DIAGNOSING AND TREATING

OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA

Do you think you have Sleep Apnea?

As trusted professional CPAP Coaches™ we know what you’re going through and we’re here to help.

We focus on the long-term progress of patients and measure our success on patient adherence rates.

Mission

Our mission is to provide patients with knowledgeable, professional and convenient sleep apnea coaching that leads to improved long-term adherence to therapy and treatment success. We do this by helping patients overcome common obstacles to regular CPAP usage.

Vision

We envision ourselves to be the number one professional, accredited and reliable source for convenient sleep apnea diagnosis and successful treatment across the Vancouver area.

Business Philosophy & Values

Our underlying business goal is to provide a valuable sleep service with specially trained staff  using the latest technologies to focus on what really matters: improving the quality of life and long-term health of our patients

 

“There is robust evidence that the best adherence to PAP therapy only occurs if the introduction of the patient to CPAP is done with well-trained experts and if the patient is closely followed and supported by those same people.”

– Collin Sullivan
Inventor of CPAP Therapy 

We are an experienced team of care providers with a results-based approach to sleep apnea diagnosis, treatment and patient adherence.

We have Professional Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (with additional CBT training) who coach each patient in order to improve chances for successful outcomes.

REFERRAL

Get the help you need. Have your family doctor complete this referral form today.

DIAGNOSTICS

We can help identify problems that cause difficulty with sleeping and breathing.

SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT

We will help you find relief from Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

PROFESSIONAL CPAP COACHING PROGRAM™

Our Sleep Technologists are also trained in Behavioural Therapy.

LEARNING CENTER

Learn about common sleep disorders.

FAQ's

Answers to commonly asked questions about CPAP and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

1 in 4 Adults is at high risk for having Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Reference: Public Health Agency of Canada (2009)

Risk Factors

  • Family history of snoring
  • Overweight (BMI over 25)
  • High blood pressure
  • Male Gender
  • Large Neck Size
  • Alcohol consumption at bedtime
  • Post-menopausal

Symptoms of OSA

  • Snoring
  • Daytime Sleepiness
  • Lack of Concentration
  • Irritability / Depression
  • Sexual Dysfunction

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