Sleep Centers of Texas

Welcome to a good night's sleep...

Sleep Centers of Texas

Welcome to a good night's sleep...

Sleep Centers of Texas

Welcome to a good night's sleep...

Sleep Centers of Texas

Welcome to a good night's sleep...

Sleep Centers of Texas

Sleep Centers located in San Antonio, TX & Ennis, TX

About Sleep Centers of Texas

Quality sleep is vital to good health and well-being. Research shows that not getting enough sleep places a tremendous strain on your body and overall health. Chronic lack of sleep, or getting poor quality sleep, increases the risk of developing certain disorders, including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, depression, dementia, and cancer. More importantly, insufficient sleep can ultimately affect life expectancy and shorten your lifespan.

Sleep Centers of Texas is an accredited full-service sleep disorder center that offers patients with sleep-related disorders comprehensive care from initial diagnostic testing and treatment to ongoing monitoring and disease management throughout the patient’s lifetime. We offer a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for adults and children and, for those patients diagnosed with sleep apnea, we also sell the PAP devices and related accessories and supplies for PAP therapy.

As health care professionals, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care in the field of sleep medicine. Our facilities are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (San Antonio, TX) and Joint Commission (Ennis, TX). By providing state-of-the-art patient care, we strive not only to address your immediate health concerns but also to put you on the path to long-term health.

If you suspect that you have a sleep-related disorder, please contact us directly for an initial consultation or ask your primary care provider or specialist to refer you to one of our facilities. We look forward to working with you to address your sleep-related health concerns and we appreciate the opportunity to help you achieve a good night's sleep.

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