Rehabilitation 2020 community is glad to introduce International Conference on Rehabilitationand Physical Medicine to the world that is going to take place on 6th and 7th of July 2020 in the “Venice of North” Amsterdam which is the most populous city of Netherland. The capital city got its nick name for having large number of canals like Venice of Italy which are declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Being the commercial capital of Netherlands, the city is one of the top finance centre of Europe and has headquarters of many of the world’s largest companies such as Philips, AkzoNobel, TomTom and ING while also hosting the European headquarters for leading technological companies like Uber, Netflix and Tesla. The city was ranked as the 2nd best city to live in 2012 by Economist Intelligence Unit which only makes it more appropriate location to hold the conference here.
International Conference on Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine during 6-7 July 2020 at Paris, France aims at accumulation and distribution of knowledge among the different stake holders in the field on physical medicine including individual with physical disability, caretakers for individuals with physical disability, health professionals, administrators and policy makers, researchers, scientists, physiatrists, doctors, drug pharmaceuticals, laboratories, and industries manufacturing devices to aid physically impaired individuals.
The active participators of the conferences can avail many benefits from the congress which is going to accumulate many experts from its field such as enriching their knowledge bases, growth in their insight landscape, enhancement of their awareness, growth of professional network, interaction with eminent profiles in the field, new approach to the physical medicine field, knowledge about the upcoming necessities and system administration opportunities etc.
The conference also aims at providing its guests with thought provoking keynote addresses, correlative poster and oral presentations, enchanting exhibitions, extravagant sponsorship openings and media collaborations and associations.
Physiatrists usually treat patients who have had an amputation, spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and other debilitating injuries. Physiatrists require a team of physical, speech, recreational and occupational therapists to treat such patients in a hospital environment. Whereas in outdoors they also serve patients with joint and muscle injuries, Pain syndromes, non-healing wounds, and other disabling conditions. In such cases it has become an importance topic to be addressed and making the practitioners aware of the new development that could ease the pain of patients through this conference.
Sessions & Tracks
Rehabilitation in physical medicine is that core branch of health care industry which holds training, medicine and physical equipment to help people recover from their inabilities that are a result of any recent change in their health condition. Once a person is finished with his treatments or surgery for healing any physical impairment/ disability they then require rehabilitation to regain their strength and resume their ordinary life post injuries.
Rehabilitation products can include speech, occupational or physical therapies based on the requirement of the patient. Rehabilitation mainly aims at making people independent after their critical treatments or surgeries. The products which include motion devices, exercise equipment, daily living aids, treatment tablets, healthcare furniture and positioning products are designed to restore, maintain and enhance the physical strength of a person after treatment.
The rehabilitation products available globally are categorised under different bases such as:
· Product Insights
o Mobility equipment: wheelchairs, scooters, walking assist devices
o Exercise Equipment: hand grip exercisers, pedo cycles, arm, chest, and foot exercisers, multi-exercise chairs etc,
o Daily living Aids: medical beds, bathroom & toilet assist devices, and reading, writing, & computer aids
o Body supporting Devices: patient lifts and slings
The global market is currently led by the mobility equipment followed by the daily living aids. This segment is expected to maintain its growth in the upcoming times calculation the increase in number of elderly and handicapped persons around the globe.
· Application Insights
o Occupational Therapy
Taking the advantage of its more holistic approach, occupational therapy is leading the global market. Growing geriatric population, changing lifestyles and number of mortal accident rates are propelling towards its increasing demand. Physiotherapy when uses techniques for the improvement, maintenance and restoration of physical strength, occupational therapy on the other hand is more about the comprehensive evaluation of patients, their family and environment thus encouraging them to perform their daily activities on their own.
· End use Insights
o Hospitals & Clinics
o Rehab Centres
Hospitals and clinics account for the largest segment of the market as hospitals use the most rehabilitating devices in the current scenario owing to its patient pooling. At the same time rehabs is expected to have a steady growth in the forecasted period owing to the growth in awareness of people about physiotherapy, technological advancements in physiotherapy centres, and rising prevalence of non-communicable diseases.
· Regional Insights
o North America
o Asia Pacific
North America is currently the largest player in the rehabilitation sector and is expected to hold its position in the upcoming times and is followed by Europe whereas Asia Pacific is calculated to be the fastest growing segment given to the emerging economies of China, Japan and India. Enhanced knowledge about rehabilitation equipment, growing number of physicians, and supportive government programs & policies are expected to propel growth in this region.
· Competitive Insights
o Invacare Corporation
o Medline Industries, Inc.
o Dynatronics Corporation
o Drive Devilbiss Healthcare
o Esko Bionics
o Caremax Rehabilitation Equipment Ltd.
o GF Health Products, Inc.
o Hospital Equipment Mfg. Co.
o Maddak, Inc.
o India Medico Instruments
The global market value of Clinical rehabilitation Service Market was valued to be $1.5 million in 2018 and is expected to rise to be $2millions by 2024 with Asia Pacific occupying the most segments of market.
The growing population of geriatric patients and number of accidents leading to handicapped persons is propelling the market for physical medicine and rehabilitation. The massive efforts being put all over the world in upgrading the healthcare infrastructure in order to aid the patients suffering from cases of cardiovascular diseases, drug abuse, cancer, and disabilities are helping in escalating the need of rehabilitation products resulting in a steep growth of the market segment.
On the other hand, the high costs of these devices and the slow adoption rate among patients is providing hindrance to the growing sector. The technological developments in rehabilitation products are being looked forward to erasing the negative impacts and carry the market forward to make people experience better lifestyles.