We Care About You and Your Sleep

Amory Sleep Solutions is an AASM accredited, full-service sleep apnea testing facility centrally located in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Our professional and technical staff possesses the experience and knowledge necessary to provide you with the finest patient care available. Formerly known as Wilkes-Barre Sleep Solutions, we have been serving the patients of the Wyoming Valley and surrounding communities since 2006. We utilize the latest, fully computerized monitoring equipment in the field of sleep medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Our technicians work closely with our Board Certified Sleep Specialist and referring physicians to implement a successful program for each patient.

We at Amory Sleep Solutions are…

We at Amory Sleep Solutions are…

Dedicated to improving the lives of our patients through sleep management.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions and answers from A to Zzzzz…. Getting help for a sleep disorder can make a big difference in your life. No matter what kind of concern you have, we have the answers you need to make an informed decision.

A sleep disorder disrupts and disturbs your overall quality of life. It can affect a child, teen, adult, parent or senior citizen.

You might have a sleep disorder if:

Your snoring disturbs your bed partnerYou have trouble falling asleep at night more than three times a week.You wake up often during the night.You feel tired throughout the day.You find yourself falling asleep while driving, at work or in class.You have an itchy, crawly feeling in your legs.You wake up with a headache or a dry/sore throat.

Sleep apnea, in which breathing stops or gets very shallow during sleep. Each pause typically lasts 10-20 seconds or more, and can occur 20 to 30 times an hour.

Insomnia, which includes difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep, waking up too early and/or poor quality of sleep.


Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), characterized by a strong, often uncontrollable urge to move your legs immediately before sleep, or other odd feelings like burning, prickling, itching or tingling.


Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD), in which patients have repetitive, uncontrollable and often imperceptive muscle spasms during non-REM sleep.


Narcolepsy, sometimes called “sleep attacks,” means falling asleep at unusual times and in awkward places.


Parasomnias, a category of undesirable physical or verbal behaviors during sleep, such as sleepwalking, bed-wetting, teeth grinding, frequent nightmares, night terrors, nocturnal seizures or sleep paralysis.

Roughly 40 million Americans have a sleep disorder – and most are completely unaware of it. Many who are aware they have a diagnosable sleep disorder seek the help they need.

Yes – some of the common risk factors for sleep disorders include:
Age: While sleep problems affect all ages, they’re more common in middle and older-age adults. Children have different sleep patterns, resulting in unique pediatric sleep problems.
Gender:  Women are more likely to suffer from insomnia; men are more likely to have sleep apnea.
Weight: The more you weigh, the more likely you are to develop a sleep disorder.
Anatomy: Some people have structural abnormalities in the sinuses, mouth, throat or elsewhere in the upper airway.
Drug or alcohol use: Medications, alcohol or illegal drugs can interfere with normal sleep patterns or the ability to awaken from sleep.
Other medical problems: People who suffer from high blood pressure or depression are also at higher risk.

Sure – doctors call it “sleep hygiene.” Just like dental hygiene, developing the right habits can have a big impact on your health.
Nighttime rituals might seem like a too-easy solution, but the following guidelines have been proven to be critical in establishing healthy sleep patterns:

Go to bed at the same time every night.
Always sleep in a bed in a dark, quiet room – avoid the temptation to sleep in a recliner or on the couch.
Give yourself time to unwind from daily activities to help clear your mind.
Follow the same “getting ready for bed” routine every night.
Get regular daily exercise.
Don’t eat within four hours of going to bed.
Avoid all caffeine six hours before bedtime.
Avoid alcohol and tobacco two hours before bedtime.

We offer a Comprehensive treatment program – not just sleep studies.Our multidisciplinary approach brings together three medical specialties, including Neurology, Pulmonology, Dental Sleep MedicineOur Sleep Center convenient and comfortable.Our patients love to share their before and after success stories.We’re accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Your Primary care Physician can order a study if there is a suspected disorder, by submitting office notes addressing a problem as well as a prescription. All information will be reviewed by our Board Certified Sleep Specialist for approval of testing .Our sleep center technicians are available 24 hours a day.
In most cases, a sleep study is recommended by a primary care physician or sleep medicine specialist.
If you think you might need a sleep study, a referral specialist at Amory Sleep Solutions can point you in the right direction by calling 570-270-6525 or by faxing documents to 570-270-6527.

Since opening our new sleep center, We have a 99.7 % Patient satisfaction rating with Facility. Using NCPAP/ BiPAP these forms of sleep disorder breathing treatments are nearly 100% effective . For people who are Claustrophobic or have a mild to moderate breathing problem can be referred for a Dental appliance consultation in our adjoining suite. { this will be on a case to case basis.

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