The Sleeping Disorders Centre is a new and innovative service led by consultant surgeon Mr Michael Oko. We provide an accurate and prompt diagnosis of various sleep problems including sleep apnoea and snoring treatment and help to identify the most appropriate treatment for you. Problem snoring and sleep apnoea are a more widespread problem than most people think. Often people do not even realise that they are suffering. If you are concerned that you might have a sleep problem, you can arrange to see Michael Oko at his Harley Street clinic in London.

Our Aim
Our aim is to deliver high quality clinical care in a friendly environment. We are very keen to provide an excellent quality of care. You will be kindly asked to fill in an electronic questionnaire following your consultation. This will help us to continually improve our quality of care.

Long-Term Care
We provide rapid access clinics where we can review patients who have problems with their CPAP machines or masks. This is very important as we understand that continuity of treatment is crucial for people suffering from sleep apnoea and problem snoring. We use advanced computing technology to remotely monitor our patients on therapy to reduce the number of hospital visits required. A Free phone number is provided to our patients with telephone support to help them with any queries they may have. CPAP machines and accessories are couriered to the patient’s home and annual services and upgrades are provided so that you will always have the latest and up to date machines available to use.

Signs of Sleep Apnoea
Warning signs to look out for:

  • Loud snoring
  • Breath holding at night (apnoea)
  • Daytime fatigue
  • Short term memory loss
  • Multiple trips to urinate through the night
  • Early morning headaches
  • Loss of interest in sex

Our service provides accurate and prompt diagnosis of the causes of sleep apnoea and identifies the most appropriate treatment for both NHS and private patients. Everyone is different, and this is something that we will take into account when analysing your sleep and deciding upon a treatment.