At Rochester Regional's Unity Sleep Disorders Center, we see adults, adolescents, and older adults. If you have difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or sleeping on a schedule that allows you to function best, you can benefit from our services. And if you have difficulty staying awake during the day, this may indicate an underlying sleep disorder—so we recommend that you seek treatment.
The first step to better sleep is to schedule an evaluation appointment by calling (585) 442-4141. You'll meet with a sleep specialist who will do a complete physical evaluation and ask questions about your quality of sleep, sleep habits, and how sleep problems may affect your life.
After a thorough assessment, we'll recommend a specific course of treatment tailored to your needs. If more information is needed, your doctor may recommend a sleep study as a next step, a referral to our Insomnia Clinic, changes to your medication, or cognitive/behavioral therapy.
We also send our recommendations to your primary care doctor—we work as a team with your doctor to try to address your sleep issues.
The short answer is, probably. Most insurance plans cover sleep disorder evaluations and treatment. However, you may need a referral from your doctor. Contact our office for further information at (585) 442-4141.