• Sleep Disorders

    Learn what’s keeping you up
    • Sleep is crucial to a healthy lifestyle and disease prevention. In today’s hectic world, many people have trouble working in the amount of sleep they need each night. The term “sleep disorders” can refer to a wide variety of disorders that either prevent or disrupt sleep. But sleep disorders do more than just prevent sleep – they can also increase the risk of serious and chronic health conditions, such as obesity, depression, diabetes, and heart disease. Thousands of auto accidents each year are attributed to drowsy driving. It’s clear lack of sleep can affect not just you, but those around you.

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  • Sleep Studies

    Let us diagnose your sleep issues
    • If you need copious amounts of caffeine just to get through the day, and you feel persistently exhausted, you already know there’s something amiss with your sleep. But a lack of good sleep can manifest itself in other ways too. Sleep studies are tests that measure how well you sleep and how your body responds to sleep problems.

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  • Treatment OPTIONS

    Finally a good night’s rest
    • Because sleep disorders and sleep apnea have more than one cause, we offer more than one treatment. However, the only treatment you’ll get from us is the one that suits you the best. Out board-certified sleep physicians use their vast experience, the latest research, latest technology, and advances in clinically proven medicine to support your health and well-being.

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  • Weight Loss & Sleep

    It’s a love – love relationship
    • Losing sleep tends to make people eat more and gain weight. The relationship between sleep loss and weight gain is a strong one, and has been shown in a variety of studies over the years. Large population studies show that both adults and children are more likely to be overweight and obese the less they sleep at night.

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  • Pediatrics

    Don’t let sleep problems become a nightmare
    • Inadequate, disrupted, poor-quality, non-restful, and at times elusive sleep constitutes one of the most common complaints raised by parents to pediatricians. The consequences can be serious, and range from behavioral concerns and academic failure to delayed growth, failure to thrive, and cardiovascular problems. For this reason it is important for both parents and educators to understand how sleep works and how disruptions in normal sleep patterns can affect children and teenagers.

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  • Our Locations

    Centered around you
    • Comprehensive Sleep Care Center offers five northern Virginia locations for your convenience. Our centers were designed with our patients in mind. Our goal is to provide a welcoming, relaxing, and friendly environment to accommodate our patients in their sleep health needs.

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  • Charu Sabharwal, MD, DABSM

    Diplomate, American Board of Sleep Medicine
    Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
    Founder and Director


    With a background in Internal Medicine, I developed a passion for Sleep Medicine while during a sleep rotation and observed directly how people were impacted both medically and personally by sleep related issues. My personal practice philosophy is centered on my patient and how I can help them to feel better, and live better. As my patient’s advocate, it gives me tremendous pleasure to hear my patients exclaim time and again, ‘Oh my gosh, I feel like I got my life back!’ The treatment of sleep disorders can be life changing and may also involve a lifetime of care. Our team is here to cheer you on when needed, monitor your progress, and as necessary, adjust and refine your treatment plan. We’re right there for you before, during and after.

  • C. George Zhao, MD, DABSM

    Diplomate, American Board of Sleep Medicine
    Diplomate, American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry


    As a neurologist, I found the sleep and brain relationship to be fascinating. Sleep health is often overlooked in routine health exams, and it’s only within the last two decades we have come to understand its importance, and the significant impact it can have on a person’s overall well-being. I truly enjoy being a part of my patient’s health care team. It’s so rewarding to hear my patients say that better sleep ‘changed their life.’ My personal practice philosophy is focused on my patient and their care always comes first. The doctor, patient relationship is a two-way relationship, and as part of that I find truly listening to my patient is key in developing a diagnostic and treatment plan that will enable my patient to make informed decisions to improve their sleep and health – in order to better their days and nights.

  • Sean Rotolo, MD

    Board-eligible Sleep Medicine
    American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry, Board Eligible


    With a background in neurology, I became interested in sleep medicine because of the curiously active brain during sleep and the dynamic processes that occur during this period. Not only are our brains going through impressive changes as we sleep, but nearly every other organ system can be affected as well. I take great pride in that I truly listen to my patient’s account of their sleep issues and combine this with the best tools such as lab work and a sleep study to tailor an individual diagnostic and therapeutic approach that can truly work to improve someone’s life. Sleep medicine is a team approach, and I enjoy working with my patients referring and/or other treating physicians to ensure optimal patient care. As I recently finished up my sleep fellowship and moved back to the DC metro area, I am excited to become an active part of the northern Virginia community, and deliver a high quality of care to my patients.

  • Shahriar Shahzeidi, MD, FAAP, FCCP, FAASM

    Shahriar Shazeidi MD

    With over 30 years of pediatric experience, and having helped thousands of children over the years, it’s clear Dr. Shahriar Shahzeidi loves what he does and has a real passion for solving kids sleep issues. He knows kids sleep health issues from head to toe, and is one of the few pediatric sleep medicine specialists outside of a children’s or university hospital setting in the Washington D.C. metro area. Children’s sleep issues are on the rise, and studies have shown that inadequate sleep leads to symptoms very similar to ADHD including tiredness, difficulty focusing attention, learning problems and impulse modulation problems. As Dr. Shahzeidi reports, ‘Kids sleep health needs are often unique and call for special care, as a fellowship-trained, board-certified pediatric sleep medicine physician I am determined to make sure your child’s needs are known and well taken care of.’ Having completed my fellowship at Children’s National Medical Center, I look forward to working with kids of all ages and their families too, so that they will feel newly confident in wishing each other a good night as well as a good morning and day ahead.


Tour of our Arlington sleep health center and our new pediatric friendly rooms

Tour of our newest CSCC sleep health center in Dumfries, Virginia

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  • CSCC prides itself on providing exceptional care to our patients every time

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  • Why pay more for a sleep study through a hospital or hospital owned sleep facility?

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  • CPAP is the gold standard to treating sleep apnea, however if you have mild to moderate sleep apnea, we may have an alternative

    CPAP Treatment
  • The cost of treatment is a significant concern for those seeking treatment for snoring and sleep apnea.

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  • Did you know you have the right to ask for a sleep study to be conducted by the provider of your choosing?

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