What is Sports Medicine ProductsMarket?
Sports Medicine is refer as the field of medicine which involves preventing, diagnosing and treating the injuries related to sports or exercise. Not only it manages injuries but sports medicine also uses exercise intervention which prevent and manage chronic diseases like hypertension, diabetes, obesity and others. Sports medicine are common for other injuries also. The market of the sports injuries is growing tremendously due to rising sports activity
Arrival of international players for marketing of the product and Growing developments of regenerative medicine, allografts, and therapy of stem cell to treat broken bones
Growing incidences in sports related injuries and increased development in the regenerative medicine field and High incidence like fractures and ligament tears in sports is also driving the market related to devices of fracture and ligament repair
Growing initiatives in promoting sports medicine, and collaborations of research for sports medicine and Continuous influx of treatment modalities and new products
The Players Covered in the Study are:
Arthrex, (United States), Smith & Nephew (United Kingdom), DePuy Synthes (United States), Stryker (United States), CONMED (United States), Zimmer Biomet (United States), Breg (United States), DJO Global (United States), Mueller Sports (United States), Wright Medical Group (United States), Medtronic (Ireland), RTI Surgical (United States) and Performance Health International (United States)
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List of players that can be included in the study on immediate basis are Arthrocare (United States), Johnson & Johnson (Depuy Synthes) (United States), Ossur Hf (United States) and Otto Bock Healthcare (India).