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Inspire Therapy is a new FDA-Approved sleep apnea surgery for those who cannot tolerate CPAP. This outpatient surgery is covered by most insurance plans for patients who qualify.

 

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Take Comfort.

Inspire Therapy can Help.

Inspire Therapy is a breakthrough implantable treatment option for people with Obstructive Sleep Apnea who are unable to use or get consistent benefit from CPAP. While you are sleeping, Inspire monitors every breath you take. Based on your unique breathing patterns, the system delivers mild stimulation to the hypoglossal nerve, which controls the movement of your tongue and other key airway muscles. By stimulating these muscles, the airway remains open during sleep.

Inspire therapy is controlled by a small handheld sleep remote. The remote allows you to turn Inspire therapy on before bed and off when you wake up, increase and decrease stimulation strength, and pause during the night if needed.

Why use Inspire Therapy to Treat Your Sleep Apnea?

  • Concerns about sleep deprivation and lack of oxygen during sleep, which may cause short- and long-term health risks (i.e. heart disease, heart attack, stroke, depression and memory loss).
  • Feeling too tired for work, family activities, driving or exercise
  • Are unable to use or get consistent benefit from continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine
  • Desire for a more peaceful sleep experience with their bed partner

Have Confidence.

Inspire therapy is safe, clinically proven, and FDA-approved.

The safety and effectiveness of Inspire therapy has been measured in over 37 peer-reviewed articles. Studies show patients using Inspire therapy experience significant reductions in sleep apnea events, increased daytime activity levels, and reduced daytime sleepiness.

Rest Easy.

A doctor trained on Inspire will evaluate if Inspire therapy is right for you.

During an office visit, the doctor will review the following to make sure you are a good candidate for Inspire and start the insurance process.

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Proven Results.

Will you Qualify for Insurance?

Inspire therapy is being reviewed and approved by insurance providers on a case by case basis

  • As of January 2018, over 230 insurance providers have covered the cost of the procedure, while Medicare is approving Inspire therapy based on medical necessity
  • Inspire is also on the Federal Supply Schedule, making it available for active military members, veterans, and their beneficiaries at select VA and military hospitals across the US
  • The insurance team at Inspire Medical Systems will work with your doctor to submit a request for insurance approval before the procedure
  • If you are given approval, the surgery will be scheduled
  • Patients can typically expect to pay the cost of any unmet deductible for the year, along with any required copay or coinsurance fee for a surgery

Sleep is a vital part of our daily lives

Yet, 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder and approximately 95 percent of those affected remain undiagnosed and untreated. Sleep deprivation may cause short (or even long-term) health risks (i.e. heart disease, heart attack, stroke, depression and memory loss).

Don't put yourself at risk another day.

Fill out this quick survey and find out immediately if you should contact one of our Sleep Providers today. You can always email us at sleep@valleysleepcenter.com with questions.

Do you snore?
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Has anyone noticed that you stop breathing when you're sleeping?
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During your waking time, do you feel tired, fatigued or not up to par?
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Have you ever nodded off or fallen asleep while driving a vehicle?
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Do you have a chance of dozing in these situations:

Sitting and reading?
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Sitting and talking?
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Watching television?
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Sitting inactive in a public place such as a theater or meeting?
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In a car while stopped in traffic?
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Do you have high blood pressure?
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ASSESSMENT
If you have answered YES to 2 or more of the questions above, then you are at high risk for a sleep disorder.
If you have answered YES to 1 question, you are at moderate risk of a sleep disorder.
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Would you like a sleep specialist from Valley Sleep Center to contact you?
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For most insurance plans, you do not need a primary care referral to meet with our board certified sleep physicians.