Orthopedic Braces & Support, Casting & Splints Market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 6.4% from 2016 to 2024

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Orthopedic Braces & Support, Casting & Splints Market
: Overview

The orthopedic braces & support, casting & splints market is driven by growing hip and knee replacement surgeries globally. Furthermore the rising coverage of healthcare and increasing prevalence of obesity is expected to be the most vital reason for expansion of the braces and support market growth. However, there are few hindrances, which further can affect the use of products such as braces, supports, casting and splints.

In 2010, a survey by National Health and Nutrition Examination, there were some extracted conclusions about the rising obesity in the region such as, there were around two in three people were considered to be obese, more than one in 20 people were considered as extreme obese. Orthopaedic surgeon should be aware of various supports and braces for the treatment of bone disorders such as osteoporosis and osteopenia. Severe cases of spinal instability always need a Hohmann overbridging brace, whereas the milder form of motion-segment instability is treated with one of the elastic supports.

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In cases of osteoporosis of the spine and insufficiency of the lumbosacral junction the Lindemann 2/3 semi-elastic brace is prescribed. Norton and Brown (1957) studied that braces can help in immobilization of the joints for treating the fractures and other complications. Specifically they concluded the result for effect of braces on the movement of the lumbosacral area and never found total immobilization. The effect of lumbar supports is a decline angle for angle of flexion and extension. Axial rotation and lateral bending is not reduced.

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In close co-operation with doctors and Orthopaedic technicians, orthopedic industries has developed innovative products and product concepts, which depending on the goal of the therapy are effective in supporting and improving immobility, unloading damaged areas of joints and reassuring & reactivating the patient.

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Table of Content

1. Preface
1.1. Taxonomy

2. Assumptions & Acronyms Used
2.1. Research Methodology

3. Executive Summary
3.1. Opportunity Map

4. Market Overview
4.1. Product Definition
4.2. Industry Evolution and Development
4.3. Regulatory Scenario
4.4. Porter’s Five Forces Model
4.5. Future Market Outlook
4.6. Market Summary

5. Market Dynamics
5.1. Introduction
5.1.1. Drivers
5.1.2. Restraints
5.1.3. Opportunity
5.1.4. Trends By Product Type

6. Market Analysis
6.1. Global Orthopedic Braces & Support, Casting & Splints Market Forecast, 2016 – 2024
6.2. Introduction
6.2.1. Market Value Forecast & Y-o-Y Growth Projection

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