YOUR HEALTH DEMANDS
A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP
Since 1997, McLaren Northern Michigan has successfully treated disorders at The Sleep Center, its state-of-the-art facility in Petoskey.
With the addition of satellite centers in Gaylord and the Helen Newberry Joy Sleep Center, which was accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine in May, 2011, The Sleep Center is poised to bring a better night's sleep to patients throughout all of northern Michigan. Click here to learn more About Us and our locations.
We Stay Up So You Don't Have To
The Sleep Center has recognized the need for diagnosis, a relatively new area of study for researchers. The most experienced and highly qualified doctors and technicians staff the three Sleep Center locations, assisted with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest treatment options.
Do You Have a Sleep Disorder?Our simple quiz will identify if you are suffering from a sleep disorder. This is not to be used for diagnosis or treatment, however it is a guide that will alert you of a possible sleep disorder.
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What to Expect at The Sleep Center?
Most sleep disorders can be effectively treated once they are diagnosed. If you have one or more of the symptoms of a sleep disorder, The Sleep Center can help. Our team of trained professionals will work together to analyze your sleep disorder and recommend a Treatment Plan.
For many sleep problems, an initial interview and a night spent at The Sleep Center is all that is required. It may be the beginning of the path to a good night's sleep. Learn more about Your Overnight Sleep Study including:
- What to bring?
- When you arrive?
- During the Sleep Study?
- After the Sleep Study?
At The Sleep Center, you will sleep in a comfortable private room. The room is specially equipped for monitoring sleep patterns, breathing, brain waves, heart activity, and eye and muscle movements throughout the night.
If you or your children are experiencing any of these symptoms, contact The Sleep Center at 866.7SLEEP2 (866.775.3372). Don't lose one more night of sound sleep. Learn more at Why Choose The Sleep Center?