The Sleep Center of Bucks County is considered one of the leading sleep centers in the region. With the most stringent quality standards in the industry, we take all needed measures to ensure your total ease and peace of mind throughout the process. Our doctors believe that properly treating sleeping disorders is key to a healthy lifestyle.
Sleep Services Offered:
- CPAP/BPAP Titration
- Home Sleep Test
- Multiple Sleep Latency Test
- Maintenance of Wakefulness Test
- Mask Clinic
- Mask Desensitization
- Bariatric Patients – We work closely with local bariatric centers to ensure expedited perioperative care.
- Department of Transportation Patients – We perform the necessary medical care and follow up required to maintain the CDL license.
For more information on sleep disorders, feel free to read some of our FAQ’s below, or call us anytime at our Newtown, PA office, (215) 579-2197.
- How do I get referred to the Sleep Center?
- Do I have to take a day off from work or school for a sleep study?
- Will my insurance cover a sleep study?
- What are some common sleep disorders?
How do I get referred to the Sleep Center?
Consultations with the Sleep Center’s medical staff can be arranged by calling the Sleep Center directly however you will need a referral from your primary care physician
Do I have to take a day off from work or school for a sleep study?
Because this testing is usually performed at night, most patients do not need to miss a day of work or school.
Will my insurance cover a sleep study?
Sleep testing is covered by most insurances including Medicare. Although our staff will always verify coverage ahead of time, patients should also check with their insurance company.
What are some common sleep disorders?
- Sleep Apnea– Disruptions in breathing such as snoring, gasping for air, or pauses in breathing during sleep.
- Narcolepsy– Episodes of excessive daytime sleepiness, often associated with involuntary napping.
- Insomnia– Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
- Parasomnia- Sleepwalking or other unusual body movements during sleep.
- Restless Leg Syndrome – An urge to move the legs in the evening.