Restless Legs Syndrome
REM Behavior Disorder
*Please note that CBHSD does not have its own sleep lab, although Dr. Adury does order and interpret sleep studies for patients.
*Please note that we do not do diagnostic testing for ADHD at this time. If you are looking for treatment for ADHD, you will need to have a neuropsychological assessment by a psychologist and provide us the report. We will then need to clinically correlate the findings in the report in an initial assessment with one of our prescribing providers. Please note that this process is in place for your own safety and positive treatment outcome. Your commitment to your health and trust in our expertise is important and appreciated.
*Regarding idiopathic hypersomnia and narcolepsy, we do our own independent assessment and testing. Please note that we will review but may or may not accept diagnostic assessments from outside providers, depending on the criteria that were followed in performing those assessments.
*Disclaimer: Psychiatric and sleep disorder assessments may or may not lead to a diagnosis and recommendation of your expectations. Dr. Adury puts years of experience and expertise into her assessments, which are thorough. Her recommendations factor in numerous considerations including what is in the best interest of her patients. She is however open to feedback as long as it is communicated in a respectful manner.
Insurance Accepted: Self-pay, Medical Mutual of Ohio, Aetna, Anthem/BCBS, UHC, Anthem, Medicare/Medicaid
In additon to above, Dr. Adury is with Cleveland Clinic Quality Alliance, University Hospitals Quality Care Network and Summacare at Summa Health Network
In-person Visits vs. Telemedicine
Dr. Adury prefers in-person visits in her office, as she believes that patient commitment to treatment and treatment outcomes are optimal that way. Please note that masks are mandatory during office visits. The waiting area is spacious to allow for social distancing. Exceptions apply due to COVID-19 pandemic. If patients have an upper respiratory infection, their appointments will be either rescheduled or switched to Telemedicine. Immunocompromised people will be offered telemedicine as a precaution against COVID-19.