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Get a good night’s sleep from Iowa’s top CPAP experts

Call Today: 515.223.2727

Struggling to get the sleep you need? Constant snoring a big issue? Feeling tired? Sluggish? Not focused?

You breathe differently during sleep and wakefulness. During sleep, your muscles relax, your airway narrows, and your body exerts less effort to breathe.

With sleep apnea (almost no airflow) the following happens:

  • The tongue falls back against the airway

  • There is interruption in breathing

  • The airway is obstructed or blocked and can last from just a few seconds to over a minute

  • There are short & long-term health risks if left untreated

Iowa CPAP provides the education needed for CPAP use.
We demonstrate how to use the equipment and fit you with a proper mask. We have options!
We carry the top brands and provide support for all your needs.

Sleep apnea can leave you feeling tired and unable to focus—Treatment with a CPAP machine raises all kinds of questions:

  • How long before I feel rested?
  • What kind of mask will work best for me?
  • I am a mouth breather, would a nasal mask work for me?

Iowa CPAP is your expert partner. We can help you manage your sleep apnea.

Whether you’re seeking the best CPAP machine or need help with your current unit, Iowa CPAP has the right supplies and a knowledgeable team to educate you on your options and get you back to waking up refreshed.

Call Today: 515.223.2727

Wondering if you have sleep apnea?

Doctors recommend getting a sleep study to help you on the path to a diagnosis and treatment with a CPAP machine, and Iowa Sleep can help. Visit Iowa Sleep’s website to learn more and make an appointment

Get a Sleep Study

Caring Experts

Get educated on all the details of your breathing machine from our expert team of respiratory therapists.

Transparent Pricing

At Iowa CPAP, our transparent pricing practices mean you’ll always know exactly what cost to expect.

Next-Day Appointments

A good night’s sleep can’t wait. Schedule next-day appointments at our Ankeny and West Des Moines locations.

Top Sleep Solutions

Choose from top brands such as ResMed, Fisher & Paykel, and Philips Respironics.

Ready to get a better night’s sleep?

Step 1

Call Iowa CPAP

Give our team a call, and we’ll help you determine your next best step.

When you call, make sure you have completed the following steps:

  • Your initial visit with your sleep doctor – we recommend Iowa Sleep
  • You have had your sleep study and study results
  • Insurance information
Step 2

Review pricing and set an appointment

Together, we’ll review pricing details and set up a meeting with our respiratory therapists as soon as the next day. During your appointment, a therapist will educate you on product options, fit your CPAP mask, and answer any questions you might have.

Step 3

Get a good night’s sleep

Equipped with the right CPAP machine and the best CPAP mask for you, wake up feeling rested and refreshed.

Call Today: 515.223.2727

Dr. Steven Zorn, M.D.

Dr. Steven Zorn is the founder of Iowa Sleep and Iowa CPAP and is Board Certified in Sleep Medicine, as well as Pulmonary Medicine and Internal Medicine. With over 25 years of experience in sleep medicine and treatment, Dr. Zorn’s philosophy is that every patient should know as much as possible about their sleep condition.

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Dr. Zorn completed his internal medicine residency and fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. As a Pulmonary Fellow at Yale University Medical School, he received an NIH research fellowship award.

About Iowa CPAP

Iowa CPAP, LLC has been a leading provider of durable medical equipment in Ankeny and West Des Moines since 2011.

We offer expertise in your sleep apnea needs by specializing solely in CPAP equipment and supplies. Our experienced respiratory therapist will show, fit, and provide you with the right style of mask to ensure you get a good night’s sleep. We only offer name brands such as ResMed, Fisher & Paykel, and Philips Respironics. We are privately owned by Dr. Steven Zorn, M.D.

Learn MoreCall Today: 515.223.2727

While CPAP and Bi-PAP machines can help you manage your sleep apnea, they do not cure sleep issues or sleep apnea.

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