CPAP Joe, the founder with sleep apnea

"I Invented The CPAP Pro "No Mask" Because I Couldn’t Tolerate CPAP Masks"

Joseph Goldstein - "CPAP Joe"


Years of research, testing, and hard work have produced the most comfortable CPAP nasal masks ever. On November 22, 1996, Joe Goldstein, the inventor of The CPAP Pro "No Mask", was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea. He knew absolutely nothing about this prevalent sleep disorder other than the use of CPAP nasal masks was most uncomfortable. Several of his friends had given up on the sleep apnea symptoms treatment due to the extreme discomfort. Recognizing the severe health risks inherent in NOT following his doctor’s orders, he vowed that he would never quit and that he would faithfully persevere in the nightly use of the latest CPAP technology. However, within a very short period, the pain and irritation became so unbearable that he purchased every available face mask and eagerly awaited the arrival of the next highly touted CPAP miracle mask, unfortunately to no avail. CPAP became so intolerable that nightly he would put Xylocaine around his nose and take several Advil hoping to fall asleep before the pain became too severe. This tortuous experience became unendurable, and regardless of his doctor’s warnings, he stopped using CPAP, since at this stage he was more than willing to suffer the possible consequences.


The  Innovation Of The "NO MASK" System

Finally, as an inventor of several successful products, he started to ponder the problems of designing a superior, more comfortable nasal interface. Thus, after four years of effort, The NoMask, the latest CPAP technology, was created. Additional years of testing and extensive research have brought to market the device we now sell today.