The Centre for Sleep Medicine specialises in sleeping disorders. We are an independent subsidiary of the RehaClinic AG group of companies, are based in Bad Zurzach and have a second clinic in Lucerne.
Sleeping disorders can be caused by a diverse range physical and mental factors, which is why interdisciplinary collaboration between various specialists is necessary to achieve the best results. At the Centre for Sleep Medicine, qualified medical specialists (neurologists, sleep specialists, psychiatrists and psychologists) work alongside our specially trained nursing staff. If required, the centre can draw on the professional advice of ear, nose and throat specialists, respiratory physicians, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, as well as additional neurologists.
Outpatient clinic and inpatient ward
The CSM consists of an outpatient clinic (outpatient consultations and outpatient therapies). Inpatient stays for complex, longer-term sleeping disorders are possible at our main clinic in Bad Zurzach.
The Sleep Laboratory in Lucerne is equipped with modern infrastructure and amenities. It features three laboratory rooms where sleep and daytime tiredness can be recorded and evaluated.
Interdisciplinary snoring consultations
Snoring consultations are held every Monday between 5.00 pm and 7.00 pm. Participants must register in advance.
During the outpatient snoring consultation, the CSM offers people with snoring problems who registered independently or have been referred by their doctor the opportunity to be examined by an interdisciplinary team consisting of a sleep specialist, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, as well as an ear, nose and throat doctor. After the examination, participants are offered a personalised therapy plan designed to treat the causes of their snoring.
Online sleep therapy
Treatment for insomnia (the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep) is also available from the CSM website. The therapy is provided via an online application, so it can be accessed anywhere at any time. Therapist and patient work together on the patient’s mental attitude towards sleep. The patient learns how to change certain behaviours that can make it difficult to fall asleep and are given techniques for getting a good night’s rest.