Pediatric Comprehensive Sleep Medicine Program | Sleep Disorder Treatment for Kids | Phoenix Children's Hospital Sleep Medicine
The Comprehensive Sleep Medicine Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is dedicated to treating a variety of problems that compromise healthy sleeping habits and keep children and their parents from having a comfortable night’s rest. Our multispecialty sleep clinic is one of only a few such comprehensive pediatric sleep clinics in the country.
About Sleep Disorders in Children
Sleep disorders are classified as a grouping of neurological and/or pulmonology conditions that most often cause emotional distress, physical and mental fatigue as well as disruptions in sleep patterns within children. With comprehensive and continuous care, most of these symptoms can be alleviated and further complications can be prevented.
The clinic addresses several disorders, including sleep apnea, periodic limb movement disorder, hypersomnia, insomnia, narcolepsy, nightmares, REM behavior disorder, sleep paralysis, sleep terrors, somniloquy, somnambulism, and delayed sleep phase syndrome.
Located on the Hospital’s main campus, Phoenix Children’s Sleep Study Lab, includes a three-bed neurodiagnostic facility that uses state-of-the-art technology.
Dr. Rupali Drewek and Dr. Matthew Troester lead the team
Together, Drs. Drewek and Troester lead a multidisciplinary team (physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and psychologists) committed to providing the best physical and emotional support to children and parents of children with sleep problems.
Learn more about Sleep Medicine program and our services
- Types of Sleep Disorders in Children
- Symptoms and Treatment of Sleep Disorders in Children
- Preparing for your First Visit to Sleep Clinic
- Preparing for your Stay in Sleep Study Lab
- Meet the Sleep Medicine Team
- Sleep Clinic Resources for Families