Tim Daniel's sleep study at Via Christi Health


Tim Daniel
Vice President, The Coleman Company


"For years, I denied that I had a problem sleeping, even when my wife told me I was falling asleep during the day. When I began having severe leg cramps during the middle of the night, I knew something wasn't right."

"I talked with my doctor and he suggested that I undergo a sleep study. I was convinced that I wouldn't be able to fall asleep in a clinical setting, but it was a lot like sleeping at a hotel."

"They gave me a breathing machine to try out, and the next day, I couldn't wait to get one of my own. Three years later, the difference is still amazing."

Be rested ... be ready

An estimated 70 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. Via Christi Sleep Services' accredited, cutting-edge Sleep Labs can help you discover why you're having trouble sleeping.

Our licensed, experienced technicians conduct overnight sleep studies to diagnose your sleep problems. The results are then interpreted by one of our board-certified neurologists or pulmonary specialists. Via Christi's Sleep Labs are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, which means you can expect the highest quality care during your sleep study.

If you are having trouble sleeping, ask your doctor whether you might benefit from a sleep study. Or contact us to learn more.

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Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea?

Via Christi Home Medical offers sleep therapy equipment, training and six months of support from a respiratory therapist.

Studies show this higher level of support has resulted in success rates 36% higher than the industry average.*


*Via Christi Home Medical 2009 CPAP/BIPAP compliance as compared to industry averages. Compliance is defined as the patient wearing a PAP device at least four hours per night on 70 percent of the nights in a consecutive 30-day period. Via Christi Home Medical's weighted average across all markets is 77 percent compared to an industry average of 41 percent for the same time period.