According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research “Women’s Health Rehabilitation Products Market (By Product – Orthopedic, Urinary incontinence, Pelvic Pain, Pregnancy and Post-partum, Breast Cancer, Lymphedema, and Osteoporosis): Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2016–2024”, the women’s health rehabilitation products market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.0% from 2016 to 2024 to reach US$ 4.2 Bn by 2024.
Athletics, pregnancy, breast surgery, and osteoporosis could lead to musculoskeletal situations that cause weakness and pain. Hence, functional disability or impairment caused due to such conditions may affect the normal life of women in terms of mobility and social interaction. Women’s health rehabilitation programs are designed to mitigate the risk caused due to such deformities and help improve the health status through application of advanced therapies and treatments. Women’s health rehabilitation products help women to improve their health. Rehabilitation professionals such as physiatrists and physical therapists use rehabilitation products to help patients regain and maintain their health. Appropriate rehabilitative treatment and monitoring help improve musculoskeletal function, increase strength in supporting muscles, and restore proper functioning of the body.
Increased incidence and prevalence of deformities among women caused due to various factors such as breast cancer, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, and lymphedema fuel the growth of the women’s health rehabilitation products market. Increase in awareness about the need for rehabilitation among women across the globe also boosts market growth. Demand for women’s health rehabilitation products is increasing globally due to rise in disease burden causing impairments among women. According to a report published by the WHO in 2013, rising maternal deaths were reported in developing countries, injuries due to road accidents are high in women in developed and developing countries, and cardiovascular disease is the primary cause of death among women. Major factors that contribute to increase in prevalence of physiological defects in women are growing geriatric population, rise in incidence of chronic diseases, and change in lifestyle, among others.
Rehabilitation is a highly monitored activity that assists in improving the health status of people suffering from various physical and mental problems. Rehabilitation programs include exercise training, monitoring of body vitals, education about healthy habits, and various other activities that help a patient to retain her health.
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North America accounted for the largest share of 37.45% of the global women’s health rehabilitation market in 2015, followed by Europe. The dominance of these two regions is attributed to the aging population and increasing number of accidents in the past few years. However, the market in Asia Pacific is likely to expand at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Factors such as untapped market and unmet needs for women’s rehabilitation products, developing health care infrastructure, and distribution and partnership strategies adopted by the key players support market growth in the region. According to the United Nations (UN), one in five women across the globe are affected with some kind of disability. The occurrence rate of disability among women is higher (19.2%) as compared to men (12%). High incidence rate of disability among women is expected to increase the utilization of rehabilitation products such as orthopedic and osteoporosis. Countries in Asia, especially India, China, and Japan, are witnessing the fastest growth in this sector due to favorable health care reforms, increase in disposable income, and rise in geriatric and disabled population. Hence, Asia Pacific is anticipated to become a potential market for women’s health rehabilitation products.
Access Health (Victoria, Australia), GE Healthcare (Chalfont St. Giles, U.K.), Carib Rehab Ltd. (St. Michael, Barbados), GPC Medical Ltd. (New Delhi, India), Meyer Physical Therapy (New York, U.S.), Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation (San Francisco, U.S.), Rehab Plus (Timmins, Canada), Sportstek (Oakleigh, Australia), Vandana Surgical Cotton Ind. (Ajmer, India), and Win Health Medical Ltd. (Jedburgh, U.K.) are the key players in the global women’s health rehabilitation products market.