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

Discordance between joint pain and imagery severity in the ankle joint and contributors of lower limb activity limitations in adults with haemophilia: A cross-sectional study


People with haemophilia (PwH) suffer from knee and ankle joint pain, but the association with structural damage remains underexplored.


Pain interferes with daily activities, emotions and sleep in adults with severe, moderate and mild haemophilia: A national cross-sectional survey

Pain is a major issue in people with haemophilia (PwH). Few studies comprehensively assessed pain in PwH using a biopsychosocial framework and studies in mild PwH are lacking.


Synovitis and joint health in patients with haemophilia: Statements from a European e-Delphi consensus study

Introduction: Synovitis, a common feature in haemophilia, is triggered by the presence of blood in joints, and represents the first step towards the development of chronic arthropathy.


ACTIVLIM-Hemo: A new self-reported, unidimensional and linear measure of activity limitations in persons with haemophilia


To assess activity limitations in people with haemophilia (PwH), the self-reported Haemophilia Activity List (HAL) is widely employed, despite several methodological limitations impacting the interpretation of categorical scores.


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