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What is Sleep Apnea?


Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common problem that affects a person’s breathing during sleep. A person with OSA has times during sleep in which air cannot flow normally into the lungs. The block in airflow (obstruction) is usually caused by the collapse of the soft tissues in the back of the throat (upper airway) and tongue during sleep.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is a common device ordered to treat most conditions of OSA. CPAP is delivered by a compressor that blows air (without oxygen) into a mask that is worn snugly over the nose and or mouth during sleep. The flow of air acts like a splint to keep the upper airway from collapsing. This helps prevent obstruction and the apnea from occurring. 

Our Services for The Veterans Administration 

Specializing in Sleep and Respiratory Disorders

  • CPAP Therapy & Supplies

  • BIPAP Therapy & Supplies

  • Home & Portable Oxygen 

  • Nebulizers

  • Set- up and Delivery of Durable Medical Equipment








Monday - Friday

8:30am – 5:00pm


*24 hour service for emergencies

    Office Hours


  • 156 Sonwil Dr CHEEKTOWAGA NY 14225

  • 37 W. Main Street FREDONIA NY 14063

  • 57 & 59 Oliver Street COHOES NY 12047

  • 73 Buffalo Street CANANDAIGUA NY 14424

  • 70 Ausable Street KEESEVILLE NY 12944

  • 6700 Thompson Road Suite 3 SYRACUSE NY 13211

  • 3900 Buffalo Road ROCHESTER NY 14624

Attention: As of 6/3/2021 all patients that receive cpap and oxygen, except for Veteran Administration patients, should continue to call 716-923-2727 or Fax 716-608-8777 to order supplies or call in referrals to Pro2,LLC for your CPAP and O2 supplies. Thank you.

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