Helping your little one get a good night’s sleep.
As a parent, you know how important it is for your child to get a good night’s rest. Sleeplessness can affect not only your little one but also the entire family. A lack of sleep can impact every aspect of your child’s life, from their mood and behavior to their appetite and overall health.
Sleep experts focused on the unique needs of kids.
The pediatric sleep experts at our Sleep Center are dedicated to the unique needs of kids with sleeping disorders. Specialists work with pulmonologists and primary care pediatricians to make a sleep plan that fits your child’s needs.
There are lots of reasons your child may not be getting restful sleep. Sleep habits and diet can affect sleep, as can certain health conditions. Respiratory disorders are common causes of sleeplessness in children. Behavioral health issues like anxiety can also contribute to sleeplessness. Other health issues that affect sleep include obesity, Down syndrome, seizure disorders, and cystic fibrosis. We have the expertise to treat the underlying cause of your child’s sleeplessness, as well as their sleep symptoms.
A variety of pediatric specialists work together to deliver compassionate, customized care for infants, children, and teens. Our team includes experts in:
- Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat)
- Respiratory therapy
Comprehensive Pediatric Sleep Care
Our pediatric sleep specialists treat:
- Chronic lung disease
- Circadian rhythm disorder
- Movement disorders (periodic limb movement disorder and restless legs syndrome)
- Night terrors
- Sleep-disordered breathing (sleep apnea)
Our services include:
- Overnight sleep studies (polysomnography)
- Care coordination between multispecialty clinics
- Noninvasive ventilation therapies, including CPAP and BiPAP
- Support and education for families
Why Choose Us for Your Child’s Sleep Care
We are uniquely qualified to diagnose and treat the full spectrum of pediatric sleep disorders. Our state-of-the-art sleep lab is tailored to the needs of children and families.
The Sleep Center features an observation room and four private bedrooms – each with equipment that allows for a complete array of sleep testing. Bedrooms have a home-like setting, with semi-private bathrooms and child-friendly amenities. Each bedroom also has a sleeper bed for parents to help alleviate any separation anxiety that children and parents may have – making testing less stressful.