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Spine

The spinal devices market includes segments for traditional cervical and thoracolumbar fixation devices, interbody devices, motion preservation devices, vertebral compression fracture (VCF) treatment and spinal electrical stimulation. The minimally invasive surgery (MIS) spinal implants market includes spinous process fixation, facet fixation, MIS interbody fusion, MIS pedicle screws and MIS sacroiliac joint fusion.Check out our different spinal implant market reports below.

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Spinal Implants and VCF Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific | 2014-2020 | MedSuite

The Asia-Pacific markets for spinal implants are a major component of the global spinal implant market. This report covers the major spinal implant markets (excluding MIS) within the Asia-Pacific region, and includes Australia, Japan and South Korea. All major market segments are detailed, including spinal fusion implants, non-fusion implants and vertebral compression fracture (VCF) treatments.
Major changes and developments are expected to occur within this industry over the forecast period, particularly in the field of non-fusion implants. Across the Asia-Pacific region, the VCF and non-fusion segments will experience high growth compared to the slower growing, but larger and more established fusion market.
The spinal implant market is considered by many to be the most exciting and controversial segment of the orthopedics market. Though the spinal implant market has traditionally been viewed as a segment within the orthopedics market, many manufacturers view spine as a key business division separate from traditional orthopedics.
For the purposes of this report, the Asia-Pacific spinal fusion market is segmented into cervical fixation, thoracolumbar fixation and interbody devices.
In addition to the spinal fusion market, this report includes dynamic stabilization, artificial discs and VCF, as segments of the total spinal implant market. The most major change in this market is expected to be the emergence and increasing prevalence of motion preservation technology.

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Spinal Implants and VCF Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific (China, Taiwan) | 2014-2020 | MedSuite

Despite the geographical proximity of China and Taiwan, the spinal implant markets (excluding MIS) in these two countries differ substantially. The Taiwanese spinal implant market is mature and stable. As a result, the majority of growth in Taiwan is due to the proliferation of newer technologies, including artificial discs and percutaneous vertebral augmentation (PVA). Conversely, in China, increasing access to healthcare in rural areas, more healthcare investment and a growing number of trained orthopedic surgeons have led to rapid growth in nearly every spinal implant market segment.
The spinal implant market is considered by many to be the most exciting and controversial segment of the orthopedics market. Although the spinal implant market has traditionally been viewed as a segment within the orthopedics market, many manufacturers view spine as a key business division separate from traditional orthopedics.
For the purpose of this report, the Chinese and Taiwanese spinal fusion market (excluding MIS) is separated into cervical fixation, thoracolumbar fixation and interbody device segments. In addition to the spinal fusion market, this report includes dynamic stabilization, artificial discs and vertebral compression fractures (VCF) as segments of the total spinal implant market.
Major changes and developments are expected to take place in this market over the forecast period, with the most notable change being the emergence and increasing prevalence of motion preservation technology.

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Minimally Invasive Spinal Devices Market Report Suite | Australia, Japan, South Korea | 2014-2020 | MedSuite

The spinal implant market is considered by many to be the most exciting and controversial segment of the orthopedics industry. This market has traditionally been a segment of the orthopedics market, but due to rapid growth and a large market size, many manufacturers view spine as a key business division separate from traditional orthopedics. Historically, the majority of spinal implants were implanted in open surgical procedures through large incisions. However, open surgery can cause considerable tissue damage and lead to a large number of complications. Minimally invasive techniques, which require only small puncture wounds, have been developed for the implantation of a number of spinal implant types. Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) methods are frequently used for implanting traditional spinal implant devices, such as interbody devices and pedicle screws.
Rapid growth is expected in all segments of the Asia-Pacific minimally invasive spinal implant market as a result of the physiological and surgical advantages of MIS procedures over open procedures. MIS spine procedures are expected to maintain double-digit growth rates through the forecast period, while the MIS spine market value will grow at a slower rate due to declining prices.

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Minimally Invasive Spinal Devices Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific (China, Taiwan) | 2014-2020 | MedSuite

The Chinese market for minimally invasive surgery (MIS) spinal devices is the least mature and fastest growing market in the Asia-Pacific region due to the high number of untreated potential patients. Similar to the other BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries, access to healthcare in rural areas of China is extremely limited. As a result of economic growth and an initiative by the Chinese government to vastly improve healthcare, a large number of previously untreated spine patients in China’s rural population are now undergoing minimally invasive spine surgery due to increased access.
However, the Chinese government still faces significant challenges in providing medical services adequate to meet the basic needs of an immense number of potential patients spread over a wide geographic region. Although China’s per capita income has grown at a rapid pace since the 1980s, a significant number of Chinese people live at socioeconomic levels far below the national average. The Chinese spinal implant market is experiencing strong growth in all segments. Even traditional spinal fusion, which grows slowly in most countries as a result of market saturation, was increasing rapidly in China in 2013. The MIS segment is the fastest growing industry in the Chinese spinal implant market because it is at its infancy in this country and facing an explosive demand.
China’s market characteristics are vastly different than those of neighboring Taiwan. The Taiwanese spinal implant market is a mature market for fusion products; the majority of growth is a result of newer technologies, including non-fusion and minimally invasive surgery. Even these technologies experienced moderate levels of growth in 2013 in Taiwan due to fierce price competition and maturing markets. Therefore, whereas the Chinese MIS spinal devices market is experiencing explosive growth and will do so through the forecast period, the Taiwanese MIS spinal devices market will maintain moderate levels of growth in the single-digits.

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Minimally Invasive Spinal Devices Market Report Suite | Australia, Japan, South Korea | 2011-2017 | MedSuite

The Asia-Pacific spinal implant markets comprises two segments: minimally invasive thoracolumbar fixation and minimally invasive interbody fusion. The countries examined in this report (Australia, Japan and South Korea) have young and rapidly growing minimally invasive spinal implant markets. Growth in the minimally invasive surgery (MIS) spinal implant market is largely driven by the advantages of MIS: reduced trauma, shorter hospital stays, lower post-operative medication use and earlier return to everyday routines. However, growth is expected to slow over the 2011–2017 forecast period due to the increasing penetration of MIS procedures and growth of the competing motion preservation market.

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Spinal Implants and VCF Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific (Australia, Japan, Korea) | 2011-2017 | MedSuite

The combined Asia-Pacific spinal implant market comprises three main segments: spinal fusion implants, non-fusion implants and vertebral compression fracture (VCF) treatments. The countries examined in this report (Australia, Japan and South Korea) all have stable traditional spinal fusion markets. As a result, the majority of growth in the Asia-Pacific spinal implant markets is due to the proliferation of newer technologies, including artificial discs, percutaneous vertebral augmentation (PVA) and dynamic stabilization systems. While non-fusion markets are expected to grow rapidly, persistent changes to device approval and reimbursement have created volatility in these segments.

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Spinal Implants, MIS and VCF Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific (China, Taiwan) | 2011-2017 | MedSuite

The combined Chinese and Taiwanese spinal implant market comprises three main segments: spinal fusion implants, non-fusion implants and vertebral compression fracture (VCF) treatments. Despite the geographical proximity of China and Taiwan, the spinal implant markets in these two countries differ substantially. The Taiwanese market is mature and stable. As a result, the majority of growth in the Taiwanese market is due to the proliferation of newer technologies, including artificial discs, percutaneous vertebral augmentation (PVA) and minimally invasive surgery (MIS) solutions. Conversely, in China, increasing access to healthcare in rural areas, growing healthcare investment and a rise in the number of trained orthopedic surgeons have led to rapid growth in nearly every spinal implant market segment.

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Spinal Implants Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific | 2009-2015 | MedSuite

In 2008, the Asia Pacific market for spinal implants totaled over $450 million. The Asia Pacific market for spinal implants represents a significant portion of the global spinal implant market. The market is comprised of three main segments: Spinal fusion implants, non-fusion implants, and vertebral compression fracture (VCF) treatments. This report analyses these segments in Australia, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

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