Tim Cahill, an Australian football legend, and Brett Lee, a former fast bowler, were recently joined by Airphysio and Better Breathing Sport to launch their products in Dubai. After successfully launching their products in over a hundred countries, the two companies will now be available in the UAE.
The goal of these products is to help people breathe easier and improve their health. They use mechanical processes to clean and improve their breathing.
Paul O’Brien, the Global CEO of AirPhysio, said that this event is a significant achievement for the company and its partners. He noted that it is also very exciting to have two prominent sporting personalities as part of our team. One of our partners is the University of Sharjah, which is currently conducting a clinical trial for Covid.
According to Paul O’Brien, Airphysio is working with a local college to conduct a clinical trial for individuals who have previously been treated with a ventilator. In January this year, the company attended Expo 2020 Dubai and Arab Health 2022 in order to expand its reach. It also met with various potential distributors in the UAE.
After the launch, Lee will be returning to Australia to fulfill his commitments for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Tim Cahill, who is also a football legend, is currently participating in the Football World Cup in Qatar. Paul O’Brien, the managing director of the two companies, said that they have received a lot of positive feedback about their products and are eager to see how they can help people improve their health in the UAE.
AirPhysio has been recognized for its achievements in various countries, such as Australia, China, New South Wales, and the AIBCA. They have also been featured in case studies in the Middle East and India. Through their partnership with Austrade and Investment New South Wales, the two companies have been able to help improve the lives of many people.
The Better Breathing product is being used by some of India’s top athletes, such as a swimming champion. It is helping them improve their sporting performance.