Posture Exercises May Improve Joint Health in Children

Posture Exercises May Improve Joint Health in Children

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Posture Exercises May Improve Joint Health in Children

Exercises to control posture could improve joint health in children with hemophilia and should form part of regular rehabilitation programs, a study suggests. The balance disturbances uncovered in the study could provide early signs of musculoskeletal disorders that could be prevented or reduced through prompt diagnosis and therapy, researchers said. The study, “Static postural balance evaluation and an investigation of the relationship with joint health in children with severe haemophilia: a controlled cross‐sectional study,” was…

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