Sleep Apnea Testing and Treatment for Albertans

Think you may suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)? Peak Sleep Clinic offers FREE overnight take-home sleep studies throughout Alberta with locations in Calgary, Strathmore, High River, Okotoks, Red Deer, Carstairs and Edmonton, Alberta Canada. If you are diagnosed with having Sleep Apnea, Peak Sleep Clinic also provides CPAP equipment and accessories for your convenience, allowing you to trial your machine before you buy. We can beat any Calgary Sleep Clinic's price on CPAP machines and accessories!

You do not need an appointment or referral from your physician, though it is recommended. Contact our office today at 1-855-738-PEAK to book an appointment, learn more about our services, or walk-in to one of our 13 locations that is closest to you to speak to one of our qualified Sleep Technicians.

If you are unsure whether you suffer from OSA, you can take our questionnaire and we will contact you to set up an appointment if we believe you qualify for testing. If you want to learn more about OSA, head to our FAQ page.

Have you already been seen by us? We'd love get your feedback! Fill out our customer satisfaction form so that we can continue to be the go-to Sleep Apnea clinic that Albertans love.

Peak Sleep Clinic was created in 2014 as a way to help the increasing number of Albertans who are looking for relief from sleep disordered breathing. We strive to provide a superior level of treatment that exceeds expectation by providing short wait times, accessible locations, knowledgeable staff and patient-centered care.

Amin Thawer

Director of Clinical Services and Education

Amin Thawer joins Peak Sleep from Peak Pulmonary, a respiratory, allergy testing and specialist consultation company based in Calgary, Alberta. He is a Registered Respiratory Therapist and Certified Respiratory Educator.  He is also a research enthusiast, having worked with the University of Calgary’s Respiratory Research Department completing dozens of clinical trials.  He has also managed the Respiratory Educators of the Calgary COPD and Asthma Program as part of Alberta Health Services.

Inder Tumber

Registered Respiratory Therapist & Polysomnographic Technologist

Inder grew up in Calgary, and has helped people understand their sleeping habits for more than five years. After completing his Bachelor of Science—Bio Chemistry degree at the University of Saskatchewan he moved back to Calgary and completed Respiratory therapy at SAIT. He then headed west to Kelowna, B.C. and worked at a sleep clinic. While at the clinic he found his passion for helping people get a better nights rest and better their lives.  In his free time, Inder enjoy supporting his favorite team, the Calgary Flames, playing ball hockey and spending time with his family.

Interrupted sleep may lead to Alzheimer’s, new studies show

July 18, 2017, By Tara Bahrampour, The washington post

"Three studies by researchers at Wheaton College in Illinois found significant connections between breathing disorders that interrupt sleep and the accumulation of biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease. Treating the problems with dental appliances or CPAP machines that force air into airways could help lower the risk of dementia or slow its progress, the researchers said." Read More.


Robust Association Between Migraine and Sleep Apnea

June 26th, 2017, by Pauline Anderson, www.medscape.com

"About 37% of patients with migraine responding to a survey were deemed to be at high risk for  SA, which is much higher than estimates in the general population." Read More.