Sleep Therapy

Perkins Medical Supply has the finest in quality medical equipment and supplies. We have an extensive selection of CPAP devices. We handle most types of respiratory therapy equipment your doctor may prescribe.

The staff at Perkins Medical Supply realizes that receiving respiratory equipment can be a difficult experience. For this reason, we provide complete equipment setup. This includes patient assessment, instruction, and demonstration of all equipment performed by one of our qualified personnel. Our staff works closely with physicians, hospital staff, and all members of the health care community to coordinate a safe and proper home care environment.

Perkins Medical Supply offers a full line of CPAP equipment and follow-up services. We provide and ensure the highest level of patient compliance for those diagnosed with breathing and sleeping disorders.

Customer service is our most important concern. We truly care about each and every customer that comes to us for CPAP therapy equipment. We have professional and knowledgeable staff that have the experience to help patients with any apprehensions or questions regarding their CPAP therapy.

CPAP Supply Replacement

DID YOU KNOW? Most insurance companies now allow patients to receive a three months supply order at a time.

With a simple call to or from one of our friendly customer service representatives, Perkins Medical Supply can help you stay on the path to healthy PAP (Positive Air Pressure) therapy compliance. It is recommended that patients frequently change out their PAP interface equipment for optimal usage & comfort. Our representatives are available to verify your insurance benefits, take your supply order and ship the supplies directly to your home with FREE shipping!

Please contact us at (772) 569-3797 for details on your insurance plan benefits.

DID YOU KNOW? If you have recurring sinus infections or a cough you should consider replacing your entire breathing circuit (filters, tubing, and mask). Many of our patients do this every 3 months to prevent or reduce the incidence of respiratory infection.

DID YOU KNOW? It is best to wash and hang dry your tubing daily to help prevent growth of mold and bacteria.

Suggested Replacement Program

Mask: 1 every 3 months
Chinstrap: 1 every 6 months
Nasal Cushion/Pillow: 2 every 1 month
Disp Filter: 2 every 1 month
Full Face Cushion: 1 every 1 month
Non-Disp Filt: 1 every 6 months
Headgear: 1 every 6 months
Tubing: 1 every 1 month*
*Medicare is 1 every 3 months

10 Tips to Successful CPAP!

  1. Don't over tighten your headgear straps! Many patients tighten their headgear so tight that is compresses the cushion into your face, collapsing the cushion, causing the mask to leak air. The most common issue here is the headgear has lost its elasticity. Only wear the straps as tight as minimally needed. You should replace your complete mask every 3 months.
  2. Clean your mask's cushion daily! This helps prevent chafing of your face and reduces the incidence of infection. Mold and bacteria are a potential problem. Rinse well.
  3. Wash and dry all of your mask and headgear at least twice a week. Many mask manufacturers recommend that the mask is cleaned daily. You wash your clothes every day, don't you?
  4. Don't use harsh chemicals to clean your equipment. Hand-wash your cushion daily in a mild, non-antibacterial soap that does not contain lanolin. Low odor white vinegar and water or Woolite soap are good alternatives. Make sure to rinse well until there is no more odor.
  5. Replace your cushions or mask pillows every month. Although many of our patients replace their cushions or pillows regularly, there are many of you who do not. It's important for your hygiene to keep equipment sanitary. Also the medical grade silicone loses its elastic properties with time, pressure, and exposure to light.
  6. Watch out for mold! Spots that wash off and come back in a few days may be signs of mold that has established itself into the silicone. Once mold is inside of your cushion, you can't get it out.
  7. Wash and hang try tubing. It would be best to do this every day. If you don't you will be encouraging the growth of mold and bacteria. Medicare and most insurances will replace the tubing every month.
  8. Replace disposable filters at least each month. Medicare and most insurance companies will replace disposable filters twice each month. Remember the positive air is being forced into your upper airway, bypassing the noses ability to filter the air normally.
  9. Wash non-disposable sponge filters at least weekly. Replace these at least every 6 months.
  10. Recurring sinus infection or cough? If this is you, you should consider changing out your entire breathing circuit (filters, tubing, and mask). Many of our patients do this every 3 months to reduce the incidence of respiratory infection. Medicare and most insurance companies will pay for this.