What is PAP therapy?
PAP therapy, or positive airway pressure therapy, is a sleep apnea treatment that provides patients with a stream of compressed air while they sleep to support their airway. A patient wears a mask while sleeping with PAP therapy. The device then blows pressurized air from the room into the patient’s upper airway through the mask with a connected tube. Sleep apnea can be difficult to deal with alone. If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, we are here to serve you in every way we can.
Patient Education Tools
Learn what to expect when you begin PAP therapy. Find educational tools and videos here.
Patient Resource Links
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Common Questions (FAQs)
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