With a sleep apnea diagnosis, you will need treatment. Since you and your healthcare provider decided on nasal-CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure), we now need to figure out your CPAP pressure to keep your throat from collapsing.
Prior to this new technology, you would typically spend a night in a sleep laboratory to figure out your CPAP pressure. With Auto-PAP (automated positive airway pressure), we can now monitor your pressure requirements while you're at home. We also monitor your breathing to make sure you’re not developing any complications with PAP therapy such as central sleep apnea or Cheyne-Stokes breathing.
Very simply, you can take an Auto-PAP home and within a week, your CPAP pressure can be determined! Clinical evidence, to date, has shown a greater benefit with long-term CPAP vs. Auto-PAP usage.
It's EASY to take our sleep apnea treatment test from the comforts of your own home, in your own bed.
Call our office at (408) 295-4532 for insurance eligibility and requirements.