Ready for a sleep study? Or want to know more before you schedule one? Here is everything you need to know.
Schedule A Consultation
When you begin your relationship with American Sleep Medicine, LLC, you will first have a Consultation with one of our Physicians Board Certified in Sleep.
At your Consultation, our physician will talk with you about your sleep issues. At the end of the Consultation our physician will discuss the best Plan of Care for you and answer any questions you may have. Depending on your symptoms and the Plan of Care our physician discusses with you, you may need to schedule a follow up appointment or a sleep study.
Scheduling A Study
As a result of your consultation, our physician may order an overnight sleep study. We will schedule the study for a time that is convenient for you. If you have not already done so, complete the New Patient Paperwork and review What to Expect which will tell you how to prepare for your study.
Study Is Complete
Once the study is complete and the doctor has had a chance to look over it, the physician or our Clinical Care Coordinator will be calling you to go over the results and discuss the next steps in your plan of care.
Your results will then be hand-delivered to your referring physician the next day. Depending on the results of your study, your plan of care may include a prescription for therapy, which we will help coordinate or arrange for you.
We will be there to support you in your journey toward achieving restorative sleep. Follow-up visits will be scheduled with our physician as needed but at least once annually to evaluate and adjust your plan of care if necessary. Contact us anytime you have questions or concerns. We are here to support you every step of the way.
Start Living a Fuller, Healthier Life
By having your sleep disorder diagnosed and treated, you’ll finally begin enjoying a fuller life. Here are some of the ways you’ll enjoy more health, happiness and productivity:
- Experience better moods
- Enjoy better alertness, concentration, and ability to remember
- Reduce your risk of accidents
- Reduce risk of serious medical conditions
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