Homewood Suites by Hilton®, Manchester/Airport
1000 Perimeter Road
Manchester, NH 03101
Please call us at 603-663-6680 for more information.
Sleep Disorders are linked to heart disease, depression, obesity and lower life expectancy. If you snore loudly, awaken short of breath, find it hard to stay awake during the day, have many headaches or experience memory problems, you may be suffering from Sleep Apnea Syndrome.
Any individual with a sleep complaint can be seen at the Center, which was established in 1984. Many people are referred by their physicians or you can contact us directly. Your first appointment will be an office visit which includes an interview with a sleep-specialist and a brief physical exam. During the visit, a decision will made if a formal sleep study is needed.
The provider staff at the Elliot Sleep Evaluation Center is comprised of specialists in sleep medicine who will review your medical history and complete a physical exam during your initial visit. Your doctor will discuss your specific sleep complaints in order to develop the best treatment plan for you. Your doctor may recommend the use of overnight sleep study to help identify the specific causes of your sleep disorder. The Elliot Sleep Evaluation Center has sleep specialists with expertise in adult and pediatric sleep disorders.
You will arrive at Homewood Suites Hotel and check in to receive your designated private room and room key. You can check in at your arrival time.
A technologist will greet you after your designated arrival time and explain the process for your sleep study. The sleep technologist will apply sensors which take about an hour and you will be able to walk around the room until the study begins. You will be able to follow your normal routine prior to going to sleep. During the night, a technologist will be available to assist you as needed.
Typically, you will be awakened at 6 am, unless a later or earlier wake up time is desirable. Please keep in mind that the equipment takes approximately 20 minutes to remove. Once all the equipment is removed you will be able to resume your normal morning activities. Please remember a complementary buffet breakfast is available to you in the hotel dining area from 6-9 am for your convenience, to minimize disruption to your daily routine.
Sometimes, an additional daytime test is needed to measure daytime sleepiness. This daytime test is called a Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) and can be used to aid in the diagnosis of sleep apnea, narcolepsy and sleep/wake cycle disorders. You will likely be in the sleep diagnostic center until late afternoon on the day of this study.
Once your study is complete, the results of the diagnostic tests are made available to your provider. Your results will be reviewed by the treatment team to discuss your sleep disorder diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
For further information about sleep disorders or to schedule an appointment, call The Elliot Sleep Evaluation Center at 603-663-6680.