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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 Disorders

We know that getting a good night’s sleep can be difficult for some people, and there are many sleep conditions that may be keeping them up at night.

Losing sleep at night not only affects you during the day, but can also put your health at risk for conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression and more.

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Types of sleep disorders

There are a variety of sleep disorders that can affect adults and children. We offer a sleep services — including lab and in-home sleep studies — to diagnose and treat a range of those conditions, including:

Think you may have a sleep disorder?

If you think you have a sleep disorder, the sleep medicine specialists at Tanner Center for Sleep Disorders can help you get back on track to your best night’s sleep.

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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.


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