Sleeping problems are a common occurrence in neurological and mental health diseases. Not only does this impact negatively on these diseases, but sleeping problems can often be an early indicator that helps with diagnosis. These bi-directional relationships between sleep and disease form the basis for much of the research we are conducting.
Increasingly, the consequences of sleep disorders are being linked to loss of overall health, well-being and longevity. In particular, poor sleep is associated with brain-ageing related health problems and diseases.
The Woolcock NeuroSleep Clinic is a world-leading medical centre specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, neurodegenerative and/or mental health problems. Our dedicated clinicians are at the forefront of international health research, ensuring our patients get access to the very latest approaches in healthcare.
Our unique, interdisciplinary approach ensures patients get access to a range of specialists under one roof with expert skills to treat different aspects of their conditions including neurology, sleep medicine, psychiatry, geriatrics, and rehabilitation medicine.
We offer an integrated service for patients who often have overlapping comorbidities. These may include:
As part of your diagnosis, you may be referred for a sleep study. Please click here for more information.
The Woolcock NeuroSleep Clinic recognises the growing evidence that links sleep and neurodegenerative diseases and facilitates the clinical research being conducted by many of Australia's leading researchers in the field. These research efforts have been supported by the NHMRC, through a series of Clinical Research Excellence grants that have allowed us to advance the field.
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Please note that the Woolcock Clinic is a fee-charging clinic and fees are charged at the doctor’s discretion.