Scientific Committee

Martine Reynaud-Gaubert

Professor of Medicine and Head of Department Pneumology, rare respiratory disease, cystic fibrosis

Hospital Practitioner Hospital north of Marseille - APHM
Medical Officer of Lung Transplant Program Adults
Marseille Coordinator of the Competence Center for Pulmonary Hypertension weans
Coordinator of Resource Center and Competence Cystic Fibrosis (CRCM) Coordinator of Disease Competence Center Rare Lung adult

Professor Reynaud-Gaubert directs clinical studies and PhysioAssist publications since 2011 to produce and develop scientific knowledge of PhysioAssist the benefit of patients.

Hughes Gauchez

Osteopathy physiotherapist specializing in respiratory - CKRF Lille

Referent Physiotherapist for the association “Vaincre la mucoviscidose”
Founding president of the AMK Representative IPGCF for France (International Physiotherapy Group for Cystic Fibrosis)
President of P2R Training - Autogenous drainage and respiratory physiotherapy techniques

Hugues Gauchez accompanies Physio-Assist in defining the Simeox use patterns by physiotherapists. He is an expert autogenous drainage and adopts Simeox into daily practice, in assisted sessions or during patient autonomy implementation.

Philippe Giovannetti

Physiotherapist specializing in respiratory disorders

Physiotherapist CRCM referent North Hospital Marseille - APHM Board member and senior trainer of AMK (Cystic Fibrosis and Physiotherapy Association)
Member MUCOMED (CRCMs Southeastern Association)

Mr. Giovannetti accompanies PhysioAssist since 2012 in conducting clinical studies and the development of Simeox. His expertise, always facing the patient has guided us in the choice and ergonomic practices Simeox.

Referent Physiotherapists

Sophie Jacques

Respiratory Physiotherapist - Rennes

Autogenous drainage trainer in France, Belgium and Eastern countries
President of the French Association “Mucoviscidose et Kinésithérapie” (AMK)
Respiratory Rehabilitation Inter-Universities Diploma

Sophie Jacques uses Simeox with her patients in her daily practice and helps them to autonomously manage their drainage. Sophie helps Physioassist with the Simeox training, she brings and shares her Simeox expertise with new physiotherapist users.

Mathilde Proffit

RESPIRATORY PHYSIOTHERAPIST, NICE

Junior autogenous drainage trainer

Mathilde has worked for 2 years at Necker university hospital center, a renowned pediatric hospital in Paris - where she has started using the Simeox on different patients, some of them with very severe lung conditions. She is now living in the South of France where she has started her private practice, and she uses Simeox on all her patients. Mathilde has now a huge Simeox experience, having used the device on more than 100 patients with always great feedback and results. Mathilde helps PhysioAssist in implementing and disseminating a qualitative training program.