How is OSA diagnosed?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious health issue that can have a negative impact on your lifestyle and can lead to life-threatening conditions. However, there is good news. This condition is easily recognized and can be effectively treated.

 Your Physician will refer you to West Care Medical if they suspect that you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea

We will contact you within 48 hours of receiving your referral to set up an appointment for you to review  your sleep and health history with one of our Therapists

You Will receive a Level 3 Home Study at no cost. All text result are sent to you and your Physician

If your test results are positive, your Physician may prescribe CPAP Therapy for you

We will contact you within 48 hours of receiving your referral to set up an appointment for you to review  your sleep and health history with one of our Therapists

West Care works with you to ensure your therapy is optimized and we report your progress to you Physician throughout your therapy

We provide ongoing service and support  to all patients via scheduled annual therapy reviews and we encourage them to contact us anytime with questions or concerns they have regarding their therapy or new sleep products in the market


The Level 3 Home Study

The initial Sleep Care Plan consists of detailed sleep questionnaires along with a Level 3 Ambulatory Sleep Study.

This study measures:

  • Airflow/Pressure
  • Snore
  • Respiratory Effort
  • Oxygen
  • Pulse Rate
  • Body Position

All data is scored and reviewed by a Registered Polysomnograph Technologist.

If you suspect you have sleep apnea