Over 750 exhibitors confirmed for Rehacare 2013
27th September 2013
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Rehacare is set to return to Dusseldorf later this week - an event which stands as a platform for mobility companies all across Europe to showcase their latest offerings.
Featuring at the CCD Congress Center Dusseldorf South, it covers five exhibition halls and is regarded as among the biggest events of its kind. Offering everything from straight and curved stairlifts for the elderly to walk in baths and even wheelchair accessible vehicles, the occasion is designed purely to help improve the lives of people with mobility difficulties by preventing them from being hospitalised or allowing their condition to worsen unnecessarily over time. These improvements are made possible through both the unveiling of new technologies and the enhancement of existing ones.
While the aforementioned aids all deal with making daily life more manageable, the show will also be highlighting new techniques used by physiotherapists and other leading medical professionals which could help to alleviate patients' physical problems.
There will be over 750 exhibitors from 37 countries featuring in this year's affair, which is a clear indication of the event's overwhelming popularity within the mobility aid sector. Each instalment of the event has its own set of topics, with this year's focusing on the change in the daily lives and routines of those who begin to feel the effects of a stroke - a debilitating condition which so often results in mobility difficulties.
Rehacare 2013 will be held from Wednesday 25 until Saturday 28 September.
If you are thinking about picking up a new mobility aid to help make yours or a relative's life at home that much more manageable, such as a riser recliner chair or walking frame, but are unable to attend this show, be sure to keep an eye out for the latest technologies to be showcased at the event.
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