Treatment plan

Please complete the survey below if you are unsure whether to start diagnosing and treating your sleep and breathing during sleep. We will contact you!

Depending on the severity of breathing disorders during sleep and what causes of these disorders we have diagnosed – we adapt an individual treatment plan to them. In some cases, treatment may be based only on joint work on weight reduction or speech therapy exercises (so-called myofunctional therapy); in others, on surgical treatment or using a CPAP or intraoral device. Many patients require two or more interventions to achieve optimal treatment outcomes. During the treatment, there is constant contact with the Clebre coordinator.

  • Complete the Survey

    The patient completes an online questionnaire regarding sleep quality and health.

  • Pick up the pulse oximeter.

    The patient sleeps at home for a minimum of 2 nights.

  • Initial visit

    In-depth interview with the patient, physical examination (ENT, painless fiberscope), education about apnea, planning further diagnostic tests, scheduling appointments with specialists.

  • Treatment plan

    The patient implements the treatment plan agreed upon with the doctor with the support of the Clebre coordinator.

  • Control visit

    We discussed results together, planned further diagnostics, and planned consultations with Clebre specialists—a timeline discussion of the treatment plan.

If you know you snore or have been told you have apnea, please get in touch with us. If you have already had a night examination, a treatment that was supposed to cure snoring or apnea, or if you use a CPAP machine and want to improve the quality of your sleep further – sign up for a consultation.

The first step is an hour-long initial visit to a doctor specializing in sleep breathing disorders, a thorough history taking, and a complete ENT examination, preceded by a minimum two-night sleep study at home (even if you have had a sleep study before). During the visit, we will also perform an endoscopic assessment of the upper respiratory tract to assess any possible disorders in their patency accurately.

We can suggest further steps and present a complete 12-month treatment plan.