Sleep Apnea


If you have Sleep Apnea, your doctor may have recommended CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) for use while you are sleeping.  Using your CPAP machine faithfully and properly can improve your quality of sleep and the quality of sleep for those around you, and can also improve other health conditions you may have.

Once you enroll in the Sleep Apnea Management Program, our Respiratory Therapist / Health Coach, Tina Conrad, is available to help you by:

Answering questions and assisting you with any problems/concerns you are having with CPAP
Discussing supplies and how often they need to be cleaned or replaced
Be the liaison between you and your DME provider
Ensuring your mask is properly fitted
......and much more

Tina can be reached at 1-716-887-9988.

The following resources are in Adobe PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them:

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: What Is It?

Maintaining Your CPAP Machine