Welcome to Drexel Sleep Medicine
The Drexel Sleep Center will close the Manayunk location on May 31, 2017. On Monday, June 5, 2017, the office was relocated to our other Center City office at 219 N. Broad Street, 9th Floor. Sleep studies will be conducted at the Hahnemann Sleep Center in Association with Drexel Medicine, located at Hahnemann University Hospital, 230 N. Broad Street, 14th Floor, South Tower. Appointments with a sleep specialist can be made by calling 215.762.2688 or 215.482.0899.
We've all been there—eyes heavy, muscles drained. We all know what it feels like to be flat-out exhausted. Whether we had an active day or simply didn't get enough sleep, fatigue tends to creep into our day from time to time. In those cases, when we're genuinely tired, it's normal to succumb to the weights tugging on our eyelids. However, if you find yourself constantly on the verge of dozing off, to the point where it affects your productivity and health, it might be due to a sleep disorder.
More than 60 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome and narcolepsy. These disorders disrupt normal sleep patterns and can dramatically impact a person's quality of life. If left untreated, disorders like sleep apnea can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, memory problems, weight gain and headaches. But fortunately, most sleep disorders are treatable once they're diagnosed. And that's where the Drexel Sleep Medicine can help.
Drexel Sleep Medicine offers diagnostic services to evaluate sleep patterns. Through our board-certified sleep medicine specialists and licensed support staff, a range of diagnostic services and personalized treatments are available. Testing for sleep disorders may include the monitoring of breathing, brain wave activity and muscle activity during the sleep cycle. On-site sleep study facilities are available.
Drexel Sleep Medicine Services
At Drexel Sleep Medicine we evaluate, diagnose and treat sleeping disorders. Our team of sleep medicine specialists will address your questions and concerns, helping you identify whether or not you have a sleep disorder and determining the best course of action for treating it.
Our staff includes a Drexel neurologist who specializes in treating diseases and disorders of the brain, nervous system, and spinal cord, which in many cases are associated with sleeping problems. This multidisciplinary approach to sleep medicine allows Drexel Sleep Medicine to effectively diagnose and manage sleep disorders.
Drexel Sleep Medicine services include:
- Comprehensive evaluation
- Sleep disorder treatments
- Advanced diagnostic testing
- Personalized patient health plans
In the Media
Researchers Find Best Amount Of Rest In World's Largest Sleep Study
October 10, 2018
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