Land- and pool-based therapy for those with bleeding disorders.
Meditation is another pain management tool for people with bleeding disorders. Learn how one man with severe hemophilia A uses it successfully.
The Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to prevent harmful side effects from acetaminophen and propoxyphene in prescription pain medications.
For people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders and their families, art therapy can be a helpful complement to treatment.
Ancient therapy may alleviate pain and restore function in people with bleeding disorders.
Hypnosis can help reduce pain because the sensation of pain is influenced by multiple factors, including emotional and cognitive components.
Music is gaining acceptance as a tool to help people, including those with bleeding disorders, cope with pain.
Complementary and alternative medicine for hemophilia-related pain management requires careful scrutiny.
Phillip Fletcher has seen firsthand how pain can tear a family apart.
For Leland Smith, 16, who has severe hemophilia A with an inhibitor, sometimes it feels like an enormous force is crushing his joints.
Participants are learning how to better articulate pain to their providers, and doctors are learning better ways to treat it.
When Sherry Johnsson's* son, Mark*, was three years old, he had a joint bleed and was brought to his local hemophilia treatment center (HTC) for a peripheral infusion.
More than an uncomfortable annoyance, pain can affect every aspect of daily life.