CPAP’s (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure – Machines) and BiPAP’s (Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure – Machines) aid in maintaining normal breathing while sleeping. Many people suffer from a form of sleep apnea which causes the patient to stop breathing several times throughout the night. This is not only dangerous for the obvious reason, but also causes restless sleep as the patient can never get into a deep sleep. CPAP’s and BiPAP’s are an effective way to get back to a good night’s sleep. Our Respiratory Therapists work closely with our CPAP and BiPAP patients to ensure they are getting the best use out of the equipment.