Exercise and haemophilia during COVID-19
Dr Nathalie Roussel and Dr Sébastien Lobet discuss the many benefits of exercise for people with haemophilia during the COVID-19 pandemic, from periods of self-isolation to general wellbeing.
Haemophilia, exercise and COVID-19 risk
Dr Lobet, a physiotherapist and researcher specialising in haemophilia, discusses how those with certain conditions are at increased risk of contracting COVID-19, and how exercise may benefit physical and mental health.
Guidance and tips on exercising during self-isolation
Dr Roussel, a physiotherapist and Associate Professor specialising in chronic joint pain, explains the exercise recommendations by the World Health Organization.
*These videos were created during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and might include references of lockdowns or restrictions. While the advice and clinical data remains relevant and useful, the videos might include outdated information and references that don’t apply anymore.
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