Company:The Sleep Wellness Institute
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Location(s):11725 N. Port Washington Road
It may sound dramatic, but it’s true. Proper sleep strengthens emotional and physical health. We make sure you consistently get that good night’s sleep.
The Sleep Wellness Institute specializes in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. It’s all we do. We are Wisconsin’s only independent sleep disorders center fully accredited for adults and children by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
You’ll be treated in a world-class facility. We offer comprehensive services with an expert understanding of sleep apnea, a potentially fatal disorder.
•You don’t need a doctor’s referral.
•Our team of experts will handle all insurance matters for you.
•We're centrally located within the Milwaukee area.
In 1994, the Sleep Wellness Institute became southeastern Wisconsin’s first independent sleep center. More than 10,000 patients report their lives have changed for the better after being treated here. We’ve grown by more than 135 percent because people trust us to correctly diagnose and treat their disorders. Just about every person we diagnose and treat leaves satisfied—98 percent. Eight in ten go so far as to recommend us to their family and friends.
Our 12-bed sleep center serves patients every day of the week. Having the most beds in southeastern Wisconsin enables us to schedule sleep studies quickly, usually within two weeks. That’s less than half the industry average time. In short, we help you feel better faster.
Relationships come first, and your comfort matters. You’ll receive responsive and attentive care. We take time to discuss with you the range of sleep disorders and treatment options. We’ll change your life by improving the quality of your sleep.
The Sleep Wellness Institute is proud to have created The Reggie White Sleep Disorders Research and Education Foundation. Reggie White was a former Green Bay Packer and NFL hall of famer who died at age 43 from complications related to sleep apnea. The Foundation embraces Reggie’s memory and legacy, and strives to bring awareness to all people about this life-threatening disorder.