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Doctors at NYU Langone Sleep Medicine Associates—Garden City are experts at diagnosing and treating sleep disorders in children and adults. Our program was the first in Nassau County to be accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and our multidisciplinary team includes sleep technologists, all of whom are registered polysomnographic technologists, the highest certification available.

We are also dedicated to sleep disorders research and education. Our Sleep Medicine Fellowship, part of NYU Long Island School of Medicine, was one of the first programs of its kind to be developed in the United States.

High-Tech Sleep Lab and Comfortable Suites

Our sleep medicine doctors diagnose sleep disorders using a comprehensive physical examination, a sleep interview questionnaire, and, if necessary, an overnight sleep study. The interview takes about an hour, and it’s helpful if you can bring someone who is familiar with your sleep behavior including sounds, movements, and other activities that may disturb your sleep. Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

We conduct sleep studies in our state-of-the-art sleep lab, which records your sleep stages, breathing, brain waves, oxygen level, and heart and muscle activity. Our facility has 10 sleep suites that feature a private, handicapped-accessible bathroom and shower and other amenities to make your stay comfortable, including Wi-Fi access, a flat-screen television with cable TV and DVD player, individually controlled heat and air conditioning, and a shared lounge with kitchen. Our suites are designed for children of all ages and their parents. We also have custom-built beds, bathrooms, and exam tables designed to accommodate people who have obesity.

Our Specialties and Services

Our highly trained sleep specialists are experienced in designing personalized treatment programs to manage a wide range of sleep issues in both children and adults, including the following:

  • drowsy driving
  • insomnia, which may be considered difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep, or both
  • narcolepsy, a central nervous system disorder that makes it difficult or impossible for a person to remain in any phase of sleep or wakefulness
  • nocturnal eating syndrome, or excessive eating while awake during the night
  • nocturnal enuresis, also known as bedwetting, in children and adults
  • nocturnal seizure disorder, which is a form of epilepsy
  • parasomnias, which include sleep talking, sleepwalking, and sleep terrors
  • rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder
  • restless legs syndrome (RLS), which are unusual sensations in your legs, but may also occur in the arms
  • shift-work sleep disorders
  • sleep apnea in children and adults, or brief pauses of breathing throughout sleep
  • sleep deprivation
  • sleep-related eating disorder, which occurs when people eat while they’re asleep
  • snoring

Comprehensive Treatment

Our sleep medicine specialists consult with experts trained in behavioral sleep medicine, cardiology, otolaryngology, neurology, and psychiatry to develop an effective care plan. Our individually designed treatment plans include education, behavioral therapy, and medications, and may include the use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to help manage sleep apnea symptoms. A dental consultation may be recommended for a custom-fit device to treat snoring and sleep apnea.

Our Location

NYU Langone Sleep Medicine Associates—Garden City

1300 Franklin Avenue, Suite Upper Level 4A, Garden City, NY, 11530

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