Formerly known as the Complimentary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) report, NBJ’s 2009 Integrative Medicine report features in-depth analysis of the $45 billion U.S. integrative medicine market, as well as the $2 billion practitioner channel supplement market, in a time where many consumers are looking for less expensive alternatives to conventional health care.
The report also provides consumer health care spending estimates and analysis of the condition specific supplement, OTC and Rx markets, with 16 categories ranging from joint health to gastrointestinal health.
This 177-page report is based on more than 9 years of annual analysis, and features a 10-year forecasted estimates on market size and growth.
Data presented includes:
•Breakdown of U.S. integrative medicine service revenues and supplement sales by practitioner type, 1999-2007, 2008-2018 forecasts
•Integrative Medicine therapy/service revenues 1997-2018
•National & individual health care expenditure estimates
•Practitioner population growth in U.S., 1999-2018
•Comparison of practitioner channel nutrition industry sales and supplement sales to other distribution channels
•List of top practitioner channel companies ranked by U.S. supplement sales and 1-page company profiles on the top 12 supplement companies in the practitioner channel
•Condition Specific supplement sales analysis 1999-2017
Report sections include:
•Acknowledgements & Definitions
•Market Data& overview
•U.S. Healthcare Industry
•U.S. Integrative Medicine Market Growth & Trends
•Integrative Medicine Modalities
•Condition Specific Markets
•Consumers & integrative medicine
•Q&A with intgrative medicine Thought Leaders
Integrative Medicine modalities profiled include:
•Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners
•General practitioners and nurses
Condition Specific categories included:
•Diabetes Prevention/Blood Sugar Health,
NBJ’s 2009 Integrative Medicine Report is designed for companies participating in or evaluating the U.S. integrative medicine, alternative health care and practitioner channel supplement market. It can be of value to health care professionals, business planners, investors, product developers, ingredient suppliers and others requiring an accurate snapshot, a reliable forecast and a comprehensive reference on the integrative medicine business.
NBJ’s 2009 Integrative Medicine Report provides market quantification in more than 150 tables and graphs and 175 pages, with 12 company profiles. In addition to the brand new integrative medicine forecasts through 2018, NBJ also unveils a 10 year outlook on condition specific supplement sales (not available in any other NBJ products).
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