See Our New Location
999 Murray Holladay Road, suite 201
Murray, UT 84117
We care about our patients, and want to make sure we’re providing the most modern, most complete and accurate sleep disorder testing and treatment. We understand how important sleep is for overall health and safety, so we’re your allies for better wellbeing. Come see us at our new location, to see how we can better serve you.
What Patients Say
Maya Thomas is absolutely amazing, intelligent, communicative, caring and kind. We love her.
Dr. Thomas listens and is very thorough! Plus she really cares about her patients! She is so knowledgable and I feel safe in her care. She is a consummate professional but is open to all possibilities (rare in medicine today). Outstanding doctor! Office staff very efficient and kind.
The journey with Dr. Thomas is a good one. I would highly recommend everyone here. Great staff and doctor. Your staff is so friendly and helpful. An office visit is a pleasure.
I had an appointment with you today and you completely blew me away with information and answered so many of my questions. I never knew so much of what I was experiencing could be related to the sleep study results, sleep apnea! I just wanted to thank you for informing me and I am so excited to see how this will help me. THANK YOU SO MUCH”
The sleep study could not have gone better. Both technicians were helpful, friendly, and very attentive. I had worried needlessly. It was all quite pleasant. I’m looking forward to receiving the results. Excellent care from the staff. Excellent accommodations.
Myths About Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disorders
MYTH: If you’re not overweight or obese, you most likely do not have sleep apnea.
MYTH: If you don’t snore, you likely don’t have sleep apnea.
MYTH: If you do not have desaturations on an overnight oximetry or sleep study, you do not have sleep apnea.
MYTH: If you wake up with a morning headache, it is most likely because of sleep apnea.
FACT: Individuals with a normal BMI can have sleep apnea or Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome.
FACT: Snoring can be absent in individuals with sleep apnea.
FACT: Oxygen saturations can be normal. The EEG arousals from sleep apnea and work of breathing through a narrow airway contribute to fatigue and medical morbidity.
FACT: Morning headaches are not decisive symptoms for sleep apnea. In many cases, however, migraine frequency is exacerbated in untreated sleep apnea.