Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders

The fully accredited Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders and its team of specially trained physicians can determine the cause of your sleepless nights and put you on the road to recovery.

Sleep Care

Sleep disorders are common, robbing people of rest. They impact your quality of life, leaving you sleepy — and can take a toll on your health.

The Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders specializes in helping you get your rest. Our sleep medicine specialists and sleep technologists help diagnose your sleepless nights.

Struggling to get a good night's sleep?

Take the next step to better sleep by taking our free sleep quiz. Find out if you’re at risk for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and how we can help. 

How sleep studies help you

During a sleep study, a medical sleep specialist called a polysomnographer monitors your vital signs while you sleep. 

These readings provide insight into the quality of your sleep.The results are reviewed by a sleep medicine doctor who can determine if you have a sleep disorder. If a sleep disorder is diagnosed, your sleep medicine doctor will work with you to correct the problem.

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Sleep studies we offer

The Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders is fully accredited to provide:

  • Full-night diagnostic studies (nocturnal polysomnogram, or NPSG)
  • Split-night diagnostic and therapeutic studies (NPSG with continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP)
  • Daytime multiple sleep latency tests
  • Pediatric sleep studies
  • Home sleep studies

Sleep labs in Carrollton, Villa Rica and Wedowee

The Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders has three regional locations to make sleep medicine convenient for you:

Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders - Carrollton
100 Professional Park, Suite 307, Carrollton, GA 30117
Phone: 770-812-9146

Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders - Villa Rica

690 Dallas Highway, Suite 303, Villa Rica, GA 30180
Phone: 770-812-3546

Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders - Wedowee
1032 South Main Street, Sleep Lab Suite, Wedowee, AL 36278
Phone: 770-812-9146

    Our sleep study rooms are comfortably appointed with spacious adjustable beds, cable television and private bathrooms.

    Home sleep studies

    We also offer in-home sleep studies. The monitoring equipment is supplied to you, and you can wear the equipment while you sleep in the comfort of your own home. 

    Not every sleep disorder can be accurately diagnosed with an in-home sleep study. Some studies require the specialized monitoring available in a sleep lab. 

    The importance of sleep health

    Sleep medicine isn’t just about helping you rest at night — it’s vital for your overall health.

    Sleep disorders like obstructive sleep apnea, one of the most common sleep disorders, can lead to severe daytime sleepiness, high blood pressure, an increased risk of heart attack and more. 

    If you suspect you have a sleep problem, talk to your doctor. 

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    Find a sleep specialist

    Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders has locations in Carrollton, Villa Rica and East Alabama. To make an appointment, call 770-812-9146.

    Some services, such as a sleep study, may require you to speak with your primary care provider about a referral. He or she will need to complete a standard order form for adults or for children.

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