27th January – 30th January
Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai
High prevalence of orthopaedic conditions such as degenerative bone disease coupled with early onset of musculoskeletal conditions triggered by obesity and sedentary lifestyle leads to an ever-increasing need for fast, efficient and long term therapeutic solutions. New 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.
The healthcare sector in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is witnessing a phase of significant growth. Urbanization, ageing demographics and a rising burden of chronic diseases will rapidly boost the demand for healthcare in the MENA region. With governments attempting to diversify their economies and reduce their vulnerability to oil price volatility, the private sector is likely to take on some of the healthcare burden, including projects through public-private partnerships.
Therapeutic equipment such as BTL's Super Inductive System which is able to manage a variety of conditions, including pain, musculoskeletal conditions, but also neurological and orthopaedic conditions is one of the most sought-after tools. Check other therapies visitors had a chance to see in ArabHealth 2020 here.