A synopsis of our services includes diagnostics and treatment for every type of sleep/wake disorder including:

  • Sleep Apnea/Snoring Restless
  • Leg Syndrome/Periodic Limb Movement Syndrome
  • Narcolepsy/Idiopathic Hypersomnolence Insomnia
  • Sleep Walking/Talking Night Terrors and more...


The evaluation usually begins with a consultation at Clifton Center for Sleep Disorders, at which time your sleep and medical histories are obtained. Based on this information, the appropriate sleep study is ordered, and you are likely to schedule and undergo a sleep study at our facility.


After the study, the results are often reviewed as part of an interdisciplinary team meeting where your case will be reviewed and treatment recommendations will be made.


Treatment is formulated based on the diagnosis and individual needs of each patient. Our team of board certified specialists is skilled at making the correct diagnosis and efficiently implementing the most effective treatment to correct any sleep problem. Once the treatment is implemented, long term commitment to care by the patient may be involved.

Follow up appointments should continue until stable resolution of your sleep symptoms is seen.

What should I bring to the Sleep Center?

When you come in for your sleep study, you’ll want to bring an overnight bag with personal items. Below are some guidelines on what to bring with you for your study.

  • Completed questionnaires and any doctor’s orders, prescriptions, or referral forms that your doctor has given you. Present them to the technician upon arrival.
  • Your insurance card(s) and driver’s license or ID.
  • Pillows will be provided. You may, however, bring own.
  • Please wear something loose and comfortable, such as sweat pants and a t-shirt, or pajamas.
  • Any needed personal toiletries.
  • A change of clothes for after the study.
  • Any medications, both prescription and over the counter, that you need to take while at the Sleep Center. Technicians are unable to dispense any medications. Do not stop taking any of your medications without first consulting your physician.
  • Reading material or something to keep busy with before bedtime.
  • Make sure your skin and hair are clean, and please do not use any hair products or lotions the night of the study.
Avoid caffeine or stimulants for 12 hours before your scheduled time of arrival at the Sleep Center, unless prescribed by your doctor.