There are approximately 100 different types of sleep disorders ranging from difficulty sleeping at night to problems with excessive daytime sleepiness. Therefore it is critical to receive the correct diagnosis and work with a qualified physician to develop the appropriate treatment plan. At MedStar Montgomery, we can test and treat all types of sleep disorders. With licensed professionals that conduct the tests and a board certified physician that specializes in treating you can be confident that your needs will be met with our team.

Although many people experience occasional trouble sleeping, if the problem is severe or persistent, it may require medical attention. Sleep problems contribute to a variety of serious chronic health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, and congestive heart failure.

If your sleep has been disturbed for more than a month and it begins to interfere with your ability to drive, hold a job, stay in school or perform normal daily activities, a physician and board-certified sleep specialist should evaluate you. MedStar Montgomery can help you get back on the road to a good night's sleep. Our sleep centers provide comprehensive assessment for adults and children with sleep disorders.

Symptoms associated with sleep disorders include:

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Short-term or chronic insomnia (the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep)
  • Snoring or irregular breathing during sleep
  • Restless leg syndrome or other periodic limb movements
  • Unexplained or worsening heart failure or edema
  • Unexplained pulmonary hypertension
  • Difficulty in controlling hypertension
  • Sleep walking and other sleep disturbance behaviors
  • Frequent morning headaches
  • Depression

To schedule an appointment with the Sleep Center, call 301-774-8736.

Sleep Consults:
MedStar Montgomery Medical Center
18101 Prince Philip Drive - Second Floor

Sleep Lab:
MedStar Montgomery Medical Center
18101 Prince Philip Drive - Fourth Floor

Patient Forms

Patient Questionnaire
Facility Fee
Study Instructions
CPAP Instruction Form
Epworth Sleepiness Scale

Awards and Recognitions

Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine