“In haemophilic patients, joint damage leads to postural alterations that cause a worsening of the musculoskeletal structure on the entire axis, even in the upper limbs. But in patients in whom the disease is moderate, we are able to correct incorrect positions thanks to exercises on the platform in a process of biodfeedback “. This was explained by Ermes Vedovi, physiatrist of the Verona hospital, during the online meeting of the Vicenza stage of the Articoliamo campaign, supported by Sobi with the patronage of FedEmo and dedicated to the joint well-being of haemophilic patients. “Our experimentation involved six 45-minute sessions – he specified – The patient on the platform simulates postural exercises transmitted in videos that show different posture changes. By varying the plantar load and the inclination of the foot, the joint range not affected by the pathology, so it is possible to recover small movements from which to start to recover the correct movement of the entire joint “.” The platform is useful both for diagnosis and for treatment – concluded the expert – but must be accompanied by programs of early and continuous physiotherapy, correct and constant physical activity and of course prevention “.