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Center of Sleep Medicine
Sleep Services

Learn more about our Sleep Disorder Services at: (936) 266-3170.

request2CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Hospital Sleep Center offers the largest network of accredited sleep beds in Houston. Our medical team is comprised of physicians from various specialties including Pulmonary Medicine, Cardiology, and Otolaryngology. Our specialists come from private practice, Pulmonary Critical Care & Sleep Medicine Consultants and Kelsey-Seybold Clinic to form a comprehensive, multidisciplinary team dedicated to treating sleep disorders. 

The CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Hosptial Sleep Center is conveniently located in The Woodlands.


Sleep Apnea and Treatment
The National Institute of Health estimates 18 million Americans have sleep apnea. Find out if you are at risk and how we can help...  MORE.
Surgical Alternatives for Sleep Disorders
St. Luke's offers surgical alternatives for sleep disorders such as snoring, sleep apnea and more. Through a thorough consultation, we work with you to decide if a surgical alternative makes sense for you.  MORE.
St. Luke's Center of Sleep Medicine
St. Luke's Center of Sleep Medicine offers the largest network of accredited sleep beds in Houston and is staffed by specialists in pulmonology and cardiology...  MORE.
Why a Sleep Study?
Learn more about sleep studies and their benefits. The St. Luke's Center of Sleep Medicine, with 3 convenient locations, provides sleep studies with accredited and specialized professionals (with video).  MORE.
Preparing for Your Sleep Study
Let us help you come prepared for your sleep study. Knowing what to expect can help make your visit more productive and comfortable...  MORE.
CPAP Therapy
CPAP Therapy can be a breath of fresh air if you suffer from sleep apnea. Let us help you understand why CPAP is important and provide helpful tips on adapting to this therapy.  MORE.
Sleep Study Aftercare Program
Once you complete your sleep study, the information is scored by a licensed sleep technologist and the data is analyzed by a physician boarded in sleep medicine. A treatment plan is then created....  MORE.
Lifestyle Changes for Better Sleep
Lifestyle changes may be the stepping stones to better sleep. Learn more about how St. Luke's can help you learn and incorporate lifestyle changes that will make a difference in helping you sleep...  MORE.
Sleep and Your Heart
Sleep is a vital need to keep us active and healthy. Learn more about how St. Luke's can help with sleep and common cardiovascular issues...  MORE.
Sleep Apnea and Diabetes
Many people with obstructive sleep apnea have diabetes. Learn how St. Luke's can help treat your sleep apnea and reduce the risk of diabetes...  MORE.
Sleep Apnea and Asthma
Learn more about how we can help with Sleep Apnea and the complications posed by Asthma...  MORE.
Sleep Apnea and COPD
St. Luke's can help you better understand the interactions between Sleep Apnea and COPD. Let us help...  MORE.
Insomnia and Narcolepsy
Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder and can be treated. Narcolepsy is a neurological sleep disorder caused by the brain's inability to regulate sleep-wake cycles. Learn more about how St. Luke's can help with both...  MORE.
Sleepwalking and Restless Leg Syndrome
Some people suffer from disturbing behaviors during sleep that prevent them from a restful night's sleep. Learn more about how we can help with sleepwalking and restless leg syndrome...  MORE.
Sleep Services for Pilots
Learn more about how St. Luke's can help with your sleep disorder and keep you and your passengers safe...  MORE.
Sleep Service for Commercial Drivers
Sleepiness distorts your reaction time and thinking. Commercial drivers operate sizable vehicles that can impact their safety and the safety of others. Explore our services for commercial drivers...  MORE.
Sleep Services for Women
Women have added burdens when it comes to getting the sleep you need. Whether you are pregnant or just dealing with the hassles of daily life, we can help with your sleep disorder.  MORE.
Sleep Services for Teenagers
Studies show teenagers need 8.5 to 9.5 hours of sleep a night and not many get it. Let us help with both lifestyle and clinical solutions...  MORE.