If you are frustrated from dealing with troubled sleep, you are not alone. Approximately 70 million people in the United States are affected by a sleep problem. Not getting enough sleep affects more than performance – it also impacts your performance. Sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, can actually lead or connect to serious health problems such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Our goal is to help you get a good night's sleep and return to a normal, productive life.

A Dedicated Sleep Medicine Center

Our physicians, David Chang, MD, Meghana Doreswamy, MD, and Yujean Han, DO, work closely with you to evaluate your lifestyle and sleep patterns to form an effective treatment plan. We have multiple convenient locations to provide these services including a dedicated Sleep Center. The Polyclinic’s Sleep Medicine facility is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, demonstrating our commitment to the highest quality of care in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. Accredited facilities are led by a board-certified sleep medicine physician and follow the gold standard for patient care in Sleep Medicine.

Our Services

  • Treatment for patients 16 years of age and up
  • Diagnostic overnight sleep studies
  • Evaluation of snoring
  • CPAP, BiPAP and ASV titrations-overnight studies
  • Nap testing (MSLT)
  • Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT)
  • Follow-up care

Common symptoms and sleep-related problems

  • Loud, frequent snoring
  • Frequent pauses in breathing during sleep
  • Gasping, snorting or choking during sleep
  • Not feeling refreshed after waking and experiencing sleepiness during the day, no matter how much time is spent in bed
  • Waking up with shortness of breath, chest pains, headaches, nasal congestion, or a dry throat
  • Repeated jerking of the limbs, usually during sleep (Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep or PLMS)
  • Irresistible urge to move the legs, especially during the evenings (Restless Legs Syndrome)
  • Sleep walking
  • Night terrors
  • Narcolepsy
  • Agitations and/or confused states during sleep (REM behavior disorder)
  • Problems associated with changing shift-work or difficulties adjusting to a ‘normal’ day/night schedule