Purpose Hemophilia is a hereditary coagulation disorder characterized by acute hemorrhages into the musculoskeletal system, leading eventually to arthropathy and disability. Chronic inflammation of the synovial membrane arises as a result of frequent joint hemorrhage. Proteolytic enzymes in the blood and cartilage cause deterioration after that, and joint space narrows. Chronic hemophilic arthropathy develops as a result of these unfavorable developments, which occur more quickly, especially in the target joints. Balance is a process that allows us to maintain our orientation in three-dimensional space while also regulating our body posture to avoid falling. After the central nervous system evaluates deep stimuli from sensory, visual, and auditory receptors, movement of the corresponding muscle groups is delivered.