Minimally Invasive Spine Technologies – Market Insights – United States

The US minimally invasive spine technology market is characterized by modest procedure growth, fueled in large part by advancements to surgical techniques and enabling technologies which drive the gradual expansion of this market through 2032. Long-term market growth will be driven by the continued adoption of minimally invasive spinal fusions over open procedures, the continued uptake of premium-priced 3-D–printed IBDs, and the rising prevalence of SI fixation surgery. Nonetheless, downward pricing pressure resulting from hospital budget constraints, procedure volumes shifting toward ASCs, and implant commoditization will limit overall revenue potential to some degree.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the state of the market for minimally invasive spine technologies in the US from 2019 through 2032.

SI joint fusion is the fastest-growing procedure in the minimally invasive spine technology market.

What is driving the rapid growth in this segment?

Which competitors are at the forefront of SI joint implants, and which companies are anticipated to join this market?

What recent product developments are expected to support growth in SI joint fusion surgery?

The shift toward performing minimally invasive spine procedures in outpatient facilities will have an impact on the minimally invasive spine technology market.

What factors are driving the shift to outpatient facilities?

How are procedure and market growth affected by this preference towards outpatient procedures?

Minimally invasive spinal fusions are growing much faster than open fusions in the US.

What technological advancements are driving this shift towards minimally invasive spine surgery?

What types of implants are being used largely in these procedures?

Which approaches to minimally invasive interbody fusion are growing the fastest?

Recent events in the competitor landscape may have a significant impact on market dynamics over the forecast period.

Which competitors have recently lost share?

How will recent M&A activity among spinal implant manufacturers present growth opportunities for competitors?

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