Sleep Studies & Support
Get the rest you need to be at your best
A coffee addiction might be one reason for your sleepless nights and sleepy afternoons. But other causes, like breathing disruptions, muscle spasms or even mixed-up brain signals, are beyond your control.
The good news is that most sleep disorders are easy to diagnose and treat – all you need to do is talk to your doctor or make a call to the Crozer-Keystone Sleep Centers.
In-Lab Sleep Studies
The fancy name for the most common type of sleep study is polysomnography, and it’s the gold standard in testing for sleep disorders. It might sound intimidating, but the process is actually low-key and painless.
Home Sleep Studies
If your doctor is recommending testing for sleep apnea, be sure to ask your Crozer-Keystone sleep technician if you qualify for our new at-home sleep study.
Pediatric Sleep Studies
Using the latest technology and drawing from the most current research in the field, the Pediatric Sleep Center at Crozer-Chester Medical Center provides specialized care to patients and their families.
Sleep Disorders Education & Support
If you’ve been diagnosed with a sleep disorder, don’t miss the free Sleep Support Group offered by the Crozer-Keystone Sleep Centers.
Sleep Center Locations & Directions
If you’re scheduled for an in-lab sleep study at a Crozer-Keystone Sleep Center, be sure to note these special instructions for after-hours parking and building entrance.
Are you ready to put your sleep problems to rest?
If you think you may have a sleep disorder, call the Crozer-Keystone Sleep Centers at 1-888-SLEEP-03 (1-888-753-3703) or use our easy online request form – our sleep technicians are available 24 hours a day.