SESM-2018 will focus on creating a gathering of like-minded professionals from the fields of athletics, sports, nutrition, physiotherapy, sports psychology and fitness conditioning..
The event will look to tabulate and solve classical and emerging hurdles in the sports and fitness industry.
The event will feature plenary speeches, talks and presentations from professional sportsmen, sports research, fitness coaches, fitness conditioning experts, international physiotherapists, sports surgeons and experts.
The global sports medicine market size was valued at USD 6.4 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.7% over the forecast period. Augmenting growth for the orthopedic industry and rising incidences of sports related injuries
are the vital impact rendering drivers
According to the Orthopedic Annual Report 2013, the need for orthobiologics and musculoskeletal care is expected to rise over the next decade owing to rising awareness and geographical expansion. As of 2013, the companies majorly focus
on regions such as the U.S., Japan and Europe which are estimated to contribute about 80.0% of the revenue for the orthopedic market.
These injuries form a substantial portion of the orthopedic market with rising incidences of dislocations, hip fractures, ligament and tendon tears. Furthermore, innovation in prosthetics and implants along with development of performance
monitoring devices is expected to further fuel growth over the forecast period.
For instance, Arthrex, a key market player, introduced their Birmingham Biceps Implant System indicated to be used for reducing the possibility of post-operative humeral fracture. The system was developed in collaboration with the Andrew
Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. Furthermore, in 2014, Arthrex signed an exclusive agreement with Osiris to develop Cartiform, a cartilage repair solution based on cellular regenerative technology.
Demand for minimally invasive surgeries and technological advancement in implants, technologies and instruments for joint repair is expected to further promote the sports medicine market growth.
Prices fell to around $400 in April 2014, before rallying in the middle of the year. They then declined to not much more than $200 in early 2015.
In the second quarter of 2017, prices more than tripled from $1200 to over $4000.