Pediatric sleep medicine in Nashville, Tennessee
It is easy to tell when your child is not sleeping well. What is not so easy is determining whether or not there is a medical reason at the root of it. At The Sleep Disorders Center, our compassionate sleep specialists are equipped to diagnose and treat conditions that may be keeping your child up.
To learn more about our the services we offer at The Sleep Disorders Center, please call (615) 342-1657.
Pediatric sleep center
We offer a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric sleep disorders. The Sleep Disorders Center is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and has been providing quality sleep care for more than 30 years.
Additionally, our team of board-certified sleep specialists are pediatric-trained and experienced in meeting the unique needs of children. We offer night studies and day studies for the assessment of all sleep issues.
Diagnosing child sleep disorders
Whether your child has insomnia or night terrors, sleeping problems may be the root of other troubles, such as poor behavior at home, inability to socialize with friends or lack of focus and attention at school. If your child is experiencing any of the following conditions, they may benefit from a sleep study:
- Academic problems
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD)/attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Behavioral issues
- Inability to initiate or maintain sleep
- Large tonsils and/or adenoids
- Night terrors
- Poor growth
- Prolonged enuresis (bed wetting)
- Sleep walking
- Uncontrolled nightmares
Pediatric sleep study at our hospital in Nashville
Our center is designed to help patients feel as comfortable as possible during their sleep evaluation. We offer private patient rooms and a quiet environment to give your child a stress-free setting for a comfortable stay.
Our experienced team uses state-of-the-art equipment to monitor your child’s sleep. They work closely with our sleep specialists to provide thorough medical assessments and identify the source of sleep-related problems.
What to expect at the Sleep Disorders Center
When you first enter the Sleep Disorders Center, you will check in with our receptionist. After you check in, we will guide you and your child to your private room where you will stay for the duration of the sleep study.
Each room has its own restroom with a shower, closet space, adjustable lighting, television and desk. Parents may sleep in the same room as their child. We also offer guest rooms for parents if desired.
Once your child is ready for bed, we will connect them to a monitoring device. This captures your child's heartbeat and breathing patterns. We also record video using discrete cameras to capture your child's movements throughout the night. Sleep specialists analyze the data and video footage to diagnose the condition.
Getting to your appointment
Complementary patient parking is conveniently located behind the Sleep Disorders Center off of State Street. We are located at the following address:
2222 State St.
Nashville, TN 37203
Sleep disorders at TriStar Health
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