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We found 3 sleep medicine providers who accept Coventry Bronze $15 Copay OAHMO near Willoughby, OH.

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Specializes in Pediatric Pulmonology, Pediatric Sleep Medicine
6770 Mayfield Road; Mail Code A120
Mayfield Heights, OH
 

Dr. Frederick Royce is a pediatric pulmonologist and pediatric sleep medicine specialist. His areas of expertise include collapsed lung (pneumothorax), shortness of breath (dyspnea), and cystic fibrosis (CF). His professional affiliations include Hillcrest Hospital and Cleveland Clinic Main Campus. Dr. Royce graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine and then he performed his residency at the University Hospitals, Cleveland. He accepts Coventry, Coventry Bronze, and Coventry Silver, in addition to other insurance carriers.

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Clinical interests: Pectus Excavatum, Vocal Cord Paralysis, Restless Leg Syndrome, Sleep Problems, Sleep Disorders, ... (Read more)

Dr. Charles J Bae, MD
Specializes in Neurology, Sleep Medicine
2570 Som Center Road
Willoughby Hills, OH
 

Dr. Charles Bae is a neurology (brain & spinal cord disease) and sleep medicine specialist in Cleveland, OH and Willoughby, OH. The average patient rating for Dr. Bae is 5.0 stars out of 5. Areas of particular interest for Dr. Bae include sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and narcolepsy. He is professionally affiliated with Cleveland Clinic Main Campus. He honors Coventry, Coventry Bronze, and Coventry Silver, in addition to other insurance carriers. He studied medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Dr. Bae's medical residency was performed at Cleveland Clinic. In addition to English, he speaks Korean.

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Clinical interests: Restless Leg Syndrome, Sleep Apnea, Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Narcolepsy

Dr. Dennis Jurcevic, MD
Specializes in Internal Medicine, Sleep Medicine
36100 Euclid Avenue; Suite 210
Willoughby, OH
 

Dr. Dennis Jurcevic practices sleep medicine in Willoughby, OH. Dr. Jurcevic's areas of expertise consist of sleep disorders and hypertension (high blood pressure). He is affiliated with West Hospital and TriPoint Medical Center. He graduated from Saba University School of Medicine. He honors Anthem, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and Coventry, in addition to other insurance carriers.

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Clinical interests: Sleep Disorders, Hypertension

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What is Sleep Medicine?

Sleep medicine is the medical field that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to sleep and rest. This can include difficulty sleeping well at night or problems with daytime sleepiness. Sleep medicine specialists treat patients of all ages who need better rest.

When people think of sleep disorders, they often think of insomnia. That’s one kind of sleep disorder, but there are several others. In addition to insomnia, a sleep medicine specialist may treat conditions such as:
  • Sleep apnea
  • Shift work disorder
  • Circadian rhythm disorder
  • Severe or recurrent jet lag
  • Narcolepsy

Treatments may include medication, light therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, or CPAP therapy. CPAP, which stands for continuous positive airway pressure, is one of the most commonly prescribed treatments. These tiny machines have a tube and mask and blow a stream of air over the face at night, helping patients with snoring or sleep apnea to breathe easily and sleep more soundly.

One important tool often used in sleep medicine is the sleep study or polysomnogram, where patients sleep either in a lab or at home with a monitoring device. The sleep study allows doctors to measure the quality of sleep over an entire night, check for various sleep problems, and identify breathing disorders such as sleep apnea. If performed in a lab, you will arrive and spend the night sleeping in a bed similar to one in a hotel room. You may have electrodes attached to your head and chest to monitor your breathing, oxygen levels, brain waves, and heart rate. Technicians collect the information, which your physician can use to identify and diagnose disorders that have been interrupting your sleep.

Not getting enough rest at night makes you feel terrible, can make it difficult to do the things you need to do, and can even put you at higher risk for physical and mental health problems. Feeling tired all the time can be a huge quality of life issue. If a sleep disorder is preventing you from getting enough rest, a sleep medicine specialist can help you manage the problem so that you have the energy to enjoy your life.