Sleep Medicine Clinic

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At Montreal Neurotherapy Center, patients with sleep disorders receive comprehensive care from psychiatrists, psychologists, neurofeedback clinicians and neurotherapists.


Did you know?


Diagnosing Your Sleep Disorder


Sleep Disorder Treatments


A 15 minutes FREE consultation

Teletherapy and Digital Health

In light of the current situation, we are pleased to offer Telehealth services for mental or neurological disorders. We offer an online physical and cognitive rehabilitation program as an alternative treatment option to meet the individual needs of our clients.



If you or your loved one are still experiencing these issues and have reached the limits of current/past treatment, register for a free 15 mins phone call to learn more about Sleep Disorder Treatments. 

40% of Canadians will experience a sleep disorder during their lifetime. Sleep deprivation is linked with hearth disease, heart attacks, diabetes, and obesity. Not getting enough sleep affects your emotional regulation.


– We collect a brief history of the problem 

– We discuss your medical records if any

– We explain additional testing/evaluation needed

– We explain the content of the program

– We explain the costs

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Unhealthy sleep and sleep deprivation are linked to neurological conditions, heart disease, depression, obesity and lower life expectancy. Roughly 40 per cent of Canadians will experience a sleep disorder during their lifetime, which can lead to serious health risks over time, according to sleep research.

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Primary sleep disorders are caused by endogenous abnormalities in the mechanisms regulating the sleep-wake cycle. Secondary sleep disorders stem from comorbid conditions, including neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s disease, or psychiatric disorders that can cause disruptions in normal sleep-wake mechanisms.  

Common conditions include but are not limited to the following:

– Sleep Apnea

– Narcolepsy

– Insomnia

– Snoring

– Sleepwalking, kicking, and talking

– Excessive daytime sleepiness

– Difficulties with shiftwork

– Abnormal sleep behavior

– Daytime sleepiness and fatigue

– REM behavior disorder

– Restless leg syndrome

The Sleep Medicine Center at Neurotherapy Montreal is a state-of-the-art facility whose providers treat a breadth of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia, restless leg syndrome/periodic limb movement disorder and circadian rhythm abnormalities.

We provide multidisciplinary assessment, treatment, and follow-up consultation services for patients with neurological conditions and/or suspected or diagnosed sleep-related problems.

We offer various current treatment options.

Sleep Disorder

Dr. Katéri A. Champagne

Medical Director

Diplomat of the American Board of Sleep Medicine.

Director of The Sleep Medicine clinic at Neurotherapy Montreal. A pneumonologist and a graduate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine (ABSM), Dr. Katéri is supported by a talented team of medical specialists and specialized technologists.


Dr. Katia Gagnon, PhD, PsyD

Neuropsychologist and psychologist specializing in the treatment of sleep disorders

She holds a doctorate in research and intervention from the University of Quebec in Montreal. She conducted research at the Center for Advanced Studies in Sleep Medicine on obstructive sleep apnea and mild cognitive impairment. Dr. Gagnon then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Montreal in the Sleep Laboratory of the Rivière-des-Prairies Mental Health Hospital. Her clinical experience has been acquired with various clienteles. Dr. Gagnon has completed clinical internships in child sleep in Montreal and Australia (Brisbane University). She has developed expertise in the treatment of sleep disorders in pediatrics and child psychiatry. She has also worked for several years with an adult clientele with sleep disorders.


Dr. Véronique Latreille, PhD Neuropsychologist

Véronique Latreille, doctor in neuropsychology, has been a member of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec since 2019. Dr. Latreille has specialized expertise in sleep, aging and neurology. She obtained her doctorate (Ph.D.) in 2016 at the University of Montreal and her work focused on the links between sleep changes and cognitive decline in adults with Parkinson’s disease. She completed two postdoctoral fellowships (Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital and McGill University/Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) to study sleep and memory disturbances in adults with refractory epilepsy. Dr. Latreille is the recipient of numerous awards for her work and presentations at international conferences and has obtained several prestigious scholarships. She is the author and co-author of around thirty published scientific articles. Dr. Latreille offers specialized sleep intervention services (cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia) in the form of individual and group follow-ups with adults and seniors. For an elderly clientele or those with mild cognitive impairment, she also offers specialized cognitive intervention services (memory, attention) in small groups or in individual meetings. Dr. Latreille offers services in French and in English.


Dr. Nicolas Martin, PhD Psychologist

Dr. Martin holds a doctorate in psychology from the University of Montreal and has been a member of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec since 2016. He practices psychotherapy in a private office, in addition to acting as a supervisor, trainer and speaker in clinical activities relating to sleep. His specialized expertise is based on several years of research activity at the Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medicine (CARSM) of the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal and at the Cyclotron Research Center (CRC) of the University of Liège in Belgium, where he studied sleep neurophysiology and incorporated this knowledge into his clinical practice.


Any visit to a doctor’s office can be nerve-wracking.

At the Montreal Neurotherapy Sleep Medecine Clinic we want to be sure that you are fully prepared for your appointment to ensure every visit goes smoothly.

This requires some preparation on your part to be sure you have all the information and material necessary for the appointment readily available.

The first step toward resolving your sleep issue, even before an appointment with one of our sleep specialists, is to complete a patient questionnaire.

This will give your physician and other staff members at the Montreal Neurotherapy Sleep Medecine Clinic detailed information about your sleep problems and any other health issues related to your condition.

Your doctor will use this information during your consultation to ensure you receive the best possible care and all of your sleep related issues are addressed.

Here are some helpful hints to help you schedule your appointment, prepare for the visit and ensure you know what to expect every step of the way.


Diagnosing Your Sleep Disorder

The Sleep medecine Clinic at Neurotherapy Montreal is committed to making a thorough assessment of your sleep issues so that we can fully understand your condition and create a treatment plan specific to your needs.

Common Comorbid Neurological, Psychiatric Conditions Evaluating potential primary or secondary causes of sleep disorders can be especially challenging when it comes to neurological disease and psychiatric disorders because the conditions often happen at the same time.

The prevalence of this REM behavior disorder in patients with Parkinson’s disease is believed to be about 15% to 60%. In people who have Alzheimer’s disease, for example, sleep can become fragmented, making it difficult for them to stay asleep.

One of the things we can see in Parkinson’s is an REM behavior disorder, in which patients actually act out their dreams at night.

1. Consultation

2. Overnight, attended sleep study

3. Daytime, attended sleep study

4. Home sleep study

5. Sleep Disorder Treatments

Polysomnograms (PSG)

Overnight, attended sleep studies –known as nocturnal polysomnograms (PSG)– are conducted in a sleep lab where you’re monitored (or attended) all night by a trained sleep technologist. During the study, we assess your sleep stages by recording brainwaves (EEG), eye movements (EOG) and muscle tone (EMG). We also carefully examine your breathing throughout the night by measuring your airflow, breathing effort, snoring and oxygen saturation. Leg movements and heart rate (ECG) are also monitored to provide a comprehensive evaluation of your sleep.

Collecting all this data requires the sleep technologist to apply numerous sensors before you go to sleep. The set up procedure is quite complex and usually takes about 90 minutes. The hook up includes applying sensors on the scalp, face, throat, chest, finger and legs.

There are three common types of overnight sleep studies:

Diagnostic Evaluation:

This study measures your sleep without any intervention. It’s typically used to diagnose or rule out a disorder.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Titration:

During a CPAP titration, the technologist adjusts the setting on the CPAP machine to determine how much air pressure is needed to normalize your breathing.

Split Night Study:

A split night study is a combination of a diagnostic and CPAP titration study.

The first half is used to diagnose sleep apnea and then midway through the night CPAP is started. The sleep tech spends the rest of the night adjusting the pressure until breathing has been normalized.

Home Sleep Study (Portable Monitoring)

To test for OSA at home sleep study is a simplified version of an overnight, attended sleep study that focuses on nocturnal breathing.

Home sleep studies are only used to diagnose or rule out obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Because the emphasis is on breathing, it’s possible to use fewer sensors.

Not all patients are good candidates for a home test. If you need a sleep study, your doctor will make a recommendation based on your specific situation whether you should have your test done in the lab or at home.


Sleep Disorder Treatments

The key to successfully treating a sleep disorder is an accurate diagnosis. There are over 100 different sleep disorders, and each of those has a different treatment approach. For some disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea , there are several choices available, so it is important that you discuss the options with your physician and develop a treatment plan.

If you would like to pursue a treatment for a previously diagnosed sleep disorder, schedule an appointment with the Neurotherapy Montreal Medicine Center.

Visit the Planning Your Visit section for more details. See below for more information about treatment options.


Treatments for sleep related breathing disorders

Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Therapies

A treatment for sleep apnea which uses a machine to help keep the patient’s airways open while sleeping. Types of PAP machines include CPAP, BiLevel, AVAP, and Servo Ventilators.

Behavioral measures for sleep disorders

Non-surgical treatments for sleep and breathing related disorders.

Oral appliances

A device worn in the mouth during sleep to keep the soft tissue in the airway from collapsing as a treatment for sleep apnea and other airway-obstruction sleep disorders.

Positional therapy

Therapy to enable patients with sleep apnea or other obstruction disorders to train them to sleep on their sides, effectively resolving or reducing sleep disordered breathing.

Treatments for insomnia

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI)

Therapy to guide patients through a series of changes in sleep-related behaviors wit h a focus on addressing key factors that contribute to the persistence of insomnia.

Medications for insomnia

Health Canada has approved certain medications for the treatment of insomnia called hypnotic medications or sleep medications.

Treatment for shiftwork/circadian rhythm disorders

Bright light therapy

A light therapy used to manage circadian rhythm disorders such as delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS), by gradually enabling a shift to normal societal sleeping patterns.

Treatment for restless legs syndrome

Treating restless legs syndrome (RLS)

Sleep specialists normally treat RLS with a combination of pharmacological treatments and behavioral advices.

Treatments for narcolepsy/hypersomnia

Treating narcolepsy

Sleep specialists normally treat narcolepsy with a combination of behavioral changes (primarily scheduling nocturnal sleep and naps) and medications.

Treating Kleine-Levin syndrome

There is no specific, definitive treatment to cure or control KLS, also known as recurrent hypersomnia. Some aspects of the disease can be managed.

Treating idioptathic hypersomnia

Treatment is based on the symptoms displayed and on a careful analysis of their most probable cause(s).


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