Step 1

Sleep studies are painless and designed to encourage easy, normal sleep. When you arrive for your sleep study, a sleep technologist will carefully prepare you for the study and attach probes to measure your breathing rate, oxygen levels, heart rhythm, brain waves, and the movements of your eyes, chin and legs while you sleep. The volume of your snoring will also be measured.

Before going to sleep you will also be fitted with a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) mask. Should the study reveal that you have sleep apnea, our technologist will wake you to test your sleep while wearing the CPAP and to determine the best airway pressure needed to manage your condition.


Step 2


Step 3

A physician will review your sleep study results and determine a treatment plan for you. When a CPAP or BiPAP is prescribed, one of our PAP specialists will assist you in finding the best equipment for your needs.


Whitney Sleep is contracted with over 200 insurance providers and we are constantly adding more. If you are in one of the states that we provide services to, we are more than likely contracted with your insurance provider. If you would like to find out if your provider is in network with us, give us a call to confirm. In the event that your provider is out of network, we can discuss our competitive self-pay rates.