Sleep Disorder Center 

The Sleep Disorder Center is located at:

897 Von Kolnitz Road

Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

(843) 856-7157 


If you’re not enjoying restful sleep each night, you could have something as common as insomnia or as serious as sleep apnea.  Fortunately, you’re about to discover a place dedicated to diagnosing these and other sleep-related ailments.  

Thousands of people in the Lowcountry suffer from sleep-related problems, including everything from snoring and sleep walking to restless leg syndrome and sleep apnea.  So in keeping with our commitment to grow with the community, we built a facility specifically designed to help with these disorders.  





Located on the campus of East Cooper Medical Center, the Sleep Disorder Center is staffed by highly-skilled sleep specialists and equipped with the latest technologies for evaluating the causes of sleep deprivation. We can perform studies on patients as young as age six. 

We’ll figure out whatever it is you’re losing sleep over.  

Once you arrive at the Sleep Disorder Center, our staff will perform a thorough examination of your sleep history and habits.  At that point, you will undergo a sleep study to learn more about your problems.  

The sleep studies are conducted in one of our four private sleep suites, which feature comfortable, home-like decor, a queen-sized bed, cable television and a private bath with shower.  During the study, small sensors are attached to the face, scalp and body to record sleep patterns, eye movements, muscle tone, heart rate, breathing, body movements and oxygen levels.  



Our goal is to help you rest easier.

After we’ve collected this data, it’s evaluated by a board-certified physician specializing in sleep medicine.  Your referring physician will then receive a complete sleep report, including definition and diagnosis of the problem, plus a recommended treatment plan. The Sleep Disorder Center can also help with education for you and your family.  

So if you’re having trouble getting the sleep you need, wake up and do something about it. Talk to your doctor about getting help at the Sleep Disorder Center.