Latest industry research report on Extremities Market. The world extremities market is driven by the increase in the number of cases for orthopedic surgeons several factors such as increase in ageing population, awareness of the people for better treatment options and their expectations for a good quality of living. In addition, changes in the clinical practice patterns such as use of reversed shoulder instead of anatomic shoulder, use of arthroplasty procedure as an alternative to ankle fusion and increased use of implants in foot and ankle surgeries will also boost the market growth. Apart from this, development of new improved shoulders and ankles and need for less invasive devices will further propel the
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But the high unmet need for early diagnosis due to long waiting time in some countries is expected to hamper the market growth.
Body extremities are extended organs mainly involved in locomotive functions. The human body has four extremities i.e. two upper limbs and two lower limbs. The extremities market is a small portion of the orthopedic industry. The joint reconstruction procedures involve modification of the body extremities. The human skeleton has more than 200 bones which are supported by tendons, ligaments and muscles. Hence, the prime focus of orthopedic industries was manufacture of devices and treatment procedures for joints, spine, knee and hip.
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But, now-a-days the focus of leading players on extremities market is increasing day by day as they offer better treatment options and provide growth opportunities to the key players.
World extremities market is segmented on the basis of products and geography.
- Upper extremities
- Hand & wrist
- Lower extremities
- Foot & ankle
- South Africa