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Atrium Health offers the largest comprehensive sleep medicine program in the greater Charlotte, NC, region.

Sleep Medicine Program overview:

  • 14 sleep testing locations throughout the Carolinas
  • 25 years of regional comprehensive sleep care
  • 25 board-certified sleep specialists to serve the region
  • All Atrium Health Sleep laboratories are nationally accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Our personalized treatment options include:

  • In-laboratory
  • Home sleep apnea testing
  • PAP therapy
  • Oral appliance, upper airway surgical and bariatric referrals

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive sleep apnea is a significant sleep disorder in which breathing stops and restarts during sleep, reducing sleep quality. Common symptoms of this disorder include loud snoring and daytime sleepiness. Obstructive sleep apnea is caused by intermittent relaxation of throat muscles, blocking your airway during sleep.

Anyone can develop obstructive sleep apnea. OSA is most common in middle-aged or older adults and people who are overweight. Even younger and thin people can have this disorder.

Find out if you're at risk for sleep apnea - take our quiz.

To learn more about sleep apnea, watch this video.

How can you get a better night's sleep? Call Atrium Health's Sleep Medicine at 877-275-3373 to schedule an appointment.

What is a sleep study?

There are two primary types of sleep studies: In-laboratory sleep studies and home sleep studies.

In-laboratory studies

  • In-laboratory studies means spending a full night in a sleep laboratory from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., in what looks like a hotel room. Electrodes are put on your skin, head, face and body by a technologist who monitors your sleep and breathing during the night.
  • In-laboratory studies are done to help for diagnose and treat different sleep disorders.

Home sleep studies

  • A home sleep study is another type of a sleep study.
  • Home sleep studies are used to diagnose or rule out obstructive sleep apnea.
  • Home sleep studies are not the best test for all patients. Not all insurance carriers will cover the cost of this study.
  • Your sleep medicine doctor can help you decide which sleep study is best for you.

Having a home sleep test tonight?

This brief video can walk you through the process of applying the home sleep testing device.

We offer two home sleep testing devices: the WatchPAT and the Night One.

Home Sleep Medical Equipment

Our team of sleep experts provide home sleep equipment and services for patients with sleep apnea, including CPAP/Bi-Level machines, a large variety of masks, PAP accessories, phone support, and one-on-one education.

From diagnosis to ongoing monitoring, we offer the following medical equipment and services:

  • A Fully-Integrated PAP Provider - Receive medical equipment from the same people who provide your care.
  • Expert Guidance - Ensure long-term success with advice from our staff on how to adjust your PAP machine to meet your needs. In addition, we can even monitor your equipment remotely.
  • Easy Reorder - Supplies can be shipped directly to your house or picked up in person. If there is an issue with one of our masks, we’ll replace it for free.
  • Convenient Care - Find us in a neighborhood near you.
  • Flexible Payment - Have a high-deductible plan? Consider our payment plan. Not filing with insurance? We offer a low-price self-pay option.

If you have obstructive sleep apnea and are using a CPAP or BiPAP machine, we offer personalized counseling and education, ongoing clinical support and follow-up visits to make sure you are sleeping better.

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