Hospital-grade Manual Chest Physiotherapy Sessions at home

Apply correct and effective physiotherapy at home with the world's first personal smart Manual Chest PT vest and track your daily treatment progress via the AirCircle mobile app.

AirCircle loosens, thins, and propels mucus toward larger airways where it can be more readily coughed out, as the body is intended to do naturally.
Physiotherapists advice to perform airway clearance techniques up to four times a per day, each lasting 20-30 min.*
Manual Chest Physiotherapy reduces hospitalizations, emergency department visits, and the need for antibiotics.*
AirCircle is easy-to-travel with carrier, classified as a piece of carry-on luggage.

Effective Treatment for Patients of All Ages

AirCircle vests with adjustable straps offer a personalized fit in a wide variety of sizes (from 16”-60”).

Show your individual style with colorful fabric options.

Manage your pulmonary rehabilitation treatment in one app

With the AirCircle mobile app, you can manage your daily respiratory treatment easily.​

You can access the details of all the sessions and manage the treatment processes of your loved ones by adding medication, exercise and physiotherapy reminders.

Customize your chest physiotherapy according to the lung condition

AirCircle allows you access to Chest Physiotherapy programs that your physiotherapist has prepared specifically for you.

With visual guidance, you can be sure that you are always treating the correct zones with proper intensity and frequency.

Apply hospital-grade physiotherapy at home

Perform a chest physiotherapy at home with hospital-grade efficiency.​

The app guides the caregivers to perform the physiotherapy correctly and gives real-time feedback on session performance, pointing out errors.

Detailed Reports for each chest physiotherapy session

You can check all chest physiotherapy results on the application and share the results with your physiotherapist.


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2. Stark LJ, Miller ST, Plienes AJ, Drabman RS. Behavioral contracting to increase chest physiotherapy. Behave Modif 1987;11:75-86

3. Bernard, R. S., & Cohen, L. L. (2004). Increasing adherence to cystic fibrosis treatment: a systematic review of behavioral techniques. Pediatric pulmonology, 37(1), 8-16.