Learn about the different ways we can work with you to diagnose, treat, and manage your sleep health.

Sleep Studies

A Sleep study, also known as polysomnography, is a non-invasive overnight test that records your oxygen levels, heart rate, airflow, snoring, and other parameters while you are asleep. A Sleep study aims to determine if you have a sleep disorder and what treatment may best suit your needs.

At Breathe Well, we provide Level 3 Sleep studies at all of our locations. A Level 3 Sleep study is conducted in your own home. Once you book an appointment, you will be asked to stop by the clinic and pick up the necessary equipment to take with you. Along with the appropriate equipment, you will receive detailed instructions on performing the test from a sleep study technician. Once complete, the sleep study will be scored by trained polysomnography experts and then interpreted by a Respirologist.

If you experience symptoms such as heavy snoring and daytime sleepiness, schedule a consultation via our website, as no referral is required. Please expect a waiting period of 2-6 weeks as we do our best to accommodate all our clients.

Price point: $50

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy is the standard gold treatment for sleep apnea. By using a CPAP machine, your airway will remain open while you sleep so you can receive the oxygen you need for optimal function and experience a whole night of uninterrupted sleep.

We carry a variety of PAP devices and accessories that ensure functionality and comfort for you at all Breathe Well Clinic locations. Our trained team of professionals will help you every step of the way in finding the right device with the right accessories according to your needs. 

Please note a prescription from a physician is required before we can proceed with your treatment. We also advise all clients to contact their insurance provider to confirm their coverage. Most insurance policies will cover a portion of the cost, but there is no additional government funding.

Price point: Prices vary based on device and other supplies. Please contact for more information. 

Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BPAP)

BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure (BPAP) therapy primarily treats Central Sleep Apnea, Hypoventilation Syndrome, and other neuromuscular diseases requiring airway support during sleep. The key difference between a CPAP device and a BPAP device is that BPAP devices offer different air pressure levels for inhalation and exhalation, whereas CPAP devices have the same air pressure for both.

We carry a variety of PAP devices and accessories that ensure functionality and comfort for you at all Breathe Well Clinic locations. Our trained team of professionals will help you every step of the way in finding the right device with the right accessories according to your needs. 

Please note a prescription from a physician is required before we can proceed with your treatment. We also advise all clients to contact their insurance provider to confirm their coverage. Most insurance policies will cover a portion of the cost, but there is no additional government funding.

Price point: Prices vary based on device and other supplies. Please contact for more information. 

Referrals & Appointments

Please note that we require a referral and a prescription for CPAP and BPAP therapy to ensure you receive the appropriate treatment for your sleep or respiratory condition.

Once you obtain a prescription, we will be happy to help you get set up with the right equipment and supplies you need.

Please also note that appointments are required for all of our services. This helps us ensure we can provide you with personalized attention and care.

To schedule an appointment, click the button below.

We look forward to helping you on your journey toward better sleep and respiratory health.