What We Treat

Our technologists, respiratory therapists, nurses and doctors evaluate, diagnose and treat children with a variety of sleep disorders, including:

  • Snoring, obstructive sleep apnea
  • Insomnia (difficulty sleeping at night)
  • Bedtime resistance
  • Nighttime awakenings
  • Sleepwalking
  • Sleep terrors
  • Nightmares
  • Narcolepsy
  • Hypersomnia (abnormal daytime sleepiness)
  • Restless legs syndrome/Periodic limb movement disorder
  • Abnormal movements in sleep

Location updates

Children's at Town Center Outpatient Care Center is now open
We are pleased to announce we have expanded pediatric pulmonology services to Cobb county. The Scottish Rite-based providers will be rotating at the new facility. Call 404-785-0588 to make an appointment.

Lake Hearn office is moving
Our Lake Hearn office will close on March 16, 2018. Our practice and entire staff will be moving to a new office less than 2 miles away. The new office will open on March 26 at 859 Mount Vernon Highway, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328. All other office will remain open during this transition.

North Druid Hills office is moving
In September, our practice, along with our doctors, nurses and staff, will be moving from our North Druid Hills office to a new location in the Center for Advanced Pediatrics. This facility is located at 1400 Tullie Road NE in Atlanta. We are scheduled to open in the new building Sept. 18. All other offices will remain open.

Services We Offer

Sleep evaluations

At Children's, we offer two kinds of sleep evaluations:

  • Daytime sleep consultation: The first step to evaluating and managing a sleep disorder may be a daytime consultation with a sleep disorder physician in his or her office.
  • Overnight sleep study: Your doctor may determine that your child should undergo an overnight sleep study (polysomnogram) at one of our sleep labs.

Good sleep habits

Your child should:

  • Have a 20- to 30-minute relaxing bedtime routine that is the same every night; this can include reading a book or talking about his day.
  • Go to bed at night and get up in the morning at the same time every day.
  • Have a comfortable, quiet and dark bedroom; he will sleep better in a room that is cool.
  • Get exercise every day.

Your child should not:

  • Have caffeine at least three to four hours before bedtime.
  • Have a TV in his bedroom; he can easily develop the bad habit of “needing” the TV to fall asleep.
  • Play video games or use the computer before bedtime.
  • Go to bed hungry; a light snack before bed is OK.
  • Use the bedroom for time-out or other punishment. You want your child to think of his bedroom as a good place, not a bad one.

Our Unique Approach

At Children's, we combine the latest technology and research with a caring, child-friendly approach, making us a top choice for children and teens with sleep disorders.

Learn more about what makes Children's special

Meet the Team

Meet our pediatric sleep specialists

Our Egleston-based providers (Drs. Leu and Torrez) see patients at our North Druid Hills office and Marcus Autism Center. Our Scottish Rite-based providers (Drs. Kim and Montgomery) see patients at our Lake Hearn, Alpharetta and Newnan offices.

Helpful Resources

Forms and other resources

Download our overnight sleep study brochure

Request a new patient appointment

Appointment cancellations

While keeping appointments is important for your child's treatment, we understand other obligations may arise. If you are unable to make your child's appointment, cancel the appointment as soon as possible. When you don't cancel appointments, you prevent other children from being seen and receiving important care and treatment. We appreciate your help and understanding.

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