Having Trouble Sleeping at Night?
Our doctors can help you sleep soundly and soundlessly through the night.
- Do you snore loudly…or sleep with someone who needs snoring treatment?
- Have you been diagnosed with Sleep Apnea but hate your CPAP?
- Do you sleepwalk?
- Do you know the latest solutions available from your dental provider?
Think you might have sleep apnea?
Answer these few quick questions and we will give you an assessment to help you determine:
Is my sleeping problem life-threatening?
Is my sleeping problem something to be concerned about?
What course of action should I take for my sleeping problem?
Your body and brain rely on sleep to help build and restore your body. Sleeping disruptions like sleep apnea, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, and even a loss of sleep due to your partner’s snoring, disrupt your body’s natural ability to not only keep you healthy, but also to help you get the most out of your waking hours.
Since 1982, the Sleep Disorders Center at PVHC Claremont has offered one of Southern California’s most comprehensive sleep programs, staffed by our multi-disciplinary team of board-certified physicians and medically trained sleep disorders specialists, all dedicated to helping you resolve your sleep issues. Plus, we have team members who are experts in pediatric and adolescent sleep issues as well, offering customized sleep labs for infants and children – the only facility like this within a 50-mile service area.
You’ll find that we offer state-of-the-art testing both in-home and at our sleep center to provide you with the most accurate diagnosis.
Watch to learn more about how our sleep programs have helped our patients.
Sleep solutions are not one-size-fits-all, so we work with you to find the right solution
We understand that everyone’s sleep issues are unique and so are our solutions. Take sleep apnea, for example. For a long time CPAP was the only recognized solution, with an often-awkward breathing device. Today, CPAP is just one of many options, which include a variety of custom-fitted equipment and mouthpieces. And for those of you who have tried CPAP unsuccessfully in the past, today’s equipment is smaller and quieter, offering a wide variety of options to fit your personal needs. No matter what those personal needs are, our staff members will work with you until we have a solution that’s best for you.
Don’t continue to put yourself or loved ones at risk; a solution is available to you.
At the PVHMC Sleep Center, we are ready to help you find the answers to your sleep issues. We encourage you to click through and read more about sleep issues, our staff and our facilities. But more importantly, we encourage you to request an appointment for your initial sleep consultation today, to get to the root cause of your sleep problem.
To get more information on how we can help solve your sleep issues or to schedule an initial consultation, call us at 909-865-9152.