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"If you have any concerns please contact us, even if you think the query is insignificant, that is what we are here for."

Physiotherapist Anna Wells

Sport

Whether you’re a kid at school or a senior, you need to make sure you keep active to maintain your physical and mental wellbeing. Many people may think that having a bleeding disorder means you can’t join in, when in fact the right kinds of exercise will help to strengthen your bones and joints - giving you greater protection against bleeds!

Child Child
Parents, fear not! Your child’s participation in sports, in and out of school, is not only possible…but recommended! Read more in this section to find out how they can safely join in, and how certain activities can help them to develop bone and joint strength.
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Teenager Teenager
Staying active and being involved in sports in and out of school is key to maintaining a healthy, strong body and mind.
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Adult Adult
Exercise is essential in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. If you have a bleeding disorder it is even more advantageous as it enables you to build muscle strength that can help to prevent bleeds.
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Older people Older people
Exercise is essential in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. If you have a bleeding disorder it is even more advantageous as it enables you to build muscle strength that can help to prevent bleeds.
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