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SLEEP BETTER MOVING FORWARD

Sleep plays a vital role in your mental, emotional, and physical health. It affects your overall well-being and quality of life for years to come.
In a culture that places so much value on being busy and constantly on-the-go, it’s no wonder that so many Americans are sleep deprived. Between the long work hours, running the kids to and from school, the stress of the job, and staying up late to study or finish a project, sometimes cutting a few hours of sleep seems like the only option. Maybe it’s not life’s demands keeping you up, but a medical condition. This is why sleep deprivation often goes unnoticed: it’s time to realize how important quality sleep is to your physical and mental health.
Sleep disorders or sleep deprivation can interfere with your health, safety, relationships, and learning. At OCPA, we make the connection between sleep, and medical or psychiatric conditions. Our staff of well trained providers will be able to provide you with care tailored to your specific needs.
A good night’s sleep helps your brain function properly throughout the day and promotes emotional health.
While you sleep, your brain processes the memories from the previous day preparing for the day ahead and forming new pathways to help you learn and function properly. Sleep deficiency affects your brain activity causing lapses in memory, difficulty making decisions, compromising your safety, creating barriers to learning, and even making it difficult to control your emotions and behavior. This can make other conditions such as depression, suicide, anxiety, and mood swings worse. In short, these conditions are related to sleep deprivation, and the solution involves rebuilding the foundation of solid sleep.
Not getting enough sleep or getting irregular sleep can also have adverse effects on your physical health.
Sleep is a time when your body has a chance to repair any damage from the previous day. Increased risk for serious health concerns including heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, stroke, and obesity have all been linked with chronic sleep deficiency.

Sleep is regulated by the body clock (SCN or suprachiasmatic nucleus), and it is set by morning sunlight. This daily sleep cycle(circadian) regulates many of the hormones such as the thyroid hormone, cortisol, and melatonin. All of these can have additional effects on your mental and physical health. Sometimes working night shifts, staying up late, and other medical or psychiatric illnesses will disrupt this cycle. If this happens, we need to intervene and restore your health by resetting this circadian rhythm.
This daily sleep cycle(circadian) regulates many of the hormones such as the thyroid hormone, cortisol, and melatonin. All of these can have additional effects on your mental and physical health. Sometimes working night shifts, staying up late, and other medical or psychiatric illnesses will disrupt this cycle. If this happens, we need to intervene and restore your health by resetting this circadian rhythm.

SLEEP AT YOUR BEST


Restoring your health one
restful night at a time.

It seems much too often doctors choose to prescribe medication to help mask the condition instead of finding and fixing the root problem. If your sleep disturbance is taking its toll on your physical and emotional health, we want to help you find the cause. Of course, medication may still be necessary for complete treatment, but we will utilize all options and resources to ensure you’re getting the most comprehensive treatment for your unique situation.

Our providers are trained and experienced and will assess your current medical conditions along with your sleep deficiency from a unique perspective; a perspective that looks at the big picture to accurately identify the possibilities and consider all angles when diagnosing and developing the best treatment plan for you.

TAKE YOUR FIRST STEPS

Our commitment is to provide you with excellent care which includes a thorough assessment, and comprehensive treatment plan.


If you think you have a sleep disorder or deficiency, don’t wait to get help.


First, make an appointment to be evaluated. Prior to this meeting it would be helpful if you keep a log of your sleep (there are apps on your iPhone and Android which can be downloaded to help, click here for a list of apps).


After your initial visit, you will be sent to the sleep lab (if necessary), and you may be given a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure; treatment that uses mild air pressure to keep the airways open) if needed.


During a follow up visit, we will develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs, ensuring we get your sleep schedule on track to promote a healthier you.

PRICING

BASIC

4 Extended Sessions
Free Health & Wellness Diagnosis
$800

COMPREHENSIVE

13 Extended Sessions
Free Health & Wellness
Diagnosis
$2625

ADVANCED

7 Extended Sessions
Free Health & Wellness Diagnosis
$1375
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Prices presented are for cash paying patients only and include a 60 minute evaluation and 30 minute follow ups. If you wish to pay for each session separately, you will be subject to our standard pricing of $375 for a 45 minute evaluation and $250 for each 30 minute follow up and $75 for our Health & Wellness educational consult. Further follow ups beyond the packaged price will be subject to our standard price. Payment plans available upon request.