CPAP (New or Replacement)

SleepSomatics provides treatment for sleep apnea and snoring using PAP Therapy (CPAP, Bi-PAP/Bi-Level) according to your physician's prescription. SleepSomatics is one of the ONLY accredited sleep lab in Austin with State of Texas Durable Medical Equipment (DME) licensure. 

Treating sleep apnea with PAP eliminates snoring, can help treat hypertension by reducing high blood pressure, can lower glucose levels in diabetic or pre-diabetic patients, and can also improve testosterone and increase libido. With PAP Therapy, daytime energy and alertness improve as restorative sleep returns.

New, modern PAP devices are small and whisper-quiet. SleepSomatics uses PAP masks that are simplesmall, and silent, weighing as little as 1.94 ounces!

SleepSomatics provides the necessary PAP Therapy monitoring to ensure treatment plan efficacy.

  • Patients receive in-person, face-to-face appointments showing them how to use, clean, and sleep with their PAP Therapy.
  • Patient therapy is monitored by our sleep clinicians and a board certified sleep specialist.
  • Patient usage, symptom improvement, and prescription efficacy is monitored.
  • Patients can schedule in-person, face-to-face appointments should they have an issue with their PAP Therapy.

You have a choice of your sleep testing and CPAP provider. Call Austin's top-rated sleep lab for help with your CPAP today!

Call SleepSomatics today for better sleep: (512) 323-9253.

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JUNE 13, 2014: TREATING SLEEP APNEA WITH CPAP LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE