Respiratory Care

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As many as an estimated 18 million Americans suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) - that's approximately 1 in every 15 Americans.

On a normal night, a person with OSA may experience 60 apneas per hour, which is an average of 400 apneas per night for most people. Each apnea episode deprives the brain and the body of oxygen, often resulting in poor sleep patterns and increasing risks for other health concerns.

Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) is a respiratory therapy shown as highly effective in treating OSA. 

I need help with my PAP.

Our professional coaches and licensed therapists are available to help you adjust to sleeping with a PAP device. And soon, you'll be sleeping like a baby and reaping the many health benefits of a good night's sleep!  Call us anytime, or click below to email a coach with your questions.


I need to order PAP supplies.

If you're already enjoying great sleep, you'll need to order supplies periodically for use with your machine. See your account, order supplies, set-up auto-ordering, view educational videos, and more by logging into our Patient Access Portal.


Order PAP supplies & accessories.

Re-ordering supplies and accessories for your CPAP machine is convenient and simple.  

If this is your first time ordering supplies for your machine, choose "How to Register for Patient Portal Access" for instructions on how to set-up your account.  

Click "Go to the Patient Access Portal" to be redirected to the online ordering portal or visit to access your account.

If you need to talk to someone about your order or need further assistance, call us at 731-506-1033.

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Our licensed Respiratory Therapists and clinical staff oversee your care plan through home visits, remote monitoring, education, engagement activities, and more. 

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Ventilation at Home

Evidence shows that ventilation therapies at home can lead to improved or maintained quality of life, reduced hospital readmission risk, and reduced risk of death.

Invasive Ventilation

With Invasive Ventilation, pressurized air is delivered into the lungs via a tube that is inserted into the windpipe. 

Invasive Ventilation can occur via intubation (a tube inserted through your mouth and down the throat to provide air) or tracheotomy (an incision is made into the throat through the neck where a tube can be inserted to provide air. 

Non-Invasive Ventilation

Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) does not require surgical incision or any type of tube to be inserted into the airway.  Instead, pressurized air is pushed into the lungs via mask or mouthpiece.  

The machine is set to provide a predetermined level of pressure when you inhale and exhale to make breathing easier and more effective.

Orthotic Bracing

No matter where your pain occurs, joint pain can be debilitating.  Our company offers a professional fitters to help you get the proper fit for your brace.  Discuss bracing needs with your doctor, and then ask them to send your brace prescription to one of our convenient locations.


Neck Braces

Assists with chronic neck pain, posture improvement, injuries, fractures, mobility issues, and surgical recovery.

Back Braces

Helps with lumbar and thoracic issues, posture, scoliosis/kyphosis, mobility, and surgical recovery.

Knee Braces

Assists with surgical recovery, arthritic conditions, pressure relief, swelling, chronic inflammation, and mobility.

Wrist Braces

Helps with carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, sprains, tendonitis, weakness support, and surgical recovery.

Oxygen at Home

Oxygen Therapy is a treatment that provides supplemental, or extra, oxygen.  Oxygen is commonly provided in the hospital setting, and it can also be offered for use at home.  Oxygen Therapy can help you feel better and stay active.

Do I need Oxygen Therapy?

If you aren't able to breathe enough oxygen on your own, then you may need supplemental oxygen. Your physician must prescribe Oxygen Therapy in an order, which will include how much oxygen you need and how often you need it.   Once your physician has determined your need for oxygen, the order can be sent to and filled by any our convenient locations.

Oxygen Devices

We offer several devices, such as oxygen concentrators, that can deliver oxygen to patients at home and during travel. Your physician will help determine the equipment that works best for your oxygen needs.  Patients in need of additional or replacement oxygen tanks, or other assistance with their oxygen device, should contact one of our locations.


Wounds & Burns 

If time doesn't heal your wound, maybe one of our therapies can.  Talk with your doctor about alternative and next step wound care options.   


Negative Pressure Therapy

Negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT), also known as a vacuum assisted closure (VAC), is a therapeutic technique using a suction pump, tubing, and a dressing to remove excess exudate and promote healing in acute or chronic wounds and second-degree and third-degree burns.

Evidenced to improve cellular migration and promote granulation tissue formation, NPWT is indicated for the application of suction (negative pressure) to promote wound healing and for the removal of fluids such as wound exudate, irrigation fluids, bodily fluids or infectious materials.  

NPWT may be indicated for use on chronic, acute, traumatic, subacute and dehisced wounds, diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, skin flaps and grafts.

Beds & Mattresses

Beds and mattresses are often used in the treatment of wounds and are categorized in three groups.  Group 1 (static overlays and replacement mattresses), Group 2 (low-air-loss beds, alternating pressure, and powered/non-powered overlays/mattresses), and Group 3 (air-fluidized beds).

Powered beds are semi-electric or completely electric support surfaces with a fully integrated powered mattress that has a particular height and a special surface designed to reduce friction and shear.  

An air-fluidized support surface (Group 3) employs circulation of pressurized, temperature-controlled air through silicone-coated ceramic beads, creating the characteristics of fluid.  These are commonly indicated for patients with stage 3 and 4 pressure ulcers or post-operative myocutaneous flaps or skin grafts.

Mobile Airway Clearance Therapy

A new vest never felt so good.

High-frequency chest wall oscillation (HFCWO) is an airway clearance technique in which external chest wall oscillations are applied to the chest using an inflatable vest that wraps around the chest. These machines produce vibrations at variable frequencies and intensities, helping to loosen and thin mucus and separate it from airway walls.  

These devices are often prescribed for treatment in COPD, bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis, quadriplegia, and other neuromuscular disorders. These diseases can reduce lung function, increase mucus production, and interfere with proper breathing - which increase the risk of lung infections. Effectively clearing mucus from the air passages is extremely important, as it may help decrease lung infections, reduce antibiotic use and hospitalization, and improve lung function.

Talk to your doctor to see if HFCWO is a treatment that can help you.  Your physician can send your HFCWO prescription directly to an office that's convenient to you.  In each office, our professional staff are ready to provide you with your new HFCWO vest and educate you on how to use the best to receive the most benefit.


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