People living with Haemophilia and other related bleeding disorders can exercise and participate in sports.
— But it’s crucially important to do so safely by working with your HTC Physiotherapist to create a fitness plan that’s right for you
Activities for children, teenagers, and adults.
Be sure to talk with your or your child’s doctor and / or physiotherapist about which activities they recommend. Here are some typical activities that people with hemophilia often participate in.
Sports, exercise, and risk.
Every sport or exercise has a certain amount of risk—but some, such as those that involve physical contact with other players or equipment, may be unsafe for people living with a bleeding disorder. When you know the level of risk associated with different activities, you’ll be better prepared to make good choices. Always discuss your plans with your doctor before engaging in any physical activity.