Kelsey-Seybold Sleep Center
Kelsey-Seybold created an innovative 5,700-square-foot Sleep Center to help people of all ages who are suffering from sleep disorders, including insomnia, sleep-related breathing disorders, narcolepsy, involuntary limb movements, and others.
Unhealthy sleep and lack of sleep are linked to heart disease, depression, obesity, and lower life expectancy. An estimated 70 million people suffer from chronic, severe sleep disorders in the United States.
With expert observation and treatment, individuals can help improve their overall quality of life through better sleep. Our services include:
- Sleep studies (day and night)
- Home sleep screening
- Prolonged EEG monitoring
A Comfortable Sleep Environment
Accurately identifying the unique signs of a sleep disorder is the first step to getting the treatment needed for attaining proper states of rest.
The Kelsey-Seybold Sleep Center is designed for patient comfort as well as sleep observation and analysis. Here, patients undergo sleep studies in a comfortable atmosphere featuring home-like amenities that allow patients to rest while technicians and doctors discretely monitor sleep patterns for diagnosis and treatment.
Continuity of Care
Because of our unique model of continuous care, patients can undergo a sleep study and have their report reviewed by a physician immediately. The study’s data is instantaneously sent to their doctor.
Our physicians are board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine with additional certifications in Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine. Kelsey-Seybold physicians set the guidelines and directly supervise and manage the sleep studies.
Other specialists on our team include neurologists, pulmonologists, and otolaryngologists working together with our patients’ primary care physicians to help diagnose and resolve sleep disorders through quality observation and care.
The Gold Standard of Sleep Medicine
Kelsey-Seybold’s Sleep Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine for in-center and out-of-center sleep testing. The AASM accreditation is the gold standard by which the medical community and the public evaluate sleep medicine services. The Standards for Accreditation ensure that sleep medicine providers display and maintain proficiency in areas such as testing procedures and policies, patient safety and follow-up, and physician and staff training.
To learn more about sleep disorders and sleep disease management, visit SleepEducation.org, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s patient education website.
f you or someone you love is believed to have a sleep disorder, please discuss the symptoms with your primary care physician to determine if a sleep study or screening is necessary.
At Kelsey-Seybold Sleep Center, we’re prepared to give you the assistance and support needed to help improve your rest and quality of life. For more information, call 713-442-8700.