Continue and intensify the partnership created in 2015 with the Centre de Références et de Compétences de la Mucoviscidose de Montpellier for the implementation of Adapted Physical Activities within the care pathway for patients living with Cystic Fibrosis. A project supported by the Association Vaincre La Mucoviscidose.


Raise awareness among patients followed at the Montpellier CRCM about physical activity and increase the rate of practice within the Montpellier CRCM. But also, designing a facilitated access to these sessions, via a digital path and support in VisioMoov.


As part of this partnership, Mooven has developed a tailor-made, comprehensive support programme for patients as well as the medical team.


For patients:

Be encouraged and advised in your practice, integrate a physical activity programme in person or by videoconference.


For the CRCM team:

Enrich the care pathway with a programme to raise awareness of the practice of Adapted Physical Activity.


Practising patients have been able to make real progress thanks to:

  • improving the overall quality of life
  • reducing exacerbations and hospitalisations
  • facilitating daily activities and physiotherapy
  • an improvement in self-esteem and abilities

Group sessions with VisioMoov allow:

  • psychological and social support
  • increased motivation
  • a work on the representations of the body
  • elimination of the risk of cross-infections
  • the reduction of transport costs and time

ILS EN PARLENT : suivi avec VisioMoov

""For my part, I feel that a new energy sets in at each meeting. It is true that our sessions require some effort, but they are always beneficial for my daily life. Climbing the stairs, cleaning, continuing my dancing activity... Everything becomes easier. In addition, I have started gaining awareness of my body, of becoming aware of my breathing possibilities, of the existence of my muscles. My goal is to improve a little more each week to maintain my health." "
C., 39 years old,
followed by face-to-face and videoconference in Grenoble