Inspire Therapy in the News

See how Inspire therapy is making headlines.

The views expressed in the news stories below are the views of the media and not Inspire Medical Systems. The patient testimonials in these stories relate to accounts of an individual’s response to treatment. The accounts are genuine, typical and documented. However, responses to the treatment can and do vary. Not every response is the same.

 

Jan 2018

Sleep Apnea Patient Finds Rest with Implant Device: “It Saved My Life”

Peggy Siravo suffered such severe memory loss due to her untreated OSA that her family thought she had dementia. Now that she uses Inspire therapy, she feels great and truly believes it “saved her life”.

Hear more from Peggy and Dr. Maurits Boon of Jefferson Health on CBS This Morning.

Jan 2018

New Nerve Stimulation Treatment Helps Ease Sleep Apnea

Jessica Wilson suffered from severe daytime sleepiness and depression due to her untreated sleep apnea. She tried using CPAP, but would take the mask off during the night. Last year, her doctor at Vanderbilt University suggested she try Inspire therapy. Inspire has given her more energy than ever before, her depression has been eliminated and she is calling Inspire the “best thing she’s ever done”.

Hear more from Jessica and Dr. Kent at Vanderbilt University.

Oct 2017

Neuromodulation to Treat Sleep Apnea: Top 10 Medical Innovations 2018

The Cleveland Clinic announced the Top 10 Medical Innovations of 2018, naming Neuromodulation to Treat Sleep Apnea the #2 innovation of the year.

Watch a short video of the announcement here.

Oct 2017

New Hope For Those Who Suffer With Sleep Apnea

Rafael was only getting 1 to 2 hours of sleep per night due to his severe obstructive sleep apnea. He recently received Inspire therapy from Dr. Richard Wein at Tufts Medical Center and can’t wait to start feeling great.

Hear more from Rafael and Dr. Wein on WCVB Boston.

Jul 2017

Enter Sandman: Woman Undergoes New Surgery to Solve Sleep Apnea Issues

Nancy McBride stopped breathing almost 60 times an hour due to her untreated OSA. She tried to use CPAP, but struggled with the mask and hose. Dr. Maurits Boon suggested she give Inspire therapy a try. Now, she no longer struggles with daytime sleepiness and calls Inspire a “miracle”.

Hear more from Nancy and Dr. Boon on Inside Edition. 

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