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Sleep & Wake Disorders

The Sleep & Wake Disorders Center in partnership with Mary Washington Sleep Medicine provides comprehensive sleep care for all sleep disorders. We strive to be the best provider of diagnosis of and treatment for sleep disorders for our community and our practice partners.

We have two convenient locations. Both locations have a comfortable, home-like environment. Rooms have been designed like a hotel room, and are equipped with a full-size bed, flat-screen TV with DVD player, and private bathroom.

Where We Are Located

Depending on capacity and the sleep study required, you will be scheduled to arrive at one of our two facilities. Select your location for address, phone number, and driving directions.

    What We Offer

    Sleep studies are available for children and adults. We ask that an adult remains with any patient who is a minor throughout the study.

    • Polysomnography (sleep study)
    • Home Sleep Testing (HST)
    • Split Polysomnography
    • Bilevel/Bilevel ST/ASV testing
    • MWT (Maintenance of Wakefulness Test) to determine patient’s ability to stay awake on the job after an adequate night’s sleep
    • MSLT (Multiple Sleep Latency Test) to diagnose narcolepsy or idiopathic hypersomnia
    • CPAP Titration (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)
    • Pediatric sleep studies (pre- and post-tonsillectomy testing)
    • Inspire Sleep Apnea Implant sleep study

    What we treat

    Mary Washington Sleep & Wake Disorders Center treats patients with symptoms for all sleep disorders including:

    • Difficulty falling or staying asleep
    • Daytime drowsiness
    • Drowsy driving
    • Snoring
    • Breathing interruptions (sleep apnea)
    • Sleep walking
    • Restless legs
    • Restless sleep
    • Feeling unrefreshed after an adequate amount of sleep
    • Morning headaches
    • Frequent urination at night
    • Night sweats
    • Hyperactivity/ADHD in pediatric patients

    Meet Our Specialists

    Our board-certified sleep medicine physicians from Mary Washington Sleep Medicine interpret your sleep studies and perform follow-up visits, if needed. Our Sleep and Wake Disorders Centers have state licensed and registered polysomnography technicians (RPSGTs) to ensure the best and most expert care for our patients.

      How to schedule a sleep study

      Sleep studies can only be obtained with a physician’s order. If you suspect that you have a sleep disorder, please discuss your concerns with your physician. Your physician will fax a prescription for the sleep study and office notes to 540.741.7832. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment once we receive this information.

      Patient Documents

      Patient Preparation Instructions for Sleep Study
      Please review the patient preparation instructions for your sleep study prior to your visit.

      Sleep Questionnaire
      Please complete a Patient History and Sleep Questionnaire prior to your visit.

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