CPAP Medical Supplies specializes in sleep apnea products and services.We provide compassionate, high quality care that improves the overall health and lifestyle of our patients and their families by working together in a partnership with our physicians and other regional healthcare providers.
CPAP Medical accepts TRICARE® and Medicare insuranceWe have provided sleep apnea devices to hundreds of active duty service members(ADSM), retired service members, and military family members since 2002. We have given each patient personal service and followed up to insure compliance and the patient's well-being.
After receiving the referral from the military treatment facility, branch clinic or your physician, we will make an appointment with you, at your convenience. We can visit you in your home(or you can come to our office, if you prefer). The education and setup usually takes around 45 minutes to an hour. We will answer any questions you may have and also supply you with manuals and most importantly, our 24/7 on-call phone number.
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Replacement sleep apnea mask, tubing, filters and other accessories.If you need a replacement mask or other supplies, we provide nationwide shipping and support. A prescription is required for all sleep apnea supplies and services.
A prescription is required because the Food and Drug Administration classifies CPAP masks, accesories, and devices as Class II Medical Devices, which require a prescription.
Our productsThe mask that you use with your CPAP is the most important aspect of your sleep apnea therapy. Proper fitting is crucial and is usually the reason for either successful compliance or no compliance.
There are hundreds of Interfaces on the market today. Many claim to be the "best" and the most "comfortable". The truth of the matter is that what works for your neighbor may not work for you.
We take the time during the fitting process to ask you specific questions concerning your sleeping habits (sleeping on your side) and other information that will help us decide what may work best for you.
The most common style nasal Cpap masks are divided into 2 types: a nasal mask that seals over your nose and a nasal pillow mask that seals at the end of your nostrils.