At NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Associates, our Sleep Medicine Specialists are dedicated to providing superior care for Reston residents suffering from sleep disorders like sleep apnea. Our family-friendly, inviting atmosphere, coupled with world-class medical professionals and state of the art diagnostic and treatment options, make our clinic a sought after place for diagnosis and healing.
Reston Sleep Medicine Clinic – Diagnostic Services
According to the data published by the National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) more than 50 million individuals in the United States suffer from pulmonary disorders and conditions, ranging from COPD to Asthma. The first step in treatment is identification of the underlying causes of the symptoms a patient experiences. In addition to a thorough physical examination and understanding of a patient’s medical history, diagnostic tools offer further insight into any issues that may be present. Our labs utilize state of the art equipment to evaluate lung function and performance, as well as providing a window into the structure of the lungs themselves.
We place great focus on education and counseling, making sure patients understand what each test is, what the results mean, and the best path forward for treatment.
Our Diagnostic Services Include:
- In and out-patient testing
- Ultrasound-guided diagnostic thoracentesis
- Endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS)
- Lymph node biopsy
- Blood tests
- Spirometry of maximum airflow
- Pulmonary function tests
- Chest X-rays
- CY scanning
- Sleep studies (polysomnography)
We Help Reston, VA Area Patients Get a Better Night’s Rest
Our modern clinic is equipped with advanced and innovative equipment used for a broad range of effective treatments and necessary procedures designed to help patients achieve the best outcome possible. Our talented pulmonologists and sleep doctors are passionate, caring and dedicated to improving the lives of their patients.
Treatments Performed Include but are not Limited to:
- Medications (oral, inhaled, intravenous, subcutaneous)
- Lung biopsies
- Bronchial biopsy
- Drainage tubes and catheters
- Sleep studies
- CPAP devices
- And more
Restful Sleep isn’t just a Dream
Difficulty sleeping, falling asleep, staying asleep or waking up feeling as tired as when you laid down aren’t just signs of getting older, they can be representative of serious sleep disorders and conditions such as sleep apnea.
If you find yourself waking up exhausted no matter how many hours of sleep you get, give our sleep clinic a call today at 571-367-0000.
Our talented team of sleep doctors and pulmonary specialists can help you take back control of your nights. You deserve better, and we’re here to help make sure you can live your best life, feeling rested and rejuvenated after each night in bed.
What is a Sleep Medicine Specialist?
A sleep medicine specialist, also known as a sleep doctor, is a physician who specializes in sleep and sleep-related disorders, symptoms and underlying causes. Sleep doctors may be either medical doctors or psychiatrists. For some, issues with sleep are psychological, such as with PTSD. For others, there is an underlying medical condition preventing them from getting a good night’s rest. It is also common for sleep doctors to further specialize in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and more.
Types of Sleep Disorders Treated at Our Clinic
Sleep disorders are medical conditions resulting in consequential changes to your sleeping patterns. Sleep disorders cover a wide range of conditions, impacting your overall health, safety and quality of life.
Below we’ve outlined some of the more common types of sleep disorders we treat our Reston, VA patients for.
- Sleep Apnea (obstructive, central, complex)
- Restless leg syndrome
- Circadian rhythm disorders
- Periodic leg movement disorder
- And more
When Should I See a Sleep Specialist or Sleep Doctor?
Although only a medical professional can diagnose you or refer you to a sleep clinic, there are some common signs and indications you can be aware of that might signal the need to ask your primary doctor for a referral.
Common Signs you may Have a Sleep Disorder Include:
- You constantly wake up feeling exhausted
- You regularly feel sleepy during the daytime
- You toss and turn in bed
- You often feel sleep deprived
- You are having issues with concentrating or physical activity due to being tired
- Your partner has told you that you gasp, stop breathing or snore at night
If any of these signs sound familiar schedule an appointment with our dedicated and caring sleep doctors today.
NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care & Sleep Associates
24430 Stone Springs Boulevard, Suite 200, Dulles, VA 20166
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Directions to Our Clinic (via VA-267 W):
- Get on VA-267 W
- Follow VA-267 W to VA-606 W/Old Ox Rd in Ashburn. Take exit 8A from VA-267 W
- Continue on VA-606 W/Old Ox Rd to US-50 W
- Turn right onto US-50 W
- Continue on Stone Springs Blvd W to your destination