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Sleep Medicine Services and CPAP Equipment Supply

Fast Track Apnea Care
And Sleep Clinic

Most patients are eligible for Fast Track Apnea Care, which is a quicker and more economical way to get sleep apnea diagnosis.  If you are not eligible for Fast Track, our sleep medicine clinic with in-lab testing is the gold standard for diagnosis and treatment of sleep related breathing disorders and limb movement disorders in adults and children.

Expert Sleep Testing

Sleep testing at home or in our comfortable facilitiy is how we diagnose sleep disordered breathing (apnea, etc.) and limb movement disorders.  

Apnea Therapy Program 

OmniSleep's apnea care program helps patients succeed.  We supply competitively priced CPAP equipment and provide highly coordinated and responsive treatment support to help patients adjust to and stick with their CPAP therapy.

  • What is PAP therapy and equipment?
    PAP stands for Positive Airway Pressure. PAP machines are used to treat Sleep Disordered Breathing, such as OSA, or Obstructive Sleep Apnea. OSA is when your airway partially or fully closes due to being relaxed or due to fatty tissue in the neck, and your airflow is restricted or stops. CPAP is used to treat OSA. It provides Continues Positive Airway Pressure, meaning that it blows air into your nose via a mask (or in your nose and mouth if using a full face mask), and this pressure keeps your airway open while you sleep, and prevents sleep apnea. There are a few machines that provide positive airway pressure such as BiPAP (BiLevel PAP) and ASV (Auto Servo Ventillation) that treat other problems like sleep hypoventillation and CSA, central sleep apnea. Your sleep specialist would order the one approprate for your sleep disorder.
  • Can I get PAP equipment from OmniSleep?
    Yes! OmniSleep supplies CPAP, BiPAP, and ASV equipment for prices typically lower than the national CPAP web stores.
  • Does OmniSleep Accept Insurance Payment For CPAP Equipment?
    No. OmniSleep supplies CPAP equipment for purchase at prices below most online CPAP stores.
  • What is the process for getting CPAP from OmniSleep?
    First, patients must be diagnosed with sleep apnea or another sleep-related breathing disorder. This involves a clinical evaluation with one of our sleep specialists and a sleep study to diagnose the disorder and to determine the severity. Diagnostic sleep studies are followed by a treatment sleep study to determine the correct PAP therapy setting, though sometimes diagnosis and treatment studies are combined into one. After assessing the treatment study results, the sleep specialist orders PAP equipment for ongoing treatment at home. Our DME department confirms insurance benefits and communicates with patients if there is a problem. Then we schedule patients for a CPAP setup appointment with one of our respiratory therapists in which the PAP mask is fitted and patients are instructed how to use and care for the PAP machine.
  • What happens if I don't adjust to or tolerate CPAP?
    Most patients adjust well to PAP therapy. Our therapists work very hard to make ongoing treatment as comfortable as possible. However, some patients opt to discontinue therapy becuase they experience mask discomfort or difficulty with the volume of airflow in the mask. Some patients feel claustrophobic and have difficulty wearing a mask. If you can't tolerate PAP, we'd schedule an appointment with your sleep specialist to discuss other treatment options, such as Inspire, an electro-stimulation device to treat acne, or a dental mouthpiece, and weight loss.
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