Sleep Center

Sleep Center

SLEEP CENTER

The UT Sleep Disorders Center is equipped with the latest sleep study
technology, but the patient is our first priority with rooms
comfortably decorated in a relaxing environment.

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Sleep Center

The UT Sleep Disorders Center is equipped with the latest sleep study technology, but the patient is our first priority with rooms comfortably decorated in a relaxing environment.

 


Why Have A Sleep Study:

  1. You have symptoms of sleep apnea, particularly excessive snoring and daytime sleepiness.
  2. A sleep study performed in a qualified sleep lab is the best method for diagnosing sleep apnea.
  3. Correct diagnosis leads to early treatment of OSA that can reduce your symptoms and risk for complications such as high blood pressure, high blood pressure in the lungs (pulmonary hypertension, depression, irregular heart rhythms, heart failure, coronary artery disease and stroke.
  4. A complete sleep test can rule out other sleep related problems such as narcolepsy or restless leg syndrome.
  5. NO risks are involved in undergoing a sleep study.

Common Signs of Sleep Apnea:

  1. Habitual Snorer
  2. High Blood Pressure
  3. Memory Problems
  4. Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
  5. Insominia
  6. Overweight
  7. Stop Breathing for Seconds when Asleep

 

“Sleep apnea is a serious, potentially life altering health issue that may lead to life threatening conditions such as heart attacks and strokes. Earlier diagnosis and treatment of this condition is extremely important.”

Aqueel Kouser, M.D., Sleep Disorders Center Medical Director


Contact one of our HealthStar Physicians

Mubashir Mahmood, M.D.

Board Certified Endocrinology & Sleep Medicine

423.586.0443

Jeffrey Adams, M.D.

Board Certified Otolaryngology & Sleep Medicine

Ear, Nose, & Throat

423.587.1987

Hina Kouser, M.D.

Board Certified Internal & Sleep Medicine

865.475.9062

Aqueel Kouser, M.D.

Sleep Disorder Center Medical Director

Board Certified Internal & Sleep Medicine

new patient form

sleep history questionnaire


Contact:

UT Sleep Disorders Center
420 West Morris Boulevard, Suite 400-H
Phone: 423.587.3029Fax: 423.587.1292