After the successful completion of 2nd International Conference and Expo on Novel Physiotherapies i.e. Novel Physiotherapies 2016 now it’s time for the 4th International Conference and Expo on Novel Physiotherapies i.e. Novel Physiotherapies 2017 at Birmingham, UK on August 21-22, 2017. Don't miss this chance to meet the eminent experts under one roof to share your knowledge, gain academically, and build relationship with others in this field as well as have a good time.
Novel Physiotherapies Conferences targets physiotherapists, Medical and Physiotherapy Professional experts, Physiotherapists, Practitioners, Therapists and Treatment providers, relevant clinical applications in fields such as neurology, orthopedics, and respiratory physiotherapy doctors from around the globe and focuses on the theme to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Physiotherapy. 4th International Conference and Expo on Novel Physiotherapies will be held during August 21-22, 2017 in Birmingham, UK focusing on the
"Movement~ Combining passion and knowledge to heal" so as to achieve the global health care concerns."
Manual Physiotherapy Strategies, Artificial Physiotherapy Methods, Women's Health & Palliative Care, Neurological Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy in Treatment & Care, Physiotherapy Methods & Instrumentation, Physiotherapy Specializations, Sports & Physiotherapy, Advancements in Physiotherapeutic Treatments, Experimental techniques in Physiotherapies.
Global Physiotherapy Congress, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Conference, World Physiotherapists & Physicians Summit Conference, Conference on Systemic Conditions Treatment & Therapies, Physiotherapy Conference, Congress on Connective Tissue Diseases, Indonesian Physiotherapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association, Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia, Malaysian Physiotherapy Association, The Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association (NSPA).
Scope and Importance:
The Physical Therapists industry has benefited in the past five years from an aging population and increased prevalence of chronic diseases, both of which have expanded demand for industry services. Additionally, higher rates of private health insurance resulting from federal healthcare reform have made industry services affordable to more of the population. Despite expanding revenue, however, physical therapists have faced significant cost pressures, and consolidation and specialization within the industry have increased. Furthermore, Medicare reimbursement caps and cuts could present an impediment to industry growth in the five years to 2020. The U.S outpatient rehabilitation market is estimated to be a $19 billion industry with a projected annual growth rate of five percent or higher. The sector is also highly fragmented, with no company controlling significant market share.
- Outpatient rehabilitation is a $29.6 billion industry that is expected to grow 7% annually through 2018. Physical therapy accounts for an estimated $26.6 billion, or approximately 90%, of all outpatient rehabilitation spending. Highly fragmented with largest 50 competitors comprising less than 25% of the market
- Numerous, positive factors driving long-term growth:
- Expanding patient population that provides favorable tailwinds:
- Aging U.S. population
- Increasing penetration of physical therapy services
- New government regulations (e.g., the PPACA) increasing patient access to physical therapy
- Outpatient rehabilitation is significantly less costly than surgery or hospitalization, but with similar clinical effectiveness.
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