Newcastle Jets are pleased to announce AirPhysio has joined the Club for the remainder of the 2020/21 season and for season 2021/22.
AirPhysio, a respiratory therapy device that is used to clear mucus from the lungs and airways and expand the lungs to allow users to breathe easier and can treat people with various conditions such as asthma, COPD and Cystic Fibrosis, will be represented on the A-League playing shorts as an official partner.
“AirPhysio are passionate about helping community and changing lives. They are an innovative Australian business that is achieving real growth here and in international markets. To partner with a business like this is something we are excited about,” Jets Executive Chairman, Shane Mattiske said.
“AirPhysio are passionate sports people and football supporters, so we are very happy to have them on board as part of our family for the next season and a half.”
Using Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure, the portable drug free device allows users to breathe easier.
The business is entirely based in Regional NSW (East Maitland and Tweed Heads) and is an international success story, now selling thousands of devices around the world.
With different versions for differing lung capacities AirPhysio helps anyone from kids with asthma, to chronic COPD sufferers, through to fit athletes wanting that little bit more lung capacity.
Director Steve Owen said AirPhysio has a strong community focus and is hoping the new relationship with the Newcastle Jets will be of ongoing benefit to both parties as well as the Hunter community.
“Both myself and my business partner Paul O’Brien have worked hard to not only create a successful international business, but one that can actually change lives,” Owen said.
“As a regional business we want that involvement with our local clubs, providing that support and working with them in their own community programs as well as our own.
“Personally, I have followed local football for over 50 years and I know that together we can build a fantastic long term relationship with the Jets and be with the club as it continues to grow and have success.”