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Department:
Mohawk Valley Sleep
Disorders Center
Manager:
Jami VanEtten, RPSGT
Phone:
315-734-3484
Hours:

Office: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Testing: 7 p.m. - 7:30 a.m.
Address:
2215 Genesee Street
Utica, New York 13501
College of Nursing 4th Fl.

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Patient Frank Brown meets with sleep technologist, Alexander Naumenko, RPSGT
who explains how to adjust the CPAP mask.
“I didn’t know if he would be alive in the
morning, his breathing was so bad...”
“From day one the mask helped him. The cramps are gone and he is not falling asleep during the day. It has given him quality of life!”
“We can’t say enough good things about the people here and about what they did for us”

Marlene & Frank Brown

Sleep Disorders Center


Not all sleep labs are created equal.

The Mohawk Valley Sleep Disorders Center is the longest standing accredited sleep center in the greater Mohawk Valley region.

Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine in 1997, our expert sleep technologists are dedicated to giving our patients individual attention. Each technologist is paired with only two patients, so your care is our only focus.

Medical Director, Dr. Steven Levine, who is board certified by both the American Board of Medical Specialties; Sleep (ABMS/ABIM) and the American Board of Sleep Medicine is one of the most experienced doctors in the field of sleep medicine. Registered Sleep Technologists are on-site to assist you and provide thorough and accurate sleep tests.

Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Disorders

Fortunately, many sleep disorders are often easily diagnosed and
successfully treated. Signs and symptoms to be aware of may include:

Snoring Witnessed apneas
Gasping or grunting with sleep Obesity
Fatigue or excessive daytime sleepiness Waking with dry mouth
Moving or jerking with sleep Headaches/ Migraines
History of high blood pressure or heart disease Frequent need to urinate during sleep
Problems with concentration/ memory Irritability, depression, or mood swings
Poor work or school performance Decreased sexual drive

 











 

Common Sleep Disorders

Snoring Sleep Apnea
Insomnia Circadian rhythm disturbances
Parasomnias Restless legs and periodic
limb movement
Narcolepsy Oxygenation problems in sleep

 

 

 

 

 


For For information on sleep disorders and treatments, as well as
current news and helpful hints go to sleepeducation.com

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