Sleep Problems?

  • Why should you be
    concerned about your sleep?

    Why should you be
    concerned about your sleep?

    Contrary to what most people think, sleep is not a time of inactivity, at least when it comes to your brain and body regulation. It is not the same as turning off a switch or shutting down.

    Learn more »
  • How can we
    help you?

    How can we
    help you?

    If you have come to this site, you are likely concerned about your sleep. Unlike some sleep centres, we treat the entire array of sleep disorders.

    Learn more »
  • What can you
    expect?

    What can you
    expect?

    Once you contact the York Region Sleep Disorders Centre, you will be offered an opportunity to see one of our Sleep Specialists. During this consultation, an in depth history will be taken to better understand your concerns as they relate to sleep.

    Learn more »
  • What kind of tests
    might I have?

    What kind of tests
    might I have?

    Our tests include: Overnight Polysomnography, Overnight CPAP Titration Study, Next Day Multiple Sleep Latency Test, and Next Day Maintenance of Wakefulness Test.

    Learn more »
  • What kind of sleep disorder
    might I have?

    What kind of sleep disorder
    might I have?

    While there are almost 100 different sleep disorders, the most common are Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) or Insomnia.

    Learn more »

Diagnostic Imaging?

  • How do I
    get an X-ray scan?

    How do I
    get an X-ray scan?

    You’ll need a referral from a qualified healthcare professional to have an X-ray.

    Learn more »
  • What is
    X-ray?

    What is
    X-ray?

    X-ray is a type of scan that uses X-ray radiation to produce images of the inside of the body. It’s really useful in many situations, including bone fractures and other injuries, lung conditions, heart size and joint arthritis.

    Learn more »
  • How do I getan ultrasound scan
    ?

    How do I getan ultrasound scan
    ?

    You’ll need a referral from a qualified healthcare professional to have an ultrasound scan.

    Learn more »
  • What is
    ultrasound?

    What is
    ultrasound?

    An ultrasound scanner uses high frequency sound waves to create an image of the inside of the body. It is one of the safest types of scan you can have.

    Learn more »
  • What is
    mammography?

    What is
    mammography?

    Screening mammography is a specific type of breast imaging that uses low-dose x-rays to detect cancer early – before women experience symptoms – when it is most treatable.

    Learn more »

Did you know?

If you have sleep apnea, your risk of a car crash is seven times higher than normal.

Learn more »

Did you know that

OHIP covers all our services?

If you live in Ontario, you are fully insured for all health related care related to determining a diagnosis related to treating your symptoms.

You will need to be referred by your physician who will need to complete a referral for a consult with one of our Sleep Specialist or with our Respirologists depending on the nature of your concerns.

Learn more