For Patients With Sleep Apnea


Nasal continuous positive pressure (CPAP) is the most commonly used treatment for sleep apnea.   It increases the pressure in the back of the nose and throat just enough to open it up and allow normal breathing during sleep.  Most people do well with CPAP and immediately feel better when using it.  Like all medical treatments, some people have problems with it.  

If you are having problems with nasal CPAP, we can help you.  Our Sleep Disorders Center has a great deal of experience helping people with nasal CPAP.  Click here  to see a list of the most common nasal CPAP problems and solutions.  Also please feel free to call our Nurse Practitioner who specializes in sleep apnea and nasal CPAP at  434-243-9317.