Beginning May 21, 2014 all CMV drivers must get medical certificates from a certified medical examiner listed on FMCSA’s National Registry.
If you think you may be at risk for sleep apnea or you have been told you need to have a sleep test, we can help. National Sleep Solutions provides sleep testing, treatment and monitor of your compliance. Our program is accepted by the Department of Transportation for you CDL and DOT physical. Call 888-884-9493 for more information or to schedule an appointment with a qualified health professional nearest you.
National Sleep Solutions Provides:
A Certified Medical Examiner Near You
Sleep Testing and Diagnosis of Sleep Apnea
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment
Discount Pricing and Payment Options Customized for the Trucking Industry
Fast Turnaround Time
ALL our Bundles includes a new CPAP Machines!!
For NEW self paid patients and their families and friends:
1.Absolutely all inclusive home sleep test and treatment bundle option for local patients that includes the following!!
Consultation, Home Sleep Test, Physician Review, CPAP Machine, Mask and Tubing a $1594.00 value for ONLY $899.
2. Absolutely all inclusive in lab sleep study bundle for our new patients!!!
includes the following!!
Consultation, In-lab split study, Physician Review, CPAP Machine, Mask and tubing for $2,300.00 value for ONLY $1,070.00.
* Additional Consultations are $50.00
* Call our office for more information on these bundles.
* Methods of payment include cash, Credit card and PayPal.
WEDNESDAY, June 13, 2012 (HealthDay News) -- In younger men, sleep apnea and impotence often go hand in hand. But a small study finds that treating the sleep disorder with a mechanical device can jump-start a guy's sex life.
Erectile dysfunction resolved in 17 of 42 men who used machines that maintain air flow throughout the night. And even those without sexual dysfunction who used the CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) devices reported a boost in sexual performance, the study found.
While earlier studies have produced similar results, this one is especially strong, said Dr. Steven Park, an ear, nose and throat physician and sleep medicine specialist familiar with the new findings....
These are some of the health insurances that we accept.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of GA, Blue Choice Healthcare Plan (HMO) and Blue Choice Option (POS),Blue Open Access HMO and Blue Open Access POS,Blue Choice Preferred Provider Organization (PPO)
Indemnity (PAR) network, Medicare Advantage PPO, Medicare Advantage HMO. Pathway HMO and POS
Humana Military (Tricare)
Humana (All Commercial plans)
Cigna (All Commercial plans)
Veterans (Choice and Preferred)
Medicaid (Wellcare) (Amerigroup Starting Sept 9 2017)
United Healthcare (All Commercial plans)
0% Financing Options using PayPal*
*we are independent from PayPal. Patient must qualify to use this option.
Speaking about your symptoms with your Primary Care Physician or Internist should be helpful and they can then refer you to the Sleep Center. Some of the common symptoms people with sleep disorders describe are daytime sleepiness, fatigue, snoring, waking up gasping for air, breathing difficulties while asleep, shortness of breath at night, insomnia, or nighttime leg restlessness. Such symptoms may indicate the need to see a sleep specialist. You can also contact the sleep center to speak with one of our healthcare providers to determine a need for further evaluation.
You can call the sleep center at 888-884-9493 ext. 706 to schedule an initial appointment with a health care provider. If it is determined you need a sleep study to make a diagnosis this will be scheduled during the visit.
This is a study that is conducted in the Sleep Center lab, performed during the night while you are asleep. You would arrive at the center in the evening and spend the night in the lab. During this process, different body functions are measured during sleep, including brain waves, eye movements, breathing patterns, heart rate and rhythm, oxygen levels in the blood, and leg movements. These are recorded with electrodes attached to the body. The process is painless! Technicians will monitor your sleep for at least 6 hours and gather data. You will be awakened when the test is done, at which time you may go home. The data that is gathered is reviewed by the physician in detail to determine if you have a sleep disorder.
Once we receive information regarding your insurance carrier, we will verify your coverage and will discuss this with you. Depending of your insurance and type of coverage, you may have co-payments for office visits and/or for the sleep study. We offer the best prices in the State of GA and we accept all major credit cards and we offer 0% financing for those who qualify thru PayPal.
4 Bradley Park CT Ste 3A, Columbus GA 31904
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Monday-Sunday 7pm - 7am
by appointment on the evenings