Clinical Services

The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona practices a consult first approach to patient care—and has since the comprehensive sleep center opened in 2013. Patients enjoy a consultation with a sleep specialist before sleep testing takes place, but that isn’t always the case at other facilities. You always see a sleep medicine specialist first because doing so is critical to understanding your sleep complaints before ordering any testing. Your sleep is inherently tied to your overall health and well-being. We’ll help you achieve the sleep you need and deserve to be your best, healthiest self.

The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona

Consultation-First Approach

The Insomnia and Sleep Institute knows that any clinic is only as good as their diagnoses. A correct diagnosis is the key to appropriate therapies and treatments. During your consultation, your sleep specialist will perform a full evaluation to devise a personalized plan for testing and treatment (if appropriate). You’ll also meet with The Insomnia and Sleep Institute benefits coordinator to discuss coverage, authorizations, and more. We make everything transparent and straightforward, so you know your diagnosis and any recommended next steps.

The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona

A Team of Sleep Specialists

Our comprehensive sleep center is comparable to an academic sleep clinic, featuring impressive staffing levels. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute is home to four sleep specialists, a physician assistant with a Master’s in Sleep Medicine, nurse practitioners trained in sleep medicine, two clinical psychologists focused on cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, and additional teams including respiratory therapists along with medical assistants with a background in sleep science.

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Sleep for Your Health

Sleep disorders can be associated with, cause, or exacerbate a number of mental, emotional, and physical issues in those of all ages. These comorbidities can include type 2 diabetes, heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, and depression as well as anxiety. Good sleep health is important for everyone, and particularly those with concurrent chronic conditions such as Alzheimer’s, ADD/ADHD, cancer, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, kidney disease, Parkinson’s disease, and many other diseases.

“There is a reason [Dr. Ruchir P. Patel] was nominated by his peers for 6 consecutive years as Top Doctor in sleep medicine. He was focused on identifying the root cause of my sleep issues and not simply band-aiding the problem with sleep aides … I am now off all meds and sleeping the best I have in years.”

– Allison

Clinical Services

The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona is the comprehensive sleep center setting the standard for sleep medicine in the Phoenix Valley with comprehensive clinical testing and a consultation-first approach.

Diagnostic Testing

Outcome driven, the goal at The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona is a correct and efficient diagnosis and treatment for every patient. That is why our consultation-first model informs the next step in your sleep journey.

CBT for Insomnia

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia is a highly structured approach to help patients pinpoint and replace behaviors and thoughts that cause or exacerbate sleep disorders. The result? Better, sounder sleep and a reduction or elimination of sleep aids and medications.

CPAP and Supplies

The Insomnia and Sleep Institute is home to the best, safest, and most effective technologies and supplies for treating sleep disorders including CPAP machines. The correct treatment plan is critical and begins with a consultation with a sleep specialist.

Inspire OSA Implant

The Inspire implant is for those with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) who have not tolerated a CPAP device. Inspire is a surgically-implanted device that monitors breathing patterns and stimulates the throat muscles to open the airway while you sleep.

remedē System CSA implant

The remedē System implant is a surgically implanted device for those with central sleep apnea (CSA) that is moderate or severe. It stimulates the phrenic nerve in the diaphragm, which in turn tells the body to breathe.

Clinical Trials

We are the exclusive comprehensive sleep center in the Phoenix region hosting clinical trials for sleep complaints like insomnia. Don’t you deserve to have your sleep clinic blazing trails?