The team of clinicians in our Lung Health, ENT and Neurology centre boasts an unrivalled breadth of expertise and experience. This means patients will see a specialist who knows their condition inside out, and who will make sure they access the tests they need straight away.
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Why the Sleep Centre at OneWelbeck?
A Stand-Out Experience
OneWelbeck takes a multi-specialty approach to sleep disorders, with leading consultants across Respiratory, Neurology, ENT and Cardiology who all have expertise in the various medical conditions which impact sleep. We offer a full specialist evaluation, and a range of home diagnostic sleep studies including sleep apnoea screening devices, NOX T3 studies, actigraphy watch and sleep diary for insomnia.
At-Home Sleep Diagnostics Study
At OneWelbeck we have an advanced diagnostics pathway for those struggling with their sleep and experiencing symptoms such as snoring or insomnia. Our diagnostics is made simple, and can be carried out in the comfort of your home.
CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)
Treatment Made Easy
CPAP is a form of treatment that uses continuous positive airway pressure to keep your airways stented open whilst you sleep, which is particularly useful for those diagnosed with sleep apnoea. Learn more about our complete annual package for your ongoing care.
The myths about why insomnia is harmful
Insomnia isn't just about getting less sleep, which could be considered normal for some people. Instead, it's about the negative impact that this lack of sleep has on our daytime functioning. This is one of the harmful effects of insomnia.
Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA): explained
Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a common condition marked by abnormal breathing during sleep and whilst it can affect both children and adults, it is more prevalent in men than in women. Mr Khalid Ghufoor Consultant ENT Head and Neck Airway Surgeon gives an overview of obstructive sleep apnoea and treatment options for the condition.
4 reasons you are struggling to sleep
For many of us, making a few small changes to our daily routines and sleeping environment can improve our quality of sleep. But for others who suffer from sleeping disorders, medical intervention might be needed. Prof. Michael Polkey at OneWelbeck Lung Health explains some of the main reasons you might be getting a bad night’s sleep and when you should see a sleep specialist so you can get a good night’s rest.
Specialist expertise: Head, Neck, Acute and chronic cough, Snoring, Sleep Apnea, Thyroid Disorders, Laryngology, Endocrine Surgery, Neck Lumps, Head and Neck Cancer, Salivary Gland Lumps, Tonsil and Adenoid Disorders, Swallowing Disorders, Sinusitis, Nasal Polyps, Nasal Allergy, Microlaryngoscopy, Larynx and Vocal Fold Surgery, Airway Obstruction, Throat and Neck Pain, Nasal Blockage, Tracheal Surgery, Laser Surgery, Airway Reconstruction, Tonsillectomy, Palatal Surgery, Robotic Surgery, Head and Neck Cancer Surgery, Lymph Node Excision, Neck Dissection, Thyroidectomy, Parotidectomy, Submandibular Gland Excision, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Septal and Turbinate Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Specialist expertise: Breathlessness, Fibrosis, Sarcoidosis, Sleep Apnea, Asthma, Acute and chronic cough, Respiratory Medicine, COPD, Lung Cancer, Respiratory Failure, Interstitial Lung Diseases, Bronchiectasis.