Clin Case Rep Int | Volume 6, Issue 1 | Short Communication | Open Access

A Short Communication on Hemophilic Arthropathy among Women

Sethulakshmi CS and Subramanya P*

Department of Yoga Studies, Central University of Kerala, India

*Correspondance to: Subramanya Pailoor 

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Abstract

Hemophilic arthropathy is a condition whereby the articular bleeding confines into the joint cavity, either as a part of injury or under traumatic situations in hemophilic patients. It typically affects the musculoskeletal systems persisting with pains, inflammations, and decreased range of motion. Even though more common among men, women do suffer from this condition and get mostly affected during menstruation cycles, childbirth, and other ad-hoc conditions. The therapeutical principles of yoga are found to be more welcoming than other manual therapies since yoga focuses on an optimum lifestyle that coordinates mind, body, and soul for improving the quality of life.

Keywords:

Hemophilia; Women; Arthropathy; Yoga therapy; Quality of life

Citation:

Sethulakshmi CS, Subramanya P. A Short Communication on Hemophilic Arthropathy among Women. Clin Case Rep Int. 2022; 6: 1329.

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