Sleep Disorders Center
At various points in our lives, all of us suffer from a lack of sleep. But, if you are spending enough time in bed and still wake up tired or feel very sleepy during the day, you may have a sleep disorder. We can help.
Our Sleep Disorders Center, located at 2271 Deerfield Lane, Helena, Montana, offers a comprehensive suite of sleep services to Montana Veterans. This includes initial sleep disorders consult review by a licensed sleep provider, with follow up Sleep MD and PA clinics, in-lab and at-home sleep studies, ln-lab PAP titrations including CPAP, BiPAP and advanced PAP modalities such as ASV and AVAPS, nocturnal oximetry and actigraphy. All studies performed are interpreted by a board-certified sleep physician.
We provide comprehensive evaluation, treatment and patient education for a variety of sleep disorders including, but not limited to, circadian rhythm disorders, hypersomnias (sleepiness), insomnia, parasomnias, sleep related movement disorders, and sleep related breathing disorders. Our sleep providers will work with your doctors if you are a candidate for surgery or dental appliances to help you get a good night’s sleep.
CPAP compliance and follow-up is available by licensed RTs in four VA clinics (Helena VA Clinic, Benjamin Charles Steele VA Clinic, Great Falls VA Clinic, and David J. Thatcher VA Clinic), to include remote data monitoring. RTs work with the Sleep MD/PA like an RN in a PACT team as a case manager for patients with Sleep disorders. This allows the team to provide comprehensive, collaborative Sleep care which also includes same day access. For PAP supplies contact your assigned RT.
In-lab Polysomnography is available only at the Helena Sleep Disorders Center to include: overnight diagnostic testing, PAP titration, and multiple sleep latency/mean wakefulness testing.
Home sleep testing is available statewide by UPS courier services or face-to-face pickup at the Helena Sleep Disorders Center.
In collaboration with behavioral health clinicians, Montana Veterans have access to cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-i) across the state via face-to-face or telehealth appointments.
Clinic Chief: Diana Corzine, MD, ABMS-Sleep