Care for Children with Sleep Problems
The Sleep Center at Cincinnati Children’s provides multidisciplinary assessment and management to help children with sleep problems get the sleep they need to stay healthy.
Our unique multidisciplinary program consists of faculty and staff from ENT (Otolaryngology), Neurology, Psychology and Pulmonology providing a comprehensive approach to pediatric sleep disorders. The Sleep Center, which is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, demonstrates a commitment to the highest quality of care in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric sleep disorders. Our accredited program has 7 board-certified sleep medicine physicians, who lead our sleep team of trained health care professionals by using the latest in diagnostic and treatment advances. We ensure the highest quality, patient-centered care and outcomes through our multiple services, including:
Your child may need a sleep study. Sleep studies are often performed to observe a child’s sleep in a sleep laboratory. This helps team members at the Sleep Center better understand problems that could be causing a child’s sleep disorder. Children suspected of having sleep-disordered breathing are typically referred to the pediatric Sleep Laboratory, where sleep patterns are studied in depth.