Waterbury, CT (Frost Rd) Sleep Treatment


The team here at the Waterbury clinic of the DOCS Medical Group offers at-home sleep tests to individuals suffering from sleep disorders. The tests are performed in the comfort of your home, and are used to gather sleep data necessary for the diagnosis of sleep disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).  For more information, contact our Waterbury clinic today.

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506 Frost Road
Waterbury, CT 06705

(203) 437-8368

(203) 805-4316


At Home Sleep Testing Services

What Is an At Home Sleep Test?

At-home sleep testing allows patients to perform the test in their own comfortable surroundings. The tests monitor various sleep patterns, interruptions and breathing patterns. A report is generated during the testing process, which is used by our doctors in their analysis and diagnosis of a sleep disorder.                 

Common Sleep Apnea symptoms include:

  •    Waking up with a very sore or dry throat
  •    Loud snoring
  •    Occasionally waking up with a choking or gasping sensation
  •    Sleepiness or lack of energy during the day
  •    Sleepiness while driving
  •    Morning headaches
  •    Restless sleep

Our dedicated team here at the DOCS Medical Group in Waterbury consults with patients and provides them with at-home sleep tests. The test results generated show sleep and breathing patterns that are mandatory to an accurate assessment and analysis. Though the tests are quite accurate, they do not monitor how long you are asleep, and whether you are a light or a heavy sleeper.

At Home Sleep Tests

Sleep Apnea Testing

The various results accumulated during the at-home sleep apnea testing are studied and analyzed by one of our doctors in their efforts to define whether or not you suffer from a sleep disorder. From sleep patterns to monitoring how many times you stop breathing while sleeping, all results are essential to your diagnosis.

Here at the Waterbury clinic, we offer all our valued patients insight on how to perform the sleep test, and how to properly attach and align the sleep sensors.

Measuring Your Results

A complete record is generated during the testing period, reflecting all sleep and breathing activities. At the completion of the test, the accumulated data is shared with your primary care doctor who will analyze and assess all the information. Once they have completed their review, they will reach out to schedule a follow up appointment with you to go over all their findings.

If results indicate that you suffer from OSA, your primary care doctor will refer you to a sleep specialist. If results do not reflect OSA, then your doctor may want to perform additional testing to further analyze your symptoms.

Sleep Disorder Treatment

When the test results point to the presence of OSA, your doctor will immediately refer you to one of our licensed sleep specialists located at our Norwalk or Orange locations. They will do a continued evaluation and assessment of your test results, and will ultimately design a personalized treatment plan for you.

Norwalk Office
677 Connecticut Ave Norwalk, 06854

Orange Office
521 Boston Post Rd Orange, 06477

At Home Sleep Testing in Waterbury When You Need It

If you have difficulty sleeping, or think you may suffer from a sleep disorder, then contact the licensed team here at the Waterbury clinic for your at-home sleep test. You will need to perform the test in your own home, and pass along all results accumulated to your doctor. The data obtained will assist your doctor in making an accurate diagnosis of your sleep disorder. Don’t delay. Reach out to our Waterbury clinic today.