Haven Health Medical


Sleep Medicine

Treatment Plans Designed to Help You Sleep and Feel Better

At Haven Health Care, we offer extensive assessments and therapies for sleep disorders so you can start sleeping better as soon as possible. All evaluations are interpreted by our skilled, board-certified sleep medicine specialists. We will tailor treatment options to suit your specific needs, ensuring accurate and successful outcomes. With individualized attention and dedication to enhancing your health and well-being, you can achieve the restful and rejuvenating sleep that you deserve.

We Provide Treatment Options for the Following:

Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness and sudden, uncontrollable episodes of sleep.

Parasomnia refers to a group of sleep disorders involving abnormal behaviors, movements, emotions, or perceptions that occur during sleep or while transitioning between sleep stages.

Circadian rhythm disorder is a condition in which an individual experiences disruptions in their sleep-wake cycle, leading to difficulties in falling asleep, waking up, and maintaining a consistent sleep schedule.

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by repetitive pauses in breathing during sleep, often resulting in snoring, fragmented sleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness.

Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing non-restorative sleep, leading to daytime fatigue and impaired functioning.

Restless leg syndrome is a neurological disorder that causes an irresistible urge to move the legs, often accompanied by uncomfortable sensations, leading to disrupted sleep and restlessness.

CPAP Therapy

Our sleep apnea treatment and management involve utilizing continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, which includes individualized mask fittings and access to follow-up care as needed. 


Inspire® Therapy

Haven Health Care offers a new long-term sleep apnea treatment option, called Inspire® Therapy. 

Inspire works inside your body with your natural breathing process to treat sleep apnea. Mild stimulation keeps your airway open during sleep, allowing oxygen to flow naturally. You use a small handheld remote to turn Inspire on before bed and off when you wake up.

If you decide to move forward with Inspire, our team will help you prepare for the procedure and develop a personalized treatment plan. To get started, schedule a consultation and at-home sleep study with Haven Health Care in Woodhaven.


  • What is a sleep study, and why might I need one?

    During a sleep study, you will sleep with sensors attached to your body to monitor your brain waves, heart rate, breathing, and other physiological factors. A sleep study may be necessary if you are experiencing symptoms of a sleep disorder, such as excessive daytime sleepiness, snoring, or pauses in breathing during sleep. It can help diagnose various sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, narcolepsy ,and restless leg syndrome. A sleep study can also help determine the severity of a sleep disorder and guide appropriate treatment options. 

  • What are the most common symptoms of a sleep disorder?

    Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, loud snoring or pauses in breathing during sleep, sleepwalking, morning headaches, feeling tired and fatigued upon waking up, despite getting enough sleep, and many more. If you suffer from any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment today to find out if a treatment plan is right for you. 

  • How quickly can I expect to see improvements in my sleep quality after treatment?

    The speed at which you may experience improvements in your sleep quality after treatment will depend on various factors, including the specific sleep disorder you have, the severity of your symptoms, and the treatment method used.


    For some sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, you may notice improvements in your sleep quality and daytime symptoms (such as fatigue and irritability) within a few days or weeks after starting treatment. 


    For other sleep disorders, such as restless leg syndrome, it may take longer to see improvements in your symptoms after starting treatment. In some cases, medication may be necessary to manage symptoms, and it may take several weeks or months to find the right medication and dosage that works for you.

  • How do I make an appointment?

    You can either call our office, make an appointment online, or fill out our contact form under the “Contact Us” page.

  • How does Inspire therapy work?

    Inspire works inside your body with your natural breathing process to treat obstructive sleep apnea. While you sleep, Inspire delivers mild stimulation to key airway muscles, allowing the airway to remain open. The Inspire system is controlled by a small handheld sleep remote. You turn Inspire on before bed and off in the morning when you wake up.

  • How does Inspire feel like?

    You should feel a mild sensation from the stimulation when the therapy is turned on. Typically, patients feel a tingling sensation or mild contraction in their tongue muscles. Then stimulation is delayed for a period of time while you fall asleep. After this start delay, stimulation resumes. The stimulation is gentle and designed to move the tongue forward without disturbing your sleep.

  • What are the steps after the Inspire procedure?

    The first 4 to 6 weeks after the procedure the system remains off to allow you to heal. You’ll then have an appointment to have the system programmed with initial settings, receive the remote for your device and learn how to use it. You will then begin using Inspire every night, slowly increasing the amplitude until you reach the point where you are having comfortable restful sleep. After you've gotten used to using the device at home for about 12 weeks, you will have an overnight sleep study. At that time, the technician will observe your sleeping and fine-tune the device to the best possible way to treat your sleep apnea.

  • How do I know if I'm a candidate for Inspire?

    There are some general requirements for Inspire therapy, including:

    • Being at least 18 years old
    • Being unable to tolerate CPAP
    • Having moderate to severe sleep apnea

    Some specific medical conditions may make you ineligible for Inspire therapy. These include:

    • Certain heart conditions
    • Allergies to metals
    • Pregnancy
    • Obesity

    Our team will work with you to determine if Inspire therapy is right for you.

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