Kinesiotaping for the Treatment of Haematomas in Haemophiliacs: a Case Control Study

SUMMARY Introduction. Intramuscular hemorrhages are the second most common type of bleeding in patients with haemophilia. In haemophilic patients, muscle bleeding causes pain and postural defects and requires a long healing time. Aim. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of kinesiotaping, in combination with functional rehabilitation and CO2 laser therapy, in … Continued