Showcase your latest in orthopaedics & physiotherapy / rehabilitation products

As the largest healthcare platform in the MENA region, with participants and attendees from all over the world, Arab Health remains a priority for healthcare professionals in the industry.

This is your once in a year opportunity to do business with your target audience.

27 - 30 January 2020

Dubai World Trade Centre

Orthopaedics & physiotherapy / rehabilitation

Arab Health - the largest healthcare business platform in the MENA region is the perfect avenue for you to showcase your latest orthopaedics & physiotherapy/rehabilitation products to an engaged audience that are looking for new business opportunities. 

For Arab Health 2020, we’ll be doing things differently. The Arab Health 2020 exhibition show floor will be split into sectors according to main product categories. Exhibitor stands will be located on the show floor according to a product category applicable to their business.

Product categories include

  • Orthopedic devices & equipment
  • Physiotherapy & rehabilitation
  • Patient transfer / mobility
  • Compression devices
  • Implants & prosthetics

See who attends to source orthopaedics & physiotherapy / rehabilitation products: 

Nature of business of the attendees

Job function of the attendees

Geographical breakdown of the attendees

Purchasing power of the attendees

The orthopaedics & physiotherapy / rehabilitation industry:

High prevalence of orthopaedic conditions such as degenerative bone disease coupled with early onset of musculoskeletal conditions triggered by obesity and sedentary lifestyle are expected to advance the growth of the market. The rapidly growing lifestyle diseases in the GCC has prompted investments in specialised hospitals and clinics. Such centres are being built with a focus on, such as orthopaedics and offer state-of-the-art technology, enhanced patient-centric care and high-quality standards. Technological advances in 3D printing, robot-assisted surgical procedures, and smart implants further represent high impact driving factors for the global rehabilitation industry.


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Other sectors at Arab Health include: