Sleep Center

  • Clinics and Services at the Sleep Center

    The clinics and services provided through the Sleep Center at Cincinnati Children’s consist of three main components:

    • Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic
      The clinic focuses on identifying the psychological factors that contribute to the developmental and maintenance of sleep disorders and specializes in developing nonpharmacological and nonsurgical treatments for the broad spectrum of sleep disorders.
    • Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disorders Clinic
      The  clinics provide services to children with various sleep disorders including obstructive sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder, narcolepsy, parasomnia, circadian rhythm disorders and respiratory control disorders.
    • Sleep Laboratory
      The lab provides an important diagnostic tool in evaluation and management of children with sleep disorders.
    • Epilepsy-Sleep Program
      This unique multidisciplinary program consists of faculty and staff from the sleep center and the comprehensive epilepsy center. We evaluate and treat children with epilepsy who have sleep problems.
 
 
  • Patients and Families

    Visit our Patients and Families section to read patient stories, patient education materials, glossary terms and review related resources.

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  • Conditions Treated

    The Sleep Center treats a variety of  sleep-related conditions, including restless leg syndrome and apnea of infancy.

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  • Breathing tubes are connected to a young patient in the Sleep Center.

    Breathing tubes are connected to a young patient in the Sleep Center.

    Clinics and Services

    Breathing tubes are connected to a young patient in the Sleep Center.

    Breathing tubes are connected to a young patient in the Sleep Center.

  • Upper Airway Center for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    We provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to caring for children with complex obstructive sleep apnea. We have specific expertise in treating OSA in children with craniofacial abnormalities and Down Syndrome.
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