Sleep CenterCall 828.315.3863
Led by board-certified doctors and nationally licensed technologists, Frye Regional's accredited Sleep Center board diagnoses and treats sleep problems.
Sleep Problems May Include:
- Restless leg syndrome
- Sleep apnea
Treatments May Include:
- Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
- Oral appliances
Get Started at Frye Regional Sleep Center
Quality Sleep Care
Our Sleep Center is also accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, which demonstrates our commitment to high quality, patient-centered care.
When to Consider a Sleep Study
If you are practicing good sleep hygiene and continue to have sleep problems, it may be time to make an appointment with Frye Regional's Sleep Center.
You may benefit from a sleep study if you experience:
- Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
- Excessive sleepiness during the day
- Falling asleep at inappropriate times
- Pauses in breathing or loud snoring
Home Sleep Studies
Frye Regional Sleep Center now offers home sleep studies for select patients.
- APNEA testing is available
- Quick turnaround time on results
- Sleep studies are available day and night, seven days a week, to accommodate all work schedules
Sleep Studies for the Shift Worker
Within the Sleep Center we perform night time sleep studies with CPAP/BiPAP titrations, oxygen titration, capnography, and nocturnal seizure/REM behavioral disorders with expanded EEG monitoring. We have the capabilities to record very small infants to adults - even severely overweight adults - that are unable to receive sleep studies at other facilities.
For patients that have difficulty with CPAP/BiPAP titrations, we offer a desensitization program that enables patients to come to the center and try different equipment to see what is most comfortable and effective. This enables patients that may have a history of claustrophobia to try CPAP before their scheduled appointment. Multiple Sleep Latency Tests (MSLT) and Maintenance of Wakefulness Tests (MWT) are also offered for patients that have normal sleep studies but continue to complain of excessive daytime somnolence and narcolepsy.