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A New FDA-Approved Therapy for People With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Valley Sleep Center is pleased to announce we are now offering a new FDA-approved therapy to patients with obstructive sleep apnea who have been unable to consistently use their CPAP device.
Get your life back, with the rest you deserve.
  • Wake up alert and refreshed
  • Get relief from snoring
  • Return to restful sleep with your partner
Inspire is a treatment option that restores restful sleep for those having difficulty with CPAP.
If you are interested in learning more we would like to invite you to attend our free community health talk.
Inspire Community Health Talk
Tuesday, February 26th, 2019
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Chandler Public Library
Building #3
Mesa, AZ 85206
$10 reserves your seat
Seating is limited.
We invite you to schedule an Inspire Therapy consultation after the workshop to discuss your specific needs.
This community health talk is sponsored by Valley Sleep Center, providing complete sleep health management including sleep studies, diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
Call us us at 480-830-3900
Inspire Therapy
Inspire® Therapy is an FDA-approved minimally invasive implanted device that delivers mild stimulation to keep a patient’s airway open during sleep.
Inspire Therapy significantly reduces sleep apnea events by 78%.
Snoring reduction in partner reported snoring by 80%.
Indicated for patients:
  • AHI of 15-65.
  • CPAP intolerant or unwilling to use.
  *Inspire may be restricted from those patients who are significantly overweight.
Advantages of Inspire Therapy
  • Inspire therapy is minimally invasive, is performed as an out-patient procedure.
  • Inspire does not alter a patient’s anatomy. It works with your natural airway.
  • Patient has control of the device through a handheld remote.
  • No Mask…. No Hose
Insurance Coverage May Be Available
Over 250 insurance companies have covered Inspire, and Medicare covers the procedure based on medical necessity. Inspire is also available at select VA and military hospitals.