GO TO BED:
The Clinician's Handbook for Understanding Sleep
Get the confidence to speak to your patients about their disrupted sleep from this easy-to-read book and clinical toolkit.
Get everything you need to know about sleep as a healthcare provider in this concise, easy-to-read book.
Andrew Koppejan, PT, MScPT, BBA
Author of GO TO BED & Physical Therapist
Each chapter brings just the right amount of detail to give you the understanding you need as a healthcare clinician...not as a sleep researcher.
- Easy-to-read and evidence based
- Save countless hours of research and reading to get the most important clinical information on sleep
- Access a practical toolkit of patient education resources to help educate patients
"I'd recommend this to all clinicians..."
"I thought I was stuck with just sharing a few sleep hygiene rules, but this book has opened my eyes to so much more. It’s an easy, yet educational read and the ideas have been easy to implement with my patients. "
Alana Shannon, PT
"Sleep health is a topic that has become integral to quality care for our patients. Andrew has created a comprehensive and valuable resource for PTs and other health providers. Highly recommended!"
Faculty, Rehab Medicine
University of Alberta
"Truly phenomenal, relevant and valuable!"
"It is incredibly well organized and easy to read. I appreciate the amount of research cited and the knowledge level of this book. It's a perfect mix of general and scientific language for the therapist."
Shelly Prosko, PT
Become Confident to Talk to Your Patients About Sleep
Who is this book for?
If you're a healthcare provider working with patients to move and feel better then you'll want to read this book.
Primary Care Providers
Whether you're a family doctor or a nurse practitioner you'll want to read this condensed handbook on sleep.
Reading this book as a patient will help empower you to have more meaningful conversations with your health care providers.
About the Author
Andrew Koppejan, PT, MScPT, BBA
Andrew is a a registered physiotherapist and is passionate about patient education and integrating the biopyschosocial model of care into his treatments. Certified in GunnIMS, Andrew regularly works with chronic pain patients and has seen the powerful relationship between sleep and pain.
Through over 170 academic articles, textbooks and popular sleep help books, Koppejan has sought answers to the enigmatic relationship between sleep and health, knowing already that “healthy sleep equals a healthy body,” but missing the “why.”
Why sleep health is important?
Listen to this podcast with Andrew as he shares why on the ignitephysio podcast:
Look at What's Inside the Book
Table of Contents:
A lot can go wrong with sleep. Explore the effects and health impacts of disrupted sleep on general health, immune function, inflammation, and memory.
Download Ch. 1: When Sleep Goes Wrong
What good is information without clinical application?
It's far too easy to read a book without integrating it into clinical practice. It's also time consuming putting together professional education materials that you can present to patients. Andrew has created toolkits for the clinician and clinic to help your patients with their sleep.