Sleep Studies Australia offers a range of medical, pharmacological and behavioural treatments for Western Australian’s diagnosed with sleep disorders.

Through testing, diagnosis and treatment at our clinics, patients can achieve the sleep they need and improve their quality of life.

Our Sleep Disorder Treatments include:

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) Treatment

Our Obstructive Sleep Apnoea treatments are tailored to suit each patient based on medical history, physical examination and the results of their sleep study.   Medications are generally not effective in the treatment of OSA.
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Lifestyle changes are an important part of our treatment program, and in mild sleep disorder cases, lifestyle changes may be all that is needed to improve a patient’s sleep. For example: Overweight people can benefit from losing weight - even a 5 - 10kg weight loss can reduce the severity...
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Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

Nasal CPAP is the primary and most effective treatment for OSA. The patient wears a mask over the nose during sleep and air is pumped in through the mask into the upper airway. When the air pressure in the throat is increased, the throat does not collapse as the muscles relax, because the...
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Mandibular Advancement Splints/Oral Appliance Therapy

Mandibular Advancement Splints (MAS) are a type of dental device (generically termed ‘Oral Appliances’), which are used in patients who snore, or who have mild to moderate sleep OSA. An MAS device repositions the lower jaw and the tongue, and is helpful as a first-line treatment for some...
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Several surgical procedures are used to increase the size of the airway, though no surgery is completely successful or without risks. Some of the common surgical procedures used to treat sleep disorders include: Removal of Adenoids & Tonsils (if enlarged) Removal of Nasal Polyps or...
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