For Physicians
We offer the full range of diagnostic and therapeutic sleep studies to best meet your patient’s needs. This includes both overnight and daytime testing where applicable. We also reserve availability for urgent pre-operative studies with a 10 day turnaround or less.


Studies Offered
• Overnight Sleep Studies (Diagnostic Polysomnography)
• Urgent Pre & Post Operative Assessments (Results within 1 week)
• Urgent Assessments for Anesthesiologists/Surgeons for Bariatric Surgery
• Daytime Nap Studies/Multiple Sleep Latency Testing (Narcolepsy, Idiopathic Hypersomnia)
• Daytime Sleep Studies (Shift Workers, Circadian Rhythm Disorders)
• CPAP/BI-PAP/Adaptive Servo Ventilation Titration Studies
• Therapeutic Sleep Studies (Oral Appliance, Positional Therapy, Alternative Treatment Efficacy)
• Maintenance of Wakefulness Testing
• Diagnostic Home Sleep Studies

In Clinic Sleep Testing

In clinic Sleep Testing is considered the gold standard for accurate diagnoses of sleep related disorders. An in-lab Sleep study is conducted on site at one of our state-of-the-art Sleep Clinics. Patients arrive in the evening close to their regular bed time. They are greeted by a Sleep Technologist who will take them to their private suite. Bathroom with modern, full shower facilities are available on site. All of our sites are fully wheelchair accessible.

Once there the Sleep Tech will explain the procedure and conduct a thorough interview in a relaxed atmosphere to ensure the Sleep Specialist has all the necessary information. Patients can also expect to fill out two to three forms answering some very basic questions about their normal day to day routines.

Following that the Sleep Technologist will instruct the patient to change into their sleepwear and once done they will begin attaching a series of non-invasive electrodes and sensors which will collect data pertaining to their brainwaves, eye movements, muscle tone, heart rate, oxygen levels and breathing.

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Once hooked up you’ll retire to your bed and the Sleep tech will walk you through a few calibration exercises to help establish a baseline for your sleep.  
After that it’s lights out. At any point in the evening you can change sleeping position or get up to use the washroom.

In the morning you are gently awoken where the Sleep Tech will unhook you from all the sensors applied the previous night. Once free of impediment you can shower in one of our many shower facilities and after filling up a post sleep questionnaire you are free to begin your day!

The data collected will get scored by a Registered Sleep Technologist and then forwarded to a Sleep Specialist for interpretation. You will be contacted for a consult to discuss the results. Often, sleeping in a new environment can be difficult and it can feel like you didn’t get much sleep, but our sophisticated array of monitors is able to capture minor variances which can help lead to diagnoses and ensure accurate results!

All procedures for an in clinic Sleep test including consult is covered by OHIP.

In clinic Sleep Testing is considered the gold standard for accurate diagnoses of sleep related disorders. An in-lab Sleep study is conducted on site at one of our state-of-the-art Sleep Clinics. Patients arrive in the evening close to their regular bed time. They are greeted by a Sleep Technologist who will take them to their private suite. Bathroom with modern, full shower facilities are available on site. All of our sites are fully wheelchair accessible.

Once there the Sleep Tech will explain the procedure and conduct a thorough interview in a relaxed atmosphere to ensure the Sleep Specialist has all the necessary information. Patients can also expect to fill out two to three forms answering some very basic questions about their normal day to day routines.

Click Above to Learn More about our state-of-the-art sleep testing systems, a breakthrough in Ontario.

Following that the Sleep Technologist will instruct the patient to change into their sleepwear and once done they will begin attaching a series of non-invasive electrodes and sensors which will collect data pertaining to their brainwaves, eye movements, muscle tone, heart rate, oxygen levels and breathing.

Once hooked up you’ll retire to your bed and the Sleep tech will walk you through a few calibration exercises to help establish a baseline for your sleep.  
After that it’s lights out. At any point in the evening you can change sleeping position or get up to use the washroom.

In the morning you are gently awoken where the Sleep Tech will unhook you from all the sensors applied the previous night. Once free of impediment you can shower in one of our many shower facilities and after filling up a post sleep questionnaire you are free to begin your day!

The data collected will get scored by a Registered Sleep Technologist and then forwarded to a Sleep Specialist for interpretation. You will be contacted for a consult to discuss the results. Often, sleeping in a new environment can be difficult and it can feel like you didn’t get much sleep, but our sophisticated array of monitors is able to capture minor variances which can help lead to diagnoses and ensure accurate results!

All procedures for an in clinic Sleep test including consult is covered by OHIP.

Home Sleep Testing

This is a service provided to maximize comfort and convenience for patients and is not covered by OHIP. The average cost is $250.00

You are encouraged to inquire with your extended health benefits provider as many cover this procedure.

Patients wishing to do an at home sleep study can receive an at-home testing kit, which is disposable after your one-time use. Alternatively, one of our dedicated sleep technicians can come to you in the comfort of your home to help set up your sleep study, and return the following morning at a convenient time to collect your results and help you get disconnected.

A Technologist will interview the patient and collect all relevant data as well as explain the procedure to the patient.

The PSG unit is completely ambulatory and the patient can continue to move through their regular nightly routine as the system will register when they have gone to bed and turned off the lights.

Patients can sleep in whatever position they wish.

In the morning a technician will contact you to provide a post sleep questionnaire to be completed.

The PSG data will then be analyzed by a registered sleep technologist and the data will be forwarded to a sleep specialist for interpretation. A follow up consult will be scheduled with the patient to discuss the results.

Multi-Disciplinary Sleep Care

Our expert care team is ready to help you.

No sleep problem is too big or too small for our dedicated team of providers.