Rehabilitation Robotics Demand to Increase by 28.9% Annually through 2025, States GMD in Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

23 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Worldwide, the demand for rehabilitation robotics is anticipated to increase by 28.9% on an annual basis through to 2025, with the cumulative market value reaching multi-billion-dollar levels.

The global market is poised to gain rapid traction due to an increasing uptake of microprocessor-controlled prosthetics (MPC prosthetics), assistive robots for handicapped people, healthcare exoskeletons, among others, to deal with disability and caused by various diseases/accidents from pole to pole.

Robotic rehabilitation treatment, bionic limbs and assistive devices are radically changing the healthcare industry landscape as well as lifestyles of patients and disabled persons. 

New research report “Global Rehabilitation Robotics Market 2016-2025” elaborated by Grace Market Data (GMD) offers an an-depth qualitative analysis of the market.

The study sheds light on the market structure; identifies the market growth drivers & restraints, and challenges; and uncovers emerging product trends and market opportunities. Porter’s fiver forces analysis is included. The report provides market segmentation based on product type, application, the function of the body, robot mobility, and by geographic region. For each segment, the report provides annual revenue data for 2014-2025; regional break-down of each sub-market is presented with respect to the value of annual sales for 2014-2015. For the regions discussed, the research offers an insightful analysis and data for annual revenue for every single year during the review period. The breakdown of regional and national markets by product type in the years to come is also available. The research canvasses the current competitive scenario and possible manufacturing trends; and offers detailed profiles of the 32 rehabilitation robot vendors comprising leaders in the marketplace and prominent emerging players. The report also discusses M&As and partnerships, risk assessment for investing in the global market, and critical success factors.

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