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Chris lives in the USA and has Hemophilia B

"I notice that by just being active my muscles and joints feel better, the benefits of being healthy and active are huge."

-Chris Bombardier

HemActive app

The HemActive app has been designed specifically for people living with hemophilia and features clear demonstration videos to help people living with hemophilia to exercise safely and correctly.

Designed and built to help people living with hemophilia exercise safely and correctly

The HaemActive app has been specifically designed for people living with hemophilia. Created in partnership with specialist physiotherapists, the app has sections for different age groups and features clear demonstration videos to help perform the exercises safely and correctly. 

“Advice I would give to others living with hemophilia, definitely exercise and be active. The more active you are, the healthier state your joints will be in for longer.”

-Olivia Osbourne


Move. It’s good for you

References

The Hemophilia Society, Emotional and Mental Health,2020. Available from https://hemophilia.org.uk/support/day-day-living/emotional-mental-health [Last Accessed January 2021]

Carroll L et al. Patient Prefer Adherence. 2019;13:941-957.

Al-Huniti A, et al. Mental health disorders in hemophilia. Hemophilia. 2020;26:431-442

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