For over 28 years, Midwest
Sleep Diagnostics has brought comfortable, comprehensive,
state-of-the-art sleep medicine to St. Louis area patients.
Sleep studies are performed in our sleep clinic by certified medical
personnel using the latest technology; all masked in an aesthetically
pleasing and cozy non-hospital environment to provide the comfort of a
home study with the safety, quality and accuracy only laboratory sleep
testing in the sleep center can provide.
We have also brought the major elements of diagnostics and
treatment together. Because of our comprehensive approach,
we are able to provide better, more complete care in less time.
From snoring and sleep apnea to narcolepsy and restless legs syndrome, our
dedicated staff will take the time to address your concerns
and ensure you get the very best care.
- Laboratory Sleep Studies
- Home Sleep Testing (when appropriate)
- Sleep Studies for DOT and FAA Physicals
- Maintenance of Wakefulness Testing (MWT)
- Multiple Sleep Latency Testing (MSLT)
- CPAP and BiPAP Titration Studies
- CPAP and BiPAP Devices and Accessories
Signs to Look For
sleep is an unconscious state, those who suffer from sleep disorders
may not be aware of their problem. Often, those who obtain
testing and treatment do so at the prompting of their bed partner or
doctor. Daytime sleepiness is the most prevalent symptom
indicating a sleep problem. Further investigation by our
experts can help identify which sleep disorders may be affecting you.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Normal vs. Obstructed Airway
Sleep apnea is the second-most common of all sleep
disorders, affecting an estimated 12 million Americans, most of whom
have not been diagnosed. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a
condition where the airway repeatedly collapses or narrows during
sleep, causing oxygen levels to drop and sleep patterns to be
disrupted. Snoring and daytime sleepiness are the most common
symptoms associated with sleep apnea. Other symptoms can
include high blood pressure, anxiety and depression, weight gain,
memory problems, impotency, and headaches. Sleep apnea is a
serious condition that not only affects the quality of life, but
can have surprisingly severe health consequences.
InsuranceSleep studies and treatments are covered benefits for most medical insurances. As a courtesy to our patients we will verify coverage and benefits with your insurance provider prior to testing. If you are interested in finding out what your specific benefits are, give us a call and let our friendly staff check it out for you.
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