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Our Guarantee to You

SCS is the only sleep healthcare provider in Australia which guarantees effective treatment of your moderate to severe sleep apnoea condition; or your money back!

Sleep Clinic Services (in conjunction with Fisher & Paykel) is offering a free F&P Healthcare mask with any F&P CPAP Icon+ purchased during October 2015.

cpap-masksChoose from either the F&P Pilairo, Eson, or Simplus healthcare masks (as demonstrated in the above video). 

"I would wake up feeling run down and still tired as if being on the grog all night!"
- Jim Goldring

"The ease of a Home Sleep Study was very comforting And my CPAP machine delivered promptly to my door."
- Belinda Skinner

"I had visions of trying to sleep in a cold, sterile and unfamiliar environment, far removed from my current sleep environment. Nothing could be so different."
- Louise Child.


Continuous Positive Airway Pressurisation (CPAP) has long been recognised as the 'gold standard' for the treatment of moderate to severe sleep apnoea. Despite this, around 55% of people prescribed with CPAP treatment discontinued their therapy after just a few weeks. Studies show the main reasons for CPAP discontinuation among new users is their lack of technical knowledge and poor understanding of CPAP therapy.

"I came to you because someone said you were good. Experience showed that to be an understatement. I admire anyone that is passionate about their work."
- Andrew Reekie

"She [Robyn Fowler] has gone the extra mile on a number of occasions, by hand delivering a temporary machine for my use whilst my machine was getting serviced."
- Len Kasulke

"My advice to anyone with obstructive sleep apnoea is not to suffer anymore or risk the health consequences of sleep apnea."
- Elizabeth Hall

Snoring can be treated

CPAP (continuous positive airway pressurisation) has long been identified as the 'gold standard' for the treatment of moderate to severe sleep disordered breathing (SDB) conditions such as sleep apnoea (where the patient stops breathing hundreds of times while asleep).  But what about CPAP as a treatment for snoring?