About UsThe USC Sleep Disorders Program offers comprehensive sleep disorder evaluations. Individuals with sleep irregularities manifested by symptoms such as excessive daytime sleepiness, snoring, witnessed apneas, morning headaches, insomnia, and abnormal nocturnal movements or behaviors would benefit from a comprehensive sleep evaluation. The sleep disorders evaluation begins with a thorough history and physical examination and, if indicated, preparations are made for a formal sleep study. The program offers attended standard sleep studies, CPAP titration sleep studies, and multiple sleep latency studies, all performed with state-of-the-art equipment.
FAQ on Obstructive Sleep Apnea
What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?
How common is sleep apnea?
I snore. Do I have sleep apnea?
What is a sleep study?
What are other common symptoms of sleep apnea besides snoring?
My bed partner tells me I stop breathing intermittently for several seconds in my sleep. Is that sleep apnea?
I suspect I have sleep apnea. However, I feel perfectly fine. I am not sleepy or have any other symptoms. Should I have myself tested?
I have heard that sleep apnea only affects obese people. Is that true?
What is the treatment for sleep apnea?
I want to get tested. What do I do?
AppointmentsTo schedule a sleep evaluation, call the USC Sleep Disorders Program- (323) 442-5100 and ask for an appointment to see a sleep specialist. During your visit, you will be examined and you will get a chance to discuss your concerns. A sleep study will be scheduled if deemed necessary. We are located at:
Healthcare Consultation Center II
1520 San Pablo Street
Los Angeles, CA 90033
Maps and Directions
Do you have a question you would like to discuss? Join our online discussion forum on sleep disorders moderated by USC sleep physicians. Please keep in mind that our online community is not a substitute for a face-to-face medical evaluation and does not consitute a patient-doctor relationship.