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Sales of Upper Extremity Prosthetics Is all set to Witness a Healthy CAGR of 6% Through the Forecast Period

Artificial Limbs Market

Artificial Limbs Market Size, Share, application, competition and growth opportunities till 2025.

ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, November 16, 2021 / -- [170 pages] Global Artificial Limbs Market research report segmented by Product (Upper Extremity Prosthetics, Lower Extremity Prosthetics, Sockets, Liners, Others), by Technology (Cosmetic Prosthetics, Cable operated/Body powered Prosthetics, Electrically powered/ myoelectric Prosthetics, Others), & by Region.

The following five to seven years are projected to witness a sustained upshift in investments and exponential improvements in the artificial limbs market. The soft and pliant nature of advanced prosthetic materials to protect underlying skin from residual damage is having a significant effect on their rate of adoption.

Mind-controlled humonic solutions are a radical breakthrough in research related to artificial limbs. These solutions can restore the unmet needs of lost sensation and human-like aesthetics, including gestures and volitional control. Extensive research in the field of artificial intelligence aimed at better quality of life for amputees is fuelling the growth of the artificial limbs market. Fact.MR, in its newest report, reveals that, the artificial limbs market is all set to witness a healthy CAGR of 6% through the forecast period (2020 – 2025).

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Key Takeaways of Artificial Limbs Market

Lower extremity prosthetics accounted for 55% share of the market in 2019, owing to the high prevalence of diabetes and vascular diseases across the globe.
Electrically-powered/myoelectric prosthetics are projected register the fastest growth by the end of the forecast period. Advancements such as multi-articulating myoelectric hands are estimated to fuel this growth.
According to Fact.MR, hospitals and prosthetic clinics will collectively account for 75% of the market share by the end of the forecast year. An uptick in the demand for prosthetics for trauma injuries and amputations during military combat will bolster the growth of these segments.
North America will lead the artificial limbs market by the end of the forecast period. However, Asia Pacific will witness prolific growth, on the back of a surging geriatric population and an alarming high incidence of accidents.
“Clinical service networks, strong clinical teams, high focus on the marketing of products, and market diversification will be the key tenets of success for market players operating in the artificial limbs market”, says a Fact.MR Analyst.

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Artificial Limbs Market - Assessment of Key Segments

With an aim to offer granular level insights on the artificial limbs market, authors of the report have segmented the landscape on the basis of product, technology, end user, and region. This global research report also analysis the incremental opportunity available in the artificial limbs market during the forecast period. Key segments of the artificial limbs market include:


Upper Extremity
Lower Extremity


Cosmetic Prosthetics
Cable-operated/Battery-powered Prosthetics
Electrically-powered/Myoelectric Prosthetics

End User

Prosthetic Clinics
Rehabilitation Centres


North America
Asia Pacific
Latin America
Middle East and Africa

Product Innovations and Well-timed Partnerships Lead to a Top-Heavy Competition Landscape

The artificial limbs market is highly consolidated in nature, with Ossur, Ottobock, and Hanger among the key players. Leading players have established a strong foothold in the market through strong teams, innovation, a highly-nuanced product portfolio, and timely acquisitions. For instance,

In November 2019, Ossur and Alfred Mann Foundation (AMF) signed a milestone agreement that allows Ossur to further develop and licence AMF’s implanted myoelectric sensor systems, as both these organizations surge ahead to explore the potential of mind-controlled prosthetic technologies.
In the same month, Ottobock announced advancements in upper limb prosthetics, called the Myo Plus pattern recognition system. Ottobock partnered with Hanger to fit this new design onto an amputee. The technology has been approved and cleared by the FDA.
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The research study on the artificial limbs market by Fact.MR incorporates an unbiased assessment of the key demand-driving factors and trends that can shaped the landscape of artificial limbs over 2020 – 2025, and includes a detailed assessment of the key parameters that are anticipated to exert influence over the forecast period. Market statistics have been presented on the basis of product (upper extremity, lower extremity, sockets, liners, others), technology (cosmetic prosthetics, cable-operated/body-powered prosthetics, electrically-powered/myoelectric prosthetics, others), end user (hospitals, prosthetic clinics, rehabilitation centres), across five major regions.

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