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We provide care in three easily-accessible locations across the Rio Grande Valley.


1604 East 8th St., Suite A
Weslaco, TX
Phone: (956) 447-5557


5300 North McColl Rd., Suite 100
McAllen, TX
Phone: (956) 630-1000


1022 E. Griffin Pkwy.
Mission, TX 78572
Phone: (956) 833-6000


Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

Millions of people world-wide use the devices/units that provide CPAP, because CPAP has proven to be the most effective therapy for individuals afflicted with obstructive sleep apnea. By providing pressurized air through masks, the CPAP machine keeps airways open, thus eliminating snoring and obstructive respiratory events. Simple to use, these machines have only mild side effects while delivering a powerful, positive impact on users’ quality of life.

How Do You Know If You Need CPAP?

It’s easy to find out if you are afflicted with obstructive sleep apnea. Our Center has accredited sites in Weslaco and McAllen offering recording of your sleep. Our modern, safe, and secure sleep lab sites will record your brain waves, eye movements, muscle activity, breathing effort and airflow, blood oxygen level, heart rate and rhythm, the duration of your stages of sleep, body positions, and movements of your arms and legs while sleeping. Once your sleep study is complete and has been scored, your Sleep Specialist will analyze the results to determine whether you are afflicted with sleep apnea, and help you identify the most effective forms of treatment.

CPAP Treatment

A CPAP device is simple to use and should be used every night and during naps to achieve the most benefit. CPAP devices provide pressurized air through masks that cover your nose (nasal masks), soft cushions that are placed inside the nose (“nasal pillows”), or through masks that cover your nose and mouth (“full-face” masks).

Your Sleep Specialist and the supportive staff at the Center will assist you in using your CPAP device and CPAP interface so that you obtain maximum benefit from its use. Some trial and error might be necessary to identify the most effective and comfortable pressure as well as the PAP interface that best suits you.

CPAP use can be associated with mild discomfort(s) and side effects. An irritated nose/throat, air leaking from the CPAP interface and blowing into one’s eyes, a sensation of stomach fullness, and visible indentations/lines on the face are among the most frequently-voiced complaints. These and other side effects generally can be easily treated/eliminated upon consultation with your Sleep Specialist and the Center’s cadre of highly experienced CPAP technologists.

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