The U.S. physical therapy virtual and telerehabilitation services market offers remote rehabilitation solutions for patients suffering from chronic diseases, disabilities and other physical impairments. These digital services facilitate remote patient monitoring, wearable biosensors and video-based physiotherapy sessions across different health conditions. Physical therapy aims to improve mobility, reduce pain and enhance functional independence through therapeutic exercises. The growing prevalence of chronic conditions like cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity and mental illnesses has fueled the demand for accessible and cost-effective rehabilitation services.
The Global U.S. Physical Therapy Virtual and Telerehabilitation Services Market is estimated to be valued at US$ 209.55 Bn in 2024 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 9.4% over the forecast period 2024 to 2030.
Key players operating in the U.S. Physical Therapy Virtual and Telerehabilitation Services are Inogen Inc., Invacare Corporation, OxygenToGo, LLC, Koninklijke Philips N.V., ResMed Inc., Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare LLC, Precision Medical, Inc., Besco Medical Co. Ltd., O2 Concepts, LLC, and GCE Group.
The growing prevalence of chronic diseases and disabilities in the US has fueled the demand for physical therapy services.Virtual telerehabilitation allows remote access to rehabilitation programs that can help manage the symptoms and improve the quality of life.
Major players are expanding their service portfolio and geographical presence to leverage the high-growth opportunities. Several partnerships have been announced to provide comprehensive virtual care and expand access to underserved communities.
Market key trends
One of the major trends in the U.S. physical therapy virtual and telerehabilitation services market is increased adoption of telehealth and remote patient monitoring technologies. Wearable sensors, mobile apps, video conferencing solutions and AI-powered virtual assistants are replacing traditional face-to-face rehab sessions. This enables continuous monitoring of vital signs, movement patterns and therapy progress. Another trend is integration with electronic health records and physician portals. Virtual platforms offer digital medical records and enable collaboration between care teams and patients. This improves outcomes through coordinated care and treatment adherence.
Threat of new entrants: The technology needed to provide virtual and tele-rehabilitation services requires substantial capital investment and technical expertise to operate, making the barrier for new entrants moderately high. Bargaining power of buyers: Individual consumers have moderate bargaining power due to the availability of close substitutes. However, bargaining power of large organizations buying in bulk for employees is relatively high. Bargaining power of suppliers: Suppliers of enabling technology and services have moderate bargaining power due to limited availability of substitutes and dependence of existing players on them. Threat of new substitutes: threat of substitutes is moderate as other forms of remote healthcare services can provide alternatives. Competitive rivalry: Intense as the market is expanding rapidly attracting many players and differentiated services.
The U.S. Northeast region accounts for the largest share of the U.S. Physical Therapy Virtual And Telerehabilitation Services Market Demand , in terms of value. This is majorly due to high awareness levels about telehealth services and established healthcare infrastructure and systems in states like New York and Pennsylvania. The Western U.S. region is poised to witness the fastest growth during the forecast period. This fast growth can be attributed to increasing utilization of virtual care in states like California, supported by favourable telehealth reimbursement regulations and better connectivity.
The U.S. physical therapy virtual and telerehabilitation services market in the South region currently holds the second position in terms of value. States including Texas and Florida are observed to boost the adoption of telehealth as it provides access to cost-effective physical therapy to their rapidly growing population base.
1. Source: Coherent Market Insights, Public sources, Desk research
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