicians board certified in Sleep Medicine.

Follow-up – Referring Physicians receive a prompt and comprehensive sleep study including treatment options and recommendations. Our staff will ensure your treatment is effective through extensive follow-up and contact.

Sleep Treatments:

CPAP Therapy - Continuous Positive Airway Pressure - involves the wearing of a mask over the nose or
mouth during sleep. Air pressure is applied to the upper airway, preventing it from collapsing during sleep. CPAP Therapy is the most reliable treatment for sleep apnea.

Oral Appliances - that reposition the lower jaw and the tongue are also helpful to some with mild to moderate sleep apnea.

Surgeries - to increase the size of the airwaysleep_big include removal of adenoids and tonsils, nasals polyps and other growths, or other tissue in the airway and correction of structural deformities.

Life-style Changes - are an important part of a treatment program and includes weight loss, cease usage of alcohol and sleeping pills, and change of sleeping patterns.

Positional Therapy - the use of positional pillows or special garments to keep you from lying on your back may help reduce the severity of sleep apnea.

If you are diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and need to use CPAP mask or an oral device, we will work with you, your physician and local equipment providers to coordinate your service.