About me

Enthusiastic physiotherapist and researcher

I am a sports physiotherapist, doctor in motor sciences and a researcher at the Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc in Brussels, Belgium. I have long been interested in the interactions between physical activity and health and am also co-founder of the Da Vinci Health, an exercise medicine centre that allows unconditioned people to get back to physical activity in a supervised and safe way. I am also a world-travelling lecturer and author of numerous scientific publications on the importance of physical activity and physiotherapy in the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal diseases such as hemophilia.

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Name :

Sébastien Lobet

Age :

44 years

Location :

Brussels, Belgium

Feasibility and outcomes of low-dose and low-frequency prophylaxis with recombinant extended half-life products (Fc-rFVIII and Fc-rFIX) in Ivorian children with hemophilia: Two-year experience in the setting of World Federation of Haemophilia humanitarian aid programme

Introduction: In sub-Saharan Africa, access to clotting factor concentrates (CFCs) is often extremely limited and published data on people with haemophilia on prophylaxis are almost not existent.


Comprehensive care on paper only? The challenge for physiotherapy provision in day to day haemophilia practice

Dear Editor: Comprehensive care for people with haemophilia (PWH) is endorsed by the World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH), and it is now the preferred model of care provision for people with inherited bleeding disorders.


Paediatric patients with blood-induced ankle joint arthritis demonstrate physiological foot joint mechanics and energetics during walking

Aim: To compare foot joint kinetics and energetics in male paediatric boys with and without blood-induced ankle joint destruction to these of matched control groups.


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