The CPAP Clinic operates as an independent retailer for CPAP accessories, including CPAP masks and a range of different CPAP machines. We are the largest network of clinics operating across Australia and carry all of the major brands for sleep apnoea accessories available both online and in store, with clinics located in major cities including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart.
Our staff and clinicians know and understand all of the available CPAP treatment options, machine and mask types, versed in all CPAP machine accessories and every update and upgrade appearing on the market. We can offer you professional advice on the best options available for your needs and budget from all of the major medical manufacturers including Fisher and Paykel, ResMed, Phillips and Respironics. Discover the flexibility and range we offer with our price matching deals on accredited Australian and New Zealand CPAP suppliers.
We deliver the best value to our clients for managing their sleep apnoea condition by providing not only brand new units and CPAP accessories, but also providing rental units, reconditioned second-hand CPAP machines, and offering repairs and regular servicing. The CPAP Clinic locations offer you access to specialist technicians who can undertake maintenance and repairs on your CPAP equipment if and when the need arises.
We also offer our clients a Full Service Package for managing their sleep apnoea condition. With a Full Service Package, you will enjoy more than just the best quality CPAP technology available in Australia. We will also ensure that we regularly check-in with your treatment progress including how your accessories are functioning and how comfortable you are finding your new sleep. You will receive professional consultations with one of our local specialists in a clinic location near you and we encourage quarterly appointments to ensure you are getting the best out of your treatment and your machines.
How do I know what kind of accessories I need?
A diagnosis of sleep apnoea occurs after a sleep study has been performed in which your breathing is observed and carefully measured while you sleep. These measurements and observations provide key indicators for your GP’s recommendation for treatment including the kind of air pressure you will require from a CPAP machine and how it’s delivered to you while you sleep.
To ensure that you are getting a great night’s sleep, you must first work out how to manage your new apparatus and its accessories comfortably. The right kind of accessories can include specialty masks specifically for your sleep apnoea needs, and, as mentioned before, the right sort of machine which can deliver the kind of air pressure you require for optimum sleep.
As part of the CPAP Clinic service, our consultants will help you understand your diagnosis and the treatment methods currently available to help improve your sleeping and overall health. We will go through each unit and its accessories with you, helping you to choose the most comfortable options for your diagnosis, treatment and preference. Ultimately, the aim of your treatment is to invite higher quality sleep by ensuring that your breathing is regulated.
CPAP accessories can differ greatly between brand and type, providing varying levels of comfort dependent upon your needs. If you have been directed to purchase a CPAP machine to manage a breathing condition and help you achieve restful and safe sleep, then our clinicians can help you choose the right machine and accessories for you to maximise your treatment and get you feeling back to your old self again. We not only offer you the lowest prices but we also offer you genuine and independent buying advice from specialist sales staff and professional consultants who tailor your treatment equipment specifically for your needs and budget.
Shop online or in store for CPAP equipment designed to offer you the best treatment at the best prices.
Selecting your CPAP accessories is not something you should undertake lightly. Depending on your needs and condition, your mask choice, for example, can greatly impact your comfort and, subsequently, your sleep quality. It is important to understand which type of mask will best suit you and what you find the most comfortable to wear. If you are not using the most comfortable accessories for your treatment then you are less likely to reap the benefits of your CPAP therapy and you will likely delay your sleep improvement.
All CPAP masks are designed to maximise your comfort while wearing them but what one person finds comfortable could be very different from what another person might believe is comfortable. CPAP masks also come in a variety of seals and frames, offering full masks and partial nasal masks depending on how your treatment has been directed.
As well as providing accessories and equipment, we are also able to service and repair your CPAP units. Our clinics stock replacement parts, filters, battery kits, tubing, humidifiers and CPAP tube cleaners for regular servicing.
Contact us today for more information about your machine and accessories choices or log onto our online store and discover the savings you could make with Australia’s largest network of CPAP clinics.