Pillar Procedure for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
The Pillar Procedure A Clinically Proven Effective Treatment for Snoring & Mild to Moderate Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Tired of snoring affecting the quality of your life? Let’s face it, dealing with chronic snoring can be frustrating. At home, away on business or while vacationing, snoring can lead to sleepless nights and strained relationships. Whether it’s you or someone you care about who snores, the tendency may be to “tough it out” and make the best of a bad situation. Fortunately there is a new way to deal with chronic snoring. Thousands of people who were living this nightmare have found the relief they were looking for with the Pillar Procedure…an innovative, Health Canada-cleared, clinically proven treatment for snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
The Pillar Procedure has achieved results comparable to those of more aggressive surgical procedures. Nearly 80% of patients participating in a clinical study saw a reduction in sleep apnea and daytime sleepiness. Most patients also report a noticable, lasting reduction in snoring. This procedure is simple and is performed in one office visit. Patients who undergone the Pillar Procedure report minimal pain and experience far less recovery time than with more invasive procedures. In fact, most patients resume normal activities and diet the same day.
The Pillar Procedure for Sleep Apnea enjoys high patient & bed partner satisfaction.
* Brief in-office procedure, minimally invasive, return to normal activities same day, minimal discomfort or pain, should not impact normal palate function such as swallowing or speech, resume normal diet the day of the procedure, designed to be a permanent solution.
In August 2006, I went to Dr Korkis for a snoring problem. I was keeping my husband awake at night and kept waking myself up. I woke up at least 15 to 20 times in a night. When morning came, I could not get out of bed as I felt exhausted. During the day, I always felt tired and lacked energy. Dr. Korkis sent me for a Sleep Apnea study that confirmed my sleeping difficulty.