Our multidisciplinary team harnesses the expertise of different specialities including sleep medicine, neurology, psychiatry, neuropsychology and psychology. In addition to a comprehensive evaluation of the causes of poor sleep or Insomnia our team focuses on Cognitive Behavior Therapy-Insomnia (CBT-I) that is the gold standard treatment for Insomnia. CBT-I utilizes a variety of techniques to improve your sleep by modifying your behavior before bedtime as well as changing the ways of thinking that keep you from falling asleep. For those patients interested in research therapies for sleep disorders including insomnia, they can contact Sleep Research Unit (808) 564-6141 or info@HawaiiNeuroscience.com
Sleep and Insomnia Center is the only sleep center in Hawaii to offer clinical as well as ground breaking research therapies for sleep disorders. The Sleep and Insomnia Center is dedicated to the comprehensive clinical evaluation and laboratory evaluation for patients with all types of sleep disorders. The center also serves as a medical referral facility for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders and provides education for both professionals and the community designed to increase awareness of sleep-related conditions. The Center’s highly trained and experienced staff includes physicians who are Board Certified in Sleep Medicine and registered polysomnographic technologists, who are proficient in evaluating and diagnosing a range of sleep difficulties and providing patient education. The Center is nationally accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). The team designs personalized treatment programs to manage a broad spectrum of sleep disorders in adults and children including obstructive sleep apnea; excessive daytime sleepiness; snoring; insomnia; restless legs syndrome; parasomnias; narcolepsy; shift work sleep disorder; jet lag syndrome and various other sleep problems. The Sleep Disorders Center offer new patients and returning patients appointments at which they meet with sleep specialists to discuss their problems, explain their medical histories and undergo physical examinations.