Mary Washington Sleep Medicine
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Philips CPAP/BiPAP Recall
1101 Sam Perry Blvd.
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
Monday–Thursday: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
540.741.7846 to schedule an appointment. Click or tap the virtual visits button to
learn more about telephone and video visits.
Your most healthy, happy, and fulfilling life begins with a great night’s sleep.
Could any of these statements apply to you?
- I usually wake up tired because I toss and turn most nights.
- I have trouble falling asleep, then wish I could sleep all day.
- I often fall asleep before bedtime, while reading or watching TV.
- I work a night shift and have trouble sleeping during the day.
- My snoring keeps my partner or spouse awake.
- My dentist says I grind my teeth.
- I have trouble staying awake at work.
- I wish I could take more naps.
- I’ve caught myself nodding off while driving.
If you answered “yes” to one or more, you may have a sleep
disorder. We’re here to help you get the rest you need. We want
you to regain your vitality and live the long and healthy life you deserve.
Good Sleep is Your Basic Right
Every human being needs food, clothing, shelter — and good sleep.
But if you’re like most people, your life is hectic. It’s
easy to say…
“I can’t afford the luxury of a full night’s sleep every
night. I try to catch up by sleeping late on weekends.”
But sleep doesn’t work that way. Quality sleep
every night helps you wake up
every day ready to face your work and family responsibilities with high energy,
a sense of well-being, and less stress.
It’s a win-win—and it’s a victory for you.
You Are Not Alone
Sleep disorders are more common than you might think.
Among adults and children, 25-30% have problems sleeping that can lead
to injury, disability, chronic illness, and worse.
You’ve probably heard of “sleep apnea.” It’s a
breathing disorder that causes snoring and frequent sleep interruptions.
More than 15% of the population has some form of apnea. It’s a leading
cause of daytime sleepiness, high blood pressure, and mental impairment.
Left untreated, it increases your risk for heart attack, stroke, atrial
fibrillation, diabetes, congestive heart failure, and death.
Drowsy driving is a result of sleep deprivation that often makes tragic
headlines. Drivers who fall asleep at the wheel cause more than 100,000
accidents a year.
But these problems don’t have to exist.
Sleep disorders can be effectively managed — or cured — with
proper diagnosis and treatment.
Let Us Help You
At Sleep Medicine you’ll meet our experienced, board-certified physicians
who know how to efficiently diagnose and treat the full range of sleep
Our staff is trained to provide discreet, compassionate care and ensure
that your experience is comfortable.
Our testing facilities are clean, casual, and make you feel right at home
so your sleep studies will go smoothly.
If you have a chronic sleep condition, we’ll help you manage it long-term
through regular follow-up. We’ll work with your primary care physician,
cardiologist, neuropsychologist, ENT, dentist, specialists, and other
related healthcare providers to coordinate your comprehensive action plan.
We want to help you get the sleep you need so you can live your life to
- Sleep Apnea
- Sleepiness and Fatigue
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Sleep Walking
- Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
Procedures and Diagnostics
- Polysomnogram (sleep study)
- CPAP / Bilevel PAP / ASV (positive airway pressure)
- MSLT (mean sleep latency test)
- MWT (mean wakefulness test)
- HST (Home Sleep Study)
We partner with Mary Washington Healthcare Sleep and Wake Disorder Centers
with approval from your insurance carrier.