It is estimated that over 70 million Americans suffer from sleep problems. The Sandhills Sleep Disorders Center is dedicated to helping patients work through their sleep issues and experience a better night’s sleep.
Welcome to Sandhills Neurologists’ Accredited Sleep Disorder Center
The Sandhills Sleep Disorders Center, directed by Dr. Giridhar Chintalapudi, is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Moreover, Dr. Chintalapudi is one of the few physicians in the state of North Carolina with board certification in sleep medicine. He and his sleep team are committed to delivering comprehensive sleep care, guided by detailed assessment and treatment plans.
Our patients do not have to endure excessive wait times for initial appointments. In many cases, we are able to offer same day evaluations for sleep and other medical problems.
The Sandhills Neurologists Sleep Disorder Center treats over 80 individual sleep disorders, including:
- Sleep Apnea
- Shift Work Disorder
- Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)
- REM Behavioral Disorder (RBD)
- Sleep Walking
- And many more!
Our Sleep Disorder Centers
Each of our three locations is equipped with a fully functional sleep lab center. While many of common sleep disorders do not indicate the need for an overnight sleep study, the Sandhills Neurologists Sleep Centers have the equipment, sleep technicians and facilities needed to perform overnight sleep studies when necessary.
Overnight sleep studies allow us to witness problems such as sleep walking, sleep talking and REM Behavior Disorder as they occur. This leads to better diagnoses and more informed treatment plans.
All of our sleep lab technicians are nationally registered by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine as well as the Board of Polysomnography Technologists.
The Sleep Supplies You Need
Sandhills Neurologists is licensed to provide Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and supplies for many of our Sleep Apnea patients.
CPAP is a small bedside device that sits at your bedside that delivers positive airway pressure through a mask that you wear during sleep. The air acts as an air splint to keep the airway open.