Rose Sleep Disorder Center in Denver
The Rose Sleep Disorder Center at Rose Medical Center is dedicated to helping patients in Colorado obtain healthy sleeping habits. Fortunately, most sleep problems can be helped if they are accurately diagnosed and appropriately treated. The Rose Sleep Disorder Center has been successfully diagnosing and treating sleep problems for more than a decade. Our trained sleep medicine specialists work with each patient through evaluations and assessments to determine their specific sleep issues.
Consequences of poor sleep
Sleep is something we often take for granted. But high-quality sleep is very important and poor sleep, either low-quality or too little sleep, can result in some major consequences, including:
- Driving accidents
- Health risks, such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity
- Mood problems, like anger and depression
- Poor work performance
- Relationship problems
Diagnosing sleep disorders
At the Rose Sleep Disorder Center, we evaluate sleep problems and provide sleep monitoring in Rose’s Sleep Lab. Assessment tests may be required to determine the nature of your sleep problem. Sleep testing may include an overnight sleep-monitoring session and a daytime nap evaluation. Sleep monitoring tests are performed in a comfortable bedroom setting within Rose’s Sleep Lab.
After completing the evaluation and tests, an appropriate course of treatment will be recommended. Treatment plans may include:
- Sleep, dietary and/or behavioral counseling
- Medical treatment, including medication, medical devices and even surgery, in some cases
Each patient’s primary care physician will be kept fully informed of the diagnosis and treatment process.
Sleep conditions and disorders we treat
At the Rose Sleep Disorder Center, we treat a full range of sleep problems, including:
- Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
- Nasal polyps
- Periodic limb movement disorder (nocturnal myoclonus)
- Restless leg syndrome (RLS)
- Sleep apnea
We offer advanced treatments for sleep apnea and provide surgical treatment through septoplasty, nasal septum surgery and tonsillectomy. Our sleep experts may also recommend treatment through a CPAP, continuous positive airway pressure.