We undertake Home Based Sleep Studies (Level 2) and Sleep Therapy Services, supported by our Sleep and Respiratory Physician, Dr Andrew Webster. We treat an array of sleep disorders, including Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) and its impact on issues such as cardiovascular health, mental health and respiratory disorders; insomnia; shift work disorder, among others.
Sleep disorders can be treated in several ways including CPAP therapy, body positional therapy, blue light therapy, nasal EPAP as well as Mandibular Advancement Splints (MAS) via referral to a dentist. We deal with many corporate patients and understand the urgency required for results for Periodic and Pre-Employment Medicals. We can offer appointments within a week for patients - both for clinical review as well as for sleep studiesRead More
A sleep study is an overnight recording of your sleep for the diagnosis and evaluation of sleep disorders. Sleep studies can be performed either at home or in hospital.Read More
Your referring practitioner can refer you directly for a sleep study by faxing or emailing your referral to us. You will then be contacted by our sleep scientist to arrange a time that best suits your needs.Read More
Sleep Australia offer trials of CPAP, BiPAP, Provent and Night Shift therapy for sleep disordered breathing. A CBTi program and light therapy are also available for the treatment of Insomnia and CircadianRead More
CPAP therapy is the gold standard treatment for Sleep Apnoea. Sleep Australia offers trials of therapy to ensure optimal treatment is achieved. Upon completion of the trial, a recommendation for ongoing treatment will be provided to the patient.
Most effective in cases of mild-moderate OSA Provent is a new treatment involving adhesive nasal MicroValves applied externally to each nostril during sleep. Sleep Australia offers trials of Provent. A sleep study on Provent may be required..
Night Shift is a new treatment for positional sleep apnoea which uses a vibrating sensor to discourage supine sleep. Sleep Australia provides trials of Night Shift. A sleep study on Night Shift may be required at the end of the trial to ensure the device is effective.
Often referred to as a ‘dental appliance’, the MAS is a device to treat snoring and mild-moderate OSA by holding the lower jaw slightly forward, which tightens the soft tissue and muscles of the upper airway. After a patient has obtained a MAS,