The Oklahoma Sleep Institute was established to provide comprehensive care to patients who are experiencing sleep problems. Our facilities offer complete evaluation and treatment of all types of sleep disorders. We are experienced in treating sleep disorders in both adults and children. Our goal is to help you get a good night’s sleep.
Our centers are staffed by a specially trained team led by board–certified sleep physicians. Registered sleep technologists, respiratory therapists, and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARNP) work together to provide you with the most accurate diagnosis and individualized treatment plan possible.
Our state–of–the–art facility provides the ideal environment for your sleep study in private and comfortable hotel–like sleep rooms. The latest digital diagnostic technology with specially customized software is employed to ensure the highest quality of sleep evaluation to treat a full range of sleep disorders.
We routinely see patients for a variety of sleep disorders including Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, Insomnia, Narcolepsy, Shift Work Problems, Parasomnias, Restless Leg Syndrome, and Periodic Limb Movements.
Treatment options of sleep disorders may include CPAP, Bi–PAP, medications, surgical options, sleep hygiene changes and weight loss.
A simple noninvasive overnight visit for a sleep study can uncover potentially dangerous sleep disorders and can lead to treatment that can change a person’s life. If you suspect you may have a sleep disorder, ask your primary care provider to make a referral, or you may call us directly to schedule an appointment.
If you are not getting the quantity and quality of sleep you need, the Oklahoma Sleep Institute can help! Contact us if you have questions or comments.
Clinical Trials and Medical Research
Oklahoma Sleep Institute is also engaged in a wide range of medical research studies or "clinical trials" for new and more effective ways to treat sleep disorders, along with a number of other medical conditions. Patients who qualify may be able to participate in this research and be compensated for their participation.