세계의 스포츠 의학 시장 규모, 점유율, 성장 분석 : 제품 유형별, 손상 유형별, 최종 용도별 - 산업 예측(2023-2030년)
Global Sports Medicine Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis, By Product(Implants, Fracture), By Injury Type(Knee injuries, Shoulder injuries), By End-use(Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centres) - Industry Forecast 2023-2030
세계의 스포츠 의학 시장 규모는 2022년 1억 2,862만 달러에서 2030년까지 82억 2023만 달러에 달하고, 예측기간(2023-2030년)에 CAGR로 5.1%의 성장이 예측됩니다. 스포츠 손상 증가, 새로운 상품이나 치료법의 지속적인 유입, 재생의료 분야 진보, 최소침습 수술에 대한 요구 상승에 의해 시장은 확대하고 있습니다.
세계의 스포츠 의학 시장에 대해 조사 분석했으며, 시장 역학과 전망, 부문 분석, 기업 개요 등을 제공합니다.
Global Sports Medicine Market size was valued at USD 7821.34 million in 2021 and is poised to grow from USD 12862 million in 2022 to USD 8220.23 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% in the forecast period (2023-2030).
The market for sports medicine is expanding as a result of an increase in sports injuries, a constant influx of new goods and treatments, advancements in the field of regenerative medicine, and rising desire for minimally invasive procedures. Expanding technological innovation and a number of new product enhancements in sports medicine will fuel global market growth. Global market estimates are expected to be driven by increasing consumer awareness of their own health as well as significant increases in government promotion and funding of sports. Sports injuries may occur more frequently if sports participation significantly rises.
Sports medicine is a subspecialty of medicine that deals with treating wounds sustained during athletic exercise. An expert in sports medicine focuses on providing medical care for athletes. This can include activities like exercise and injury avoidance, as well as medical interventions like osteopathic manipulation, therapy, or injections. Sports medicine professionals regularly treat athletes who experience back pain from strain and injury sustained while participating in sports including cycling, weightlifting, jogging, and golf. The fields of physical education and sports make use of the many sub-disciplines of sports medicine. Without knowledge of the scope of sports medicine, it is difficult to raise a sportsperson's performance to the utmost degree.
Top-down and bottom-up approaches were used to estimate and validate the size of the Global Sports Medicine Market and to estimate the size of various other dependent submarkets. The research methodology used to estimate the market size includes the following details: The key players in the market were identified through secondary research, and their market shares in the respective regions were determined through primary and secondary research. This entire procedure includes the study of the annual and financial reports of the top market players and extensive interviews for key insights from industry leaders such as CEOs, VPs, directors, and marketing executives. All percentage shares split, and breakdowns were determined by using secondary sources and verified through Primary sources. All possible parameters that affect the markets covered in this research study have been accounted for, viewed in extensive detail, verified through primary research, and analyzed to get the final quantitative and qualitative data.
Segments covered in this report:
The Global Sports Medicine Market is segmented on the basis of Product, Injury Type, End-use, and Region. Based on Product the market is segmented into Implants, Fracture and ligament repair products, Arthroscopy devices, Prosthetics, and Others. Based on injury type the market is divided into knee injuries, Shoulder injuries, Foot and ankle injuries, Back and spine injuries, Hip and groin injuries, and Others. Based on end-use the market is segmented into Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centres, and Physiotherapy Centres and Clinics. Based on the region, the global Sports Medicine market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and MEA.
Sports injuries are increasing in frequency, which will boost market growth.
Sports-related injuries have become more common across the globe in recent years, largely as a result of increased participation in physical activity and sports. Ligament injuries and fractures are more common among athletes. Additionally, a sizeable percentage of all sports injuries worldwide involve the lower extremity. Globally, there will likely be a greater demand for injury treatment and rehabilitation due to rising sports participation (among both adults and children) and an increase in the frequency of sports injuries. This is viewed as a positive indication of the sports medicine market's growth.
42.1% of knee injuries are sprains and strains. Of all injuries, 27.1% are contusions and abrasions, whereas 10.5% are lacerations and puncture wounds. The bulk of knee injuries, 49.3% of them, happen while people are engaging in recreational activities like sports. "House structures," which account for 30.2% of injuries, and "home furnishings," which account for 13.6% of injuries, are other prominent causes of accidents. When playing basketball, men are more prone than women to hurt their knees, whereas people 65 and older are more likely to hurt their knees when navigating ramps, stairs, and landings.
Implants for orthopaedics and related machinery are pricey.
The high cost of implants is a major barrier to the growth of the sports medicine industry. For markets to grow in nations like India, where only a small percentage of the populace is insured, the price of these implants is a major concern. Most people still struggle to pay for such an expensive therapy, which has an average cost of more than USD 12,000 in developing countries. Implants and prosthetics are among the expensive regenerative medicine procedures.
Due to rising disposable incomes (caused by rapid economic expansion) and rising participation in sports and physical activity, emerging countries with large patient populations-such as India and China-are likely to present potential development opportunities for businesses in the sports medicine market. Furthermore, these countries' governments are now working on plans to improve and develop their individual healthcare systems.
In the twenty-first century, sports medical research will develop significantly. The use of computers will enable doctors to determine whether a ligament, tendon, muscle, or joint is damaged. Then, a number of surgical and/or physical therapy treatment options will be shown utilising 3-D graphics. In the future, cartilage autografts generated from a patient's own cartilage cells may be used to treat articular cartilage defects thanks to cellular biology research in the domains of bone morphogenic proteins, biologic scaffolding, and cartilage culturing. To determine whether cartilage and meniscal transplants can be preserved, surgically implanted, and if their long-term function is the same as that of the donor, these procedures will also be researched.