What We Do
We offer comprehensive education and treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). PAP (Positive Airway Pressure) therapy is safe, effective, and non-invasive. It requires no drugs or surgery.
Pulmonary function tests measure how well the lungs take in and release air and how well they move gases (such as oxygen) from the atmosphere and into the body's circulation.
We provide a comprehensive approach to sleep disorder breathing. Our board certified sleep physicians and respiratory therapists work towards diagnosis, education, and lifestyle so that you can have effective treatment.
We provide an increasingly useful and accessible way to confirm OSA by measuring oxygen saturation, heart rate, air flow and effort while also recording details about snoring and position. This can be done in your home via a home based sleep test.
An exercise stress test is used to determine how well your heart responds during times when it's working its hardest. During the test, you'll be asked to exercise on a treadmill while you're hooked up to an electrocardiogram (EKG) machine.
An echocardiogram uses sound waves (much like an ultrasound) to create a moving picture of the heart. The picture is much more detailed than an x-ray image and involves no radiation exposure.
Consultation is the first step to successful care and the most important aspect of medical treatment. A visit will help you to understand the various treatment methods and tests that may be ordered.
PulseAir offers onsite consultations with a specialist pediatric pulmonary (lung) physician. Pediatric pulmonary consultation can help with diagnosis & treatment of childhood respiratory diseases and in the evaluation of pulmonary symptoms.
Most suitable for those who are experiencing chronic chest pain of unknown cause, but who have NOT been previously diagnosed with a heart condition and are NOT already under the care of a heart specialist.
Twenty-four hour Holter monitoring is a continuous test to record your heart's rate and rhythm for 24 hours. You wear the Holter monitor as you go about your normal daily routine.
It is used to record blood pressure readings at specified times during a 24-hour period. An ambulatory blood pressure monitor is a non-invasive device that includes a special blood pressure cuff attached to a small monitor that you wear for 24 hours.
Our clinic utilizes respiratory therapists who are highly skilled health care professionals. They are a component of an inter disciplinary team that evaluate, treat, and educate our patients on their respiratory health.