29 Mar 2023

More orthotics and prosthetics on show

REHAB Karlsruhe 2023 to focus on mobility and daily living aids, therapy and practice, and children and youth rehabilitation

Picture shows a consultation between a couple and a man at the booth of a prosthesis exhibitor at REHAB 2023. Various models of orthoses can be seen in the background.
2023 visitors can look forward to a larger and more varied range of products from the field of orthotics and prosthetics than in previous years.

Karlsruhe, 29 March 2023 − REHAB Karlsruhe, one of the world’s leading trade fairs for rehabilitation, therapy, care and inclusion, will welcome visitors again to the fully accessible grounds of the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Centre from 15 to 17 June 2023, just one year after the previous event. The exhibition will present the latest therapy devices, along with living, care and orthopaedic aids, across a total of eleven marketplaces in the three exhibition halls, the Atrium and the outdoor exhibition area. This year’s event will see more orthotics and prosthetics producers exhibiting than in previous years.

Those who have already registered include MOWA Healthcare AG from Switzerland, albrecht GmbH, Seifert Technische Orthopädie GmbH, INNTEO GmbH, ProthetikKA GmbH and Otto Bock Healthcare Deutschland GmbH, together with their co-exhibitors Orthopädie Brillinger and Pohlig, as well as Vincent Systems. Even though it has only been one year since the last trade fair, REHAB remains an important date in the calendar for the industry. This is illustrated by the fact that around 50 per cent of exhibitors are manufacturers. More information and tickets can be found at www.rehab-karlsruhe.com

High proportion of manufacturers showcasing high-quality products

REHAB 2023 will offer premium products and a full overview of the market in one place. It will revolve around the “Mobility & Daily Living Aids”, “Children & Youth Rehabilitation”, and “Therapy & Practice” marketplaces. REHAB lets both industry professionals and ordinary users discover the latest innovations. They can also try out countless living aids like wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, handbikes, specially adapted cars, and aids for children and young people. Over 300 exhibitors from 16 countries are expected.

Woman watering flowers with the help of an orthosis that supports her hand and arm muscles
Orthoses like this bionic hand orthosis (Carbonhand from exxomove) will be presented at REHAB 2023. It offers new strength and endurance for weak hands. (Credit: exxomove)

About REHAB Karlsruhe

Since 1980, REHAB Karlsruhe has been one of the world’s most important events for rehabilitation, therapy, care and inclusion. Following last-year’s catch-up event after the pandemic, REHAB will take place again this year before switching back to its normal cycle every two years from 2025. The event covers the latest trends and innovations in rehabilitation and assistive technology, as well as new methods of therapy and care provision. It is aimed at professional visitors like therapists, doctors, professional carers and experts from retailers, service providers and associations, as well as people with disabilities and their families.

More information, such as the event programme, visitor information and ticket shop, can be found at www.rehab-karlsruhe.com.

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