Sleep Disorders

Everyone occasionally suffers a poor night’s sleep. But if your sleeping difficulties have become chronic, you may have a sleep disorder.

Whether you suffer from insomnia, narcolepsy or sleep apnea, we have a range of treatments. Our patients often experience rapid and significant relief, resulting in a whole new outlook on life.

Assessing quality of sleep

Accurate diagnosis of sleep problems begins with a complete evaluation of physical, emotional and mental factors. Sleep diaries, sleep studies at home or in a lab and other tests help determine the best treatment for you.



Sleep problems can take many forms. Maybe you get too little sleep – or too much. The quality of your sleep may leave you tired, less alert, even unsafe. Fifty to 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders and intermittent sleep problems – problems that can significantly diminish health, alertness and safety.

That's why we offer treatment for common sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Although some sleep disorders are not curable, most are treatable.


Depending on your problem, we may perform a preliminary sleep study to develop an accurate diagnosis. At a follow-up consultation, we discuss your test results, address any further necessary testing and recommend effective treatment options. And, we send all your test records to your primary care physician.

Treatments may include:

  • Changes in sleep habits, schedules and conditions
  • Dental devices
  • Exercise programs
  • Medication (over-the-counter and/or prescription)
  • Modifications of consumption habits, such as eating, drinking alcohol and smoking
  • Stress management
  • Weight-loss programs
  • Non-surgical airway pressure
  • Surgical restructuring of airway


Goshen Sleep Disorders Center lab is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

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2067 Dorchester Ct
Goshen, IN 46526

Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday by appointment only
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Talk to your primary care provider if you suspect you have a sleep disorder or give us a call.

(574) 537-8530