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Just like us, kids have a lot to do, and they need plenty of quality sleep to keep up. When your child isn’t getting a good night’s rest, every area of their life is affected, from how they learn to even how they grow.

Our specialized sleep team helps you get to the bottom of your child’s sleep challenges, giving them the care they need to grow and thrive.

Common Sleep Conditions Treated

Several symptoms can point to a sleep disorder in your child. Some are physical, like snoring, pauses in breathing and choking during sleep. Others are behavioral, like hyperactivity, irritability and depression.

At Atrium Health Levine Children’s Sleep Medicine, we care for a variety of conditions affecting sleep, including:

  • Sleep apnea
  • Hypersomnia, or excessive sleepiness
  • Insomnia, or difficulty falling and staying asleep
  • Narcolepsy, or daytime drowsiness
  • Night terrors
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Sleepwalking
  • Waking up many times during the night

Why Choose Levine Children’s Sleep Medicine?

  • Full care team, connected to specialty and primary care services
  • Access to sleep studies at multiple locations
  • Backed by Levine Children’s Hospital, named one of the best by U.S. News & World Report

Child-Focused Sleep Evaluation and Treatments

Once we understand what’s affecting your child’s sleep, we’re able to recommend long-term solutions that help them sleep better, both now and as they grow up.

Treatment looks different for every child. These are just a few ways we might help improve your child’s sleep:

  • Sleep studies (see below for more information)
  • Surgery, when necessary
  • Medication
  • CPAP machine (continuous positive airway pressure), to stimulate normal breathing
  • Behavior modification therapy
  • Healthy weight management

What Happens During a Sleep Study?

Performed in one of our pediatric sleep labs, a sleep study (polysomnogram) is an overnight test that more closely examines your child’s sleeping patterns. Every aspect of how your child sleeps can be tracked, including their brain waves, heartbeat, movement, breathing and oxygen levels. Though there might be a lot of sensors, rest assured they’re all painless – in fact, most kids sleep well, even with the equipment on.

Though pediatric sleep studies are similar to adult sleep studies, we always treat kids like kids. With our family-friendly environment, kid-sized equipment and age-appropriate care, we make sure your child’s stay is as comfortable as possible. To help your child feel at home, we encourage parents and caregivers to spend the night as well and to bring their child’s favorite bedtime books, pajamas and toys.

After the study, our pediatric sleep specialist analyzes the data, giving us a better understanding of your child’s condition so we can develop the right treatment plan for them.

See how you can prepare your child for a sleep study at Levine Children's Sleep Medicine.

Your Child’s Sleep Team

Our specialized sleep team takes a hands-on approach to make sure your child gets the best treatment possible. Members of this team include pediatric sleep specialists, sleep technologists, respiratory therapists, nurses and more, all working as one to help your child get quality sleep.

But too often, sleep disorders only tell part of the story, and your child’s sleep care team is also closely connected to other Levine Children’s specialists. This can include neurologists, pulmonologists and behavioral health experts, as well as ear, nose and throat surgeons, all working together to give your child the restful night’s sleep they deserve.

Get to know your child's sleep specialist at Levine Children's Sleep Medicine.

Info for New Patients

Are you new to Levine Children’s Sleep Medicine? Thank you for trusting us with your child’s care! To help the first visit go as smoothly as possible, please fill out the forms that best apply to you in advance:

Once you’ve filled the forms out, remember to bring them to the first visit so we can go over them and discuss next steps.

Levine Children’s Sleep Medicine Location

Levine Children’s Sleep Medicine (SouthPark)
4501 Cameron Valley Parkway, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28211
Phone: 704-381-6255