Rise in prevalence of the disease, increase in adoption of minimally invasive fusion procedure, economic growth, surge in per capita health care spending, and increase in the number of skilled orthopedic surgeons are anticipated to drive the sacroiliac fusion implants market during the forecast period
Sacroiliac joints (SI) are joints between the sacrum and ilium bones of the pelvis. The sacrum supports the
spine and ilium bone supports sacrum. The sacroiliac joint is highly dependent on its strong ligamentous
structure for providing support and stability to complete human body. Commonly observed conditions for
which SI joint fusion is indicated include sacroiliac joint dysfunction, sacroiliac joint disruption, and
degenerative sacroilitis. Sacroilitis is inflammation or dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint which could result
in the unilateral low back pain.
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Sacroiliac joint dysfunction can be diagnosed using provocative and non-provocative maneuvers. SI joint
dysfunction can be treated with minimally invasive surgery performed in either of the two ways:
immediate fixation or SI joint fusion. Sacroiliac fusion systems are intended to stabilize the sacroiliac joint
and provide an environment for fusion. During immediate fixation, an implant is placed across the joints.
Bone grafts can be delivered within the device to promote fusion. Sacroiliac fusion surgery is gaining
popularity among physicians to treat the pain related to the sacroiliac joint. According to SI-Bone, Inc.,
82% of patients were satisfied with SI joint fusion surgery. Hence, patient satisfaction and least
requirement of repetition of the procedure are likely to increase demand for sacroiliac fusion systems in
the next few years.
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Release of the treatment guidelines by the North American Spine Society and the International Society for
the Advancement of Spinal Surgery and favorable reimbursement policies for the procedure by the U.S.
Medicare are expected to increase the adoption of sacroiliac fusion surgeries during the forecast period.
According to recent statistics released by BIBA Medical Ltd., about 18% of l