We can help you get a good night's sleep

During your visit with one of our sleep specialists you will be seen in a clinic setting. Meeting with your sleep specialist helps us decide what sleep test is needed to diagnose your sleep disorder. This evaluation is very thorough. The extensive questionnaire you completed prior to your visit is very important in the process. Our sleep specialist will spend time with you discussing your health history and sleep habits and determine the correct course of testing, treatment, and medication for you.


Conditions we treat

Learn more about all the sleep disorder conditions we treat at The Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center. 

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Overnight in-lab sleep studies

An overnight in-lab sleep study provides a board-certified sleep medicine physician with the most complete evaluation of your sleep. 

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Tips for better sleep

Learn how to get a good night's sleep by following these tips. 

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Home sleep studies

Home sleep testing allows you to sleep at home wearing equipment that collects information about how you breathe during sleep. 


Daytime Sleep Lab Studies

We offer daytime sleep testing for certain occupational requirements. We also test for narcolepsy and other health problems during the day. 



Oximetry is a test that allows the measuring of a patient's blood saturation levels, to see if the patient experiences significant drops in blood oxygen levels.