DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 6, 2019--The "Rehabilitation Robots: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2019 to 2025" report from Wintergreen Research, Inc has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The Rehabilitation Robot Market Size at $641 Million in 2018 and is Expected to Grow Dramatically to Reach $6.4 Billion by 2025

Worldwide Rehabilitation Robot markets are expected to achieve significant growth as robots replace much of the human work in physical therapy.

The robots are steadier, make fewer mistakes, support treatment for longer durations, and decrease the cost of rehabilitation for many conditions. The robots permit a more accurate rehabilitation routine for any specific condition than is possible with human physical therapy in many cases.

Robotics has a tremendous ability to reduce disability and lead to better outcomes for patients with stroke. With the use of rehabilitation robots, patient recovery of function is able to be more substantial than what is achieved now. Whereas traditional rehabilitation with a human therapist goes on for a few weeks, people using robots are able to make continued progress in regaining functionality even years after an injury or stroke.

It is a question of cost. While insurance pays for a small amount of rehabilitation needed, generally provided by a human therapist, using a robot is a far less costly process, and can be effective over the long term, even without reimbursement. Marketing has a tremendous effect in convincing people that they can achieve improvements from rehabilitation processes even after years of effort.

Rehabilitation robotics devices are used for assisting the performance of sensorimotor functions. Devices help arm, hand, leg rehabilitation by supporting a repetitive motion that builds neurological pathways to support the use of the muscles. Development of different robotic schemes for assisting therapeutic training is innovative.

Robotic therapy stimulus of upper limbs provides an example of the excellent motor recovery after stroke that can be achieved using rehabilitation robots. Lower limb systems and exoskeleton systems provide wheelchair-bound patients the ability to get out of a wheelchair

No company dominates the entire rehabilitation robot market sector. The products that work are still emerging as commercial devices. All the products that are now commercially viable are positioned to achieve significant staying power in the market long term, providing those companies that offer them a possibility for a long term leadership position in the market.

Robotic rehabilitation equipment is mostly used in rehabilitation clinical facilities. There is a huge opportunity for launching a homecare equipment market if it is done through sports clubs rather than through clinical facilities. People expect insurance to pay for medical equipment but are willing to spend bundles on sports trainer equipment for the home. Rehabilitation robots can help stroke patients years after an event, so it makes a difference if someone keeps working to improve their functioning.

Vendors will very likely have to develop a strong rehabilitation robotic market presence as these devices evolve a homecare aspect. The expense of nursing home rehabilitation has been very high, limiting the use of rehabilitation to a few weeks or months at the most.

Rehabilitation robots realistically extend the use of an automated process for rehabilitation in the home. The availability of affordable devices that improve mobility is not likely to go unnoticed by the sports clubs and the baby boomer generation, now entering the over 65 age group and seeking to maintain lifestyle.

As clinicians realize that more gains can be made by using rehabilitation robots in the home, the pace of acquisitions will likely pick up.

Exoskeleton markets will be separate and additive to this market. A separate exoskeleton market will create more growth. Market growth is a result of the effectiveness of robotic treatment of muscle difficulty. The usefulness of the rehabilitation robots is increasing. Doing more sophisticated combinations of exercise has become more feasible as the technology evolves. Patients generally practice 1,000 varied movements per session. With the robots, more sessions are possible.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Rehabilitation Robot Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 Rehabilitation Robot Market Definition

1.2 Rehabilitation Physical Therapy Trends

1.3 Stroke Rehabilitation

1.4 Exoskeleton Able-Bodied Industrial Applications

1.5 Restoring Physical Function Through Neuro-Rehabilitation After Stroke

2. Rehabilitation Robot Market Shares and Market Forecasts

2.1 Rehabilitation Robot Market Driving Forces

2.2 Rehabilitation Robot Market Shares

2.3 Rehabilitation Robot Market Share Unit Analysis

2.4 Rehabilitation Robot Market Forecasts

2.5 Rehabilitation Robot And Motorized CPM Equipment

2.6 Global Exoskeleton Market

2.7 Rehabilitation Robotics Prices

2.8 Rehabilitation Robotics Regional Analysis

3. Rehabilitation Robots Market Metrics and Devices

3.1 Upper and Lower limb Stroke Rehabilitation Devices

3.2 Rehabilitation Robot Market Metrics

3.3 Types of Rehabilitation Robots and Conditions Treated

3.4 Disease Incidence and Prevalence Analysis

3.5 Service Robots

3.6 Neurological Training

3.7 Interaxon

3.8 Active Prostheses

3.9 Pererro - Switch - Access - Control

3.10 Humanware In-Home Rehabilitation

3.11 Rewalk

3.12 Permobil F5 Corpus VS Stand Sequence

3.13 Karman Xo-202 Standing Wheelchair Power Stand Power Drive

3.14 Berkeley Robotics Laboratory Exoskeletons

3.15 Exoskeleton Designed by CAR

3.16 CAREX Upper Limb Robotic Exoskeleton

3.17 Egto Tech

3.18 Motorized Physiotherapy CPM Continuous Passive Motion and Onboard Protocols

3.19 Global Medical

3.20 Furniss Corporation

3.21 Danniflex

3.22 Rehab-Robotics Company

3.23 Bioxtreme

3.24 Corbys

3.25 Swtotek Motion Maker

4. Rehabilitation Robots Technology

4.1 Robotic Actuator Energy

4.2 Human Motor Error Enhancement Technology

4.3 Rehabilitation Robotic Risk Mitigation

4.4 Rehabilitation Robot Multi-Factor Solutions

4.5 Berkley Robotics and Human Engineering Laboratory

4.6 Rehabilitation Robot Automated Technique

4.7 HEXORR: Hand EXOskeleton Rehabilitation Robot

4.8 ARMin: Upper Extremity Robotic Therapy

4.9 HandSOME: Hand Spring Operated Movement Enhancer

4.10 Cognitive Science

4.11 Lopes Gait Rehabilitation Device

4.12 Restoration of Sensation To A Paralyzed Man's Arm

4.13 Artificial Muscle

4.14 ReWalk Exoskeleton Suit

5. Rehabilitation Robot Company Profiles

5.1 AlterG

5.2 Aretech

5.3 Berkley Robotics and Human Engineering Laboratory

5.4 Biodex

5.5 Bioness

5.6 Bionik Laboratories/Interactive Motion Technologies (IMT)

5.7 Biodex Unweighting Systems

5.8 Bioxtreme

5.9 Breg

5.10 Catholic University of America HandSOME Hand Spring Operated Movement Enhancer

5.11 Claflin Rehabilitation Distribution

5.12 DIH International Limited/Hocoma

5.13 DJO Global

5.14 Ekso Bionics

5.15 Fanuc - Industrial Robot Automation Systems and Robodrill Machine Centers

5.16 Focal Meditech

5.17 Hobart Group/Motorika

5.18 Honda Gait Training

5.19 Instead Technologies

5.20 Interaxon

5.21 iRobot

5.22 Kinova JACO

5.23 KLC Services

5.24 Madison Dearborn Partners

5.25 Mobility Research

5.26 MossRehab

5.27 Myomo

5.28 Orthocare Innovations

5.29 Performance Health

5.30 ProMed Products Xpress

5.31 Reha-Stim

5.32 Rehabilitation Supply

5.33 Rehab-Robotics Company

5.34 ReWalk Robotics

5.35 Robotdalen

5.36 RSL Steeper

5.37 R U Robots

5.38 Secom

5.39 Touch Bionics

5.40 Tyromotion GmbH

5.41 Other Rehabilitation Robot Companies

6. Rehabilitation Robot Variations

6.1 Automated Process for Rehabilitation Robots

6.2 Continuous Passive Motion CPM Definition

6.3 Robotic Exoskeletons Empower Patient Rehabilitation Achievements

6.4 Seizing the Robotics Opportunity

6.5 Public Awareness of Rehabilitation Robotics

6.6 Home Medical Rehabilitation Robots

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