Inspire/Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation (HNS) Surgery for the Treatment of Sleep Apnea

This pacemaker-like device is surgically implanted in your chest just below the skin. It monitors your chest wall expanding and contracting while you are breathing during sleep, and it stimulates your hypoglossal nerve at each respiratory cycle to cause your tongue to move forward as well as stiffen your throat muscles to support an open airway.

This new therapy is showing promising results for the right body-weight patient that has failed at attempts with an Oral Appliance and CPAP.

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Sleep Apnea Services
Screening, Testing, Treating

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