Spinal implants are used to facilitate fusion, correct deformities, and stabilize and strengthen the spine in most spinal conditions, such as slippage of the spine (spondylolisthesis), chronic degenerative disc disease, traumatic fracture, and other forms of spinal instability including scoliosis. Spinal implants are specially designed and come in many shapes and sizes. Typically, these include rods, hooks, braided cable, plates, screws, and interbody cages. Fusion and rigid instrumentation have been currently the mainstay for the surgical treatment of degenerative diseases of the spine over the last 4 decades. Spinal instrumentation utilizes surgical procedures to implant titanium, titanium-alloy, stainless steel, or non-metallic devices into the spine, which provides a permanent solution to spinal instability while facilitating the process of fusion. Posterior dynamic stabilization (PDS) indicates motion preservation devices that are aimed for surgical treatment of activity related mechanical low back (lumbar) disorders or pain. Most of these devices have predominately been used throughout Europe with limited use in the United States. Spinal compression fractures may be treated with surgery. Vertebral augmentation implant, kyphoplasty, and vertebroplasty are three minimally invasive treatments that use bone cement for thoracic and lumbar spinal compression fractures. Motion preservation surgery uses devices to preserve the spine motion by replicating normal or near normal bio-mechanics, that replicate these functions.
The global spinal implants market segmentation is based on device type [spinal fusion instrumentation (anterior cervical plates, interbody fusion devices and pedicle screws), dynamic stabilization devices (interspinous process spacers and pedicle screw-based dynamic stabilization devices), vertebral compression fracture treatments (balloon kyphoplasty/percutaneous vertebral augmentation systems and vertebroplasty products), artificial cervical and lumbar discs, other motion preserving devices (annulus repair)].
The global spinal implants market research report provides market size (Revenue USD Million 2014 to 2021), market share analysis, growth trends and forecast (CAGR%, 2017 to 2021). The global spinal implants market research report is further segmented by geography into North America (U.S., Canada), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Rest of LA), Europe (U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Rest of EU), Asia Pacific (Japan, China, India, Rest of APAC), and Rest of the World. In addition, the global spinal implants market report provides the detailed market landscape (market drivers, restraints, opportunities), market attractiveness analysis, and market profitability analysis by key products and regions or countries. The report also tracks the major competitors operating in the global market by company overview, financial snapshot, major products, technologies, services offered and recent developments.
Major players operating in the global spinal implants market and profiled in this report include Alphatec Spine, Amedica, Atlas Spine, AxioMed Spine, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Benvenue Medical, Biotechni, Carefusion, Crosstrees Medical, DiscGenics, Depuy Synthes/Johnson & Johnson, DFINE, Exactech, Globus Medical, Heraeus Medical, Integra LifeSciences Corp., Intrinsic Therapeutics, ISTO Technologies, K2M, Life Spine, LDR, Medicrea, Medtronic plc, Mekanika, Mesoblast, Ltd., NuVasive, Inc., Ortho Development, Orthofix, Orthopaedic & Spine Development, Osseon, LLC, Paradigm Spine, PINA Medizintechnik Vertriebs AG, Pioneer Surgical, Premia Spine, Signus Medical, Simpirica Spine, Sintea Plustek, Spinal Elements, Spinal Kinetics, Inc., SpineVision, SpineWave, Stryker, Synimed, Teknimed, Ulrich Medical USA, VertiFlex, and Zimmer Biomet.