A child who has a sleep disorder can have learning, developmental, social or physical difficulties. A lack of sleep impacts your child and can affect the entire family’s quality of life.
Wolfson Children’s, home to the region’s only sleep disorders program just for children ages newborn to 18, provides consultation and follow-up care for a full range of pediatric sleep disorders to help kids get a good night’s sleep.
Wolfson Children’s Hospital has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the 50 best children’s hospitals in the nation for neurology and neurosurgery. Our team is involved in research and clinical trials and provides treatment options based on the latest medical advancements.
The Sleep Center at the Stys Neuroscience Institute brings together sleep medicine experts and other specialists who work with your family to carefully determine the cause for your child’s sleep disorder and create an individualized treatment plan.
Our neurologists work with other doctors to treat the underlying cause(s) of your child’s sleep disruption, such as GERD, epilepsy and seizures, obesity, respiratory problems, neuromuscular disease, craniofacial disorders, or ear, nose and throat issues.
Conditions We Treat
- Delayed sleep phase syndrome and circadian rhythm disorders
- Restless leg syndrome
- Narcolepsy and hypersomnia
- Sleep-disordered breathing
- Sleep-related rhythmic movement disorders
- Parasomnias (sleepwalking, sleep terrors)
- Bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis)
- Nocturnal seizures
Evaluation and Diagnosis
- Sleep study evaluation
- Non-invasive and complex ventilation evaluation
- Follow-up appointments to review sleep study results
Treatments We Offer
Our Sleep Center team of board-certified pediatric neurologists is led by a board-certified sleep medicine neurologist in our state-of-the-art facility. Together, they work with parents to make recommendations for treatment options.
The Sleep Center is located at Wolfson Children’s in Jacksonville, Florida, which serves the North Florida and South Georgia region and beyond with patients seeking care throughout the region.