Pediatric Sleep Medicine

Pediatric Sleep Medicine in Warrensburg, MO

Pediatric Sleep Medicine

A parent may not think anything is wrong if you get a call from your child’s teacher that your child has fallen asleep in class or has attention issues. But if the behavior is reoccurring, looking deeper into your child’s sleep may be the answer. Sleep disorders in children can have symptoms such as snoring, learning or behavioral disorders, attention problems, daytime sleepiness, or even regular sweating at night. A sleep disorder can cause children to become sick easier, struggle in school, and cause unwanted behaviors from irritability.

Our Pediatric Sleep Medicine provides services that will help your child get on track and well rested. The Sleep Center provides in-lab sleep testing to assist your health care provider in testing you for these conditions. Our sleep center has private rooms with showers, TV, internet, individually temperature controlled rooms among other comforts of home.

Symptoms of Pediatric Sleep Disorders

Sleep Medicine is now offering virtual visits!

Patients that meet criteria can be seen from the comfort of your own home via virtual visits. To find out if your appointment would qualify for virtual visits, contact the clinic for more information.

Learn About Virtual Visits


  • Jackie Yates, D.O.
  • Jackie Yates, D.O.

    Medical School:

    Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine – Kirksville, Missouri


    General Pediatric Residency, Children’s Mercy Hospital – Kansas City, Missouri


    Sleep Medicine, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Missouri


    American Board of Pediatrics


  • Daytime and nighttime sleep studies including diagnostic and titration sleep studies
  • In clinic sleep testing for children under the age of 16
  • Multiple sleep latency test
  • Maintenance of wakefulness test
  • Electroencephalogram (EEG)
  • CPAP desensitization

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