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Our Administrative office will be closed on Monday November 12, 2018. We will reopen the following day at normal office hours.
Sleep Disorders can lead to disruptions in daytime functioning and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Obstructive Sleep Apnea, OSA, Insomnia, Restless Legs Syndrome, and Narcolepsy are a few of the many sleep disorders that can be disabling and lead to other medical problems.
An overnight sleep study, known as a polysomnogram, is necessary to diagnose many sleep disorders. During this procedure a variety of physiological parameters are recorded (breathing patterns, air flow, oxygen levels, eye movements, brain waves, heart rate and rhythm, leg movements, snoring) from electrodes attached to different parts of the body. This data is analyzed and reviewed by sleep specialists, who then make appropriate recommendations to manage the condition. Follow up visits are scheduled as required.
At National Sleep Solutions, we recently celebrated our seventh-teen year anniversary. We are a leading provider of in-center and in-home (HST) sleep studies, PAP therapeutic devices and replacement PAP supplies.
We are contracted with major commercial health plans, government insurances and many medical groups. We partner with independent physicians who are at the forefront of the field of sleep medicine, and together we provide a high-quality, affordable, result-oriented diagnostic and therapeutic sleep medicine services.
We are Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, our Medical Director is Dr. Craig E. Wolff and he is specialized in Pulmonology, Critical Care and is a Diplomat in Sleep Medicine.
National Sleep Solutions is the specialist for the diagnosis and treatment of all sleep disorders in Adults and Children. The most common disorders are Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome, Narcolepsy, Periodic Limb Movement Disorder, Restless Legs Syndrome, and Insomnia and others.
An overnight sleep test, known as a polysomnogram, is necessary to diagnose many sleep disorders. During this procedure a variety of physiological parameters are recorded (breathing patterns, air flow, oxygen levels, eye movements, brain waves, heart rate and rhythm, leg movements, snoring) from electrodes attached to different parts of the body. This data is analyzed and reviewed by sleep specialists, who then make appropriate recommendations to manage the condition. Follow up visits are scheduled as required at our Sleep Disorder Center.
Excellence in Patient Care, ensure that all patient encounters, in clinic and laboratory, address the concerns of patients and referring physicians in an effective, respectful, and satisfying manner. Provide clinical and technical expertise of highest quality.
Ensure that the Sleep Disorders Center is well prepared to diagnose, assess, and treat the full spectrum of sleep, wakefulness, and circadian rhythm disorders. Provide timely access to clinical and laboratory evaluations.Communicate clinic and laboratory findings in a clear and prompt manner to referring clinicians and patients. Provide clear plans for follow-up after every clinic or laboratory encounter.
Although the many thousands of undiagnosed sleep apnea sufferers is a major cause for concern and attention, so too are the many OSA patients that have been diagnosed and are unable to afford the life-changing therapy from a sleep apnea machine. Now, everyone that has experienced the benefits of this lifesaving therapy can help others by joining forces with National Sleep Solutions and our CPAP Assistance Program. The program recycles gently used CPAP machines, masks, hoses, and supplies in order to put them in the hands of those who need therapy but don’t have the means or the insurance coverage to pay for it. Read on to learn about donating your used CPAP machine to someone in need.
CPAP therapy patients who are replacing their gently used sleep apnea machines can now help others breathe easier by donating them to the CAP program. For several months now, NSS and other organizations have been fighting to spread the word about this innovative program so that OSA patients without the financial means can get the assistance and CPAP therapy they need.
Please contact our office at 1-888-884-9493 ext. 706 if you have a CPAP device or supplies that you would like to donate, we have patient's in need!
ROANOKE, AL LOCATION ( ONLY HOME SLEEP TESTS)
COLUMBUS, GA LOCATION (IN-LAB AND HOME SLEEP TESTS)
4 Bradley Park Ct, Suite 3A, Columbus, Georgia 31904, United States
Our Administrative Office Hours at Roanoke, AL:
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment
Our Clinical hours at Columbus:
Monday - Sunday 7pm - 7am
Our Clinical hours at Roanoke
To reach the sleep technician at night please dial 1-888-884-9493 ext. 711
NATIONAL SLEEP SOLUTIONS 2
4441 Hwy 431 Ste. 1A
Roanoke, Alabama 36274
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