Sleep Lab

We combine state-of-the-art technology with a caring and relaxing atmosphere to help patients with suspected sleep disorders.

Why Choose TriState?

Our experienced staff at TriState Sleep Lab consistently scores in the top percentile for patient satisfaction. Each of our four private bedrooms is complete with an in-suite bathroom, a brand new comfortable spacious bed, recliner, an a flat screen television. 

We are accredited by the Academy of Sleep Medicine, which reflects our commitment to ensuring each of our patients receives the highest quality of care from specialized staff. All tests performed in the TriState Sleep Lab are interpreted by Keith Popovich, MD, Board Certified Sleep Physician. 

Common Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders that affect the quality of sleep can lead to serious chronic health issues, such as diabetes, hypertension, congestive heart failure, irregular heart rhythm, clinical depression, and stroke. Leaving a sleep disorder undiagnosed and untreated can make for frustrating nights, difficult mornings, and impaired function throughout the day.

Some common sleep disorders include: 

  • Narcolepsy: A chronic neurological disorder of the central nervous system that regulates sleep and wakefulness.
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): Periodic obstruction of the upper airway during sleep. It is the most common medical cause of excessive daytime sleepiness.
  • Periodic Limb Movement Disorder: Defined by repetitive limb movements that occur during sleep and cause sleep disruption, resulting in daytime sleepiness.
  • Primary Snoring: Harmless, but can cause small interruptions throughout the night that prevent deep sleep.

What We Offer

  • Diagnostic Polysomnogram (PSG): General overnight monitoring and evaluation without treatment.
  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Titration Study: If sleep apnea is diagnosed during a recent PSG, the patient returns to our Sleep Lab to determine an adequate CPAP pressure setting to open the airway and control sleep apnea.
  • Split Night PSG: When moderate, or severe sleep apnea has been discovered in the first part of the sleep study, the second part is used for treatment of the disorder using CPAP.
  • Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT): A method used to diagnose narcolepsy and measure the degree of daytime sleepiness. To ensure accurate results, it is performed the morning following a Diagnostic PSG and a two-week recording of a sleep diary.
  • Home Sleep Study: A home sleep study may be ordered if there is a strong suspicion of OSA. Home studies are not suitable for patients with significant co-morbid medical conditions that may degrade the accuracy of the test (conditions may include pulmonary disease, neuromuscular disease, congestive heart failure, and oxygen therapy).


Patient Information

Patients must be referred to TriState Sleep Lab by their primary care provider and must be four years of age or older.

All commercial insurances will be billed for you, though co-pays are due at the time of your visit. If we are not in your insurance company’s preferred network, your insurance benefits may not pay us as they would an in-network provider, and you will be responsible for the difference.

We accept most types of insurances at TriState Health. If you are not sure if one of our provider’s is in network for your health insurance plan, please contact your insurance company directly, or you many contact on of our Patient Access Representatives at 509.254.2716.

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