According to the World Sleep Foundation, nearly half of all Americans have difficulty sleeping. The Robinson Sleep Disorders Center helps patients get the rest they need to effectively go about their day.
Services available include four types of sleep studies:
- Polysomnogram: An overnight test that records brain activity, eye movements, heart rate, blood pressure, level of oxygen in the blood, and air movements through the nose and chest.
- PAP/Bilevel Titration Study: A test, performed after a polysomnogram, which utilizes positive airway pressure to determine the proper pressure levels needed for the patient's treatment.
- Multiple Sleep Latency Test: A daytime test to determine how sleepy the patient is. Test monitors for brain activity to determine whether the person falls asleep and what stages of sleep are reached.
- Maintenance of Wakefulness Test: A daytime test that measures a person's ability to stay awake and alert.
Common sleep disorders and treatments options include:
- Sleep apnea
Physicians at the Robinson Sleep Disorders Center are specially trained and have been nationally recognized by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. To find a neurologist who can help with your sleep problem, visit our physician directory.
Robinson Health Center at Streetsboro
9318 State Route 14
Streetsboro, Ohio 44241