Spinal Implants – Market Insights – Asia Pacific

The Asia Pacific spinal implant market will continue to experience strong growth throughout the forecast period. The uptake of premium innovations such as 3-D printed implants, nonfusion technologies, and minimally invasive devices, as well as positive impact that complementary robotic and navigation technologies are having on implant procedure outcomes, will drive the market. However, challenging reimbursement environments and implant commoditization will limit overall market potential. The growth rate will slow down to some extent by pricing constraints, especially in China where a volume-based procurement initiative is in place, which is placing downward pressure on ASPs in the country.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for spinal implants in the Asia Pacific region from 2019 through 2032.

The implementation of volume-based procurement in China has impacted the spinal implant market.

How has this government initiative affected the market?

What aspects of the initiative have helped drive growth in the spinal implant space?

How has volume-based procurement affected MNCs versus local competitors?

What extent will procedure volumes grow within the Chinese market for spinal implants?

In a highly commoditized market, device manufacturers are innovating with engineered implant materials and enabling technologies.

Which traditional implant and IBD materials are growing in popularity?

What are the potential benefits of 3-D printing, and how will it affect the adoption of certain implants?

How has the strategic shift toward offering enabling technologies affected top manufacturers?

Demand for minimally invasive spinal surgery is driving market share growth.

Which interbody spinal fusion approaches are growing in adoption?

How does the uptake of premium-priced implants used in minimally invasive surgeries affect aggregate ASPs?

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