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Foot Orthotic Insoles Market
Foot Orthotic Insoles Market: By End-User (Sports, Medical, Comfort); By Material (EVA Foam, Leather, Nylon, Others); By Government Regulations; By Geography - (2013-2020)
Report Code : HCR 0071
Updated Date: 24 August, 2017  

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Foot Orthotic Insoles are inserts designed for curing and stabilization of biomechanical misalignment of foot and lower limbs which is caused due to diseases such as diabetes, plantar fasciitis, rheumatoid arthritis, foot deformities and so on. These products also cater to the safety and comfort needs for sports community including athletes, football players, hockey players and many others so as to absorb the shocks due to extensive foot activity.

Foot orthotic insoles are manufactured as prefabricated or custom made. Based on the type of disorder, these insoles are available in rigid, semi rigid and soft type. Increase in chronic foot diseases, elevation in people awareness for treatment of foot disorders, appraisal in disposal income and growth in sport activities, have significantly impacted the market. These parameters have been driving the market in its present growth stage.

The foot orthotic insoles market is segmented by end user type and by material type. The end user type generally involves sports and medical, sports is further segmented for running and court. The medical sub-vertical comprises of diseases including diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, plantar fasciitis and so on. The manufacturers offer these products in various materials such as EVA foam, leather, polypropylene thermoplastic, nylon and other niche types.. Stringent regulations imposed by the government bodies of various regions for quality and standard assurance of these products have been studied as well.

Foot Orthotic Insoles Market

The foot orthotic insoles market is analyzed on the basis of four major geographic regions including: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World. These regions are further segmented on the basis of major countries. North America holds the major market share owing to the changing lifestyle and growing aging population in this region.

Sample Companies Profiled in this Report are:
  • Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics Inc. (U.S.),
  • Ottobock Holding Gmbh & Co. KG (Germany),
  • Bauerfeind AG (Germany),
  • Superfeet Worldwide, Inc. (U.S.)
  • Bayer Healthcare LLC (U.S).
  • 10+.

The research methodology of this market is done by fragmentation of the market based on the parameters including end-user and material type. The revenues of the products were collected on the grounds of epidemiology of various diseases such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, plantar fasciitis, obesity and metatarsalgia for various regions. The data so collected were collated by bottom up approach and analyzed to project the market size and correspondingly forecast was done for the required period. The data so collated was validated by KOLs from various manufacturers, regulatory bodies and Orthopedists as a part of primary research.
1. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Market Classification
   1.1. Custom Foot Insoles 
      1.1.1. Customized Insoles 
      1.1.2. Custom Moulded 
      1.1.3. 3d Printed 
   1.2. Prefabricated Foot Insoles 
   1.3. Foot Orthotic Insoles Prescribers
2. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Market Executive Summary
3. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Market Landscape 
   3.1. End User Profiling 
   3.2. Patent Analysis
   3.3. Top 5 Companies 
4. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Market Forces
   4.1. Market Drivers 
      4.1.1. Rapidly Aging Population To Increase Demand For Foot Orthotic Insole Devices
      4.1.2. Growing Incidence of Chronic Diseases To Drive The Growth of Orthotics Market
      4.1.3. Rapid Urbanization and Associated Lifestyle Diseases Drive The Demand For Foot Orthotic Inserts 
      4.1.4. Disabilities To Spur The Adoption of Foot Orthotic Insoles 
      4.1.5. Increased Focus On Improving Quality of Life 
      4.1.6. Innovations In Production and Modelling Technologies 
      4.1.7. Rise In Sports Injuries To Drive The Sales of Foot Orthotic Insoles 
   4.2. Market Restraints 
      4.2.1. High Cost of Custom-Made Foot Orthotic Insole Devices  
   4.3. Market Challenges 
      4.3.1. Healthcare Budget Constraints To Challenge The Growth of Orthotic Device Market 
      4.3.2. Poor Healthcare Reimbursement and Payment Models To Hamper The Adoption of Orthotics 
      4.3.3. Consolidation of Market Leaders To Create Significant Growth Challenge For Smaller Companies 
5. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Market Strategic Analysis 
   5.1 Supply Chain Analysis 
   5.2 Pricing Analysis  
6. Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Classification, By End User 
   6.1. Sports 
      6.1.1. Running  
      6.1.2. Court 
   6.2. Medical
      6.2.1. Diabetes 
      6.2.2. Rheumatoid Arthritis 
      6.2.3. Plantar Fasciitis
      6.2.4. Obesity
      6.2.5. Metatarsalgia 
      6.2.6. Others 
   6.3. Comfort  
7. Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Classification, By Type of Material 
   7.1. EVA Foam
   7.2. Leather
   7.3. Polypropylene Thermoplastic
   7.4. Nylon
   7.5. Others
8. Orthotic Devices – Government Regulations
   8.1. North America 
   8.2. Europe
   8.3. Asia-Pacific 
   8.4. Rest of the World 
9. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Geographical Analysis 
   9.1. Americas 
      9.1.1. Us 
      9.1.2. Canada
      9.1.3. Others 
   9.2. Europe
      9.2.1. Germany 
      9.2.2. United Kingdom  
      9.2.3. Spain 
      9.2.4. Italy 
      9.2.5. France 
   9.3. Asia – Pacific 
      9.3.1. Japan 
      9.3.2. Australia 
      9.3.3. India 
      9.3.4. China 
      9.3.5. Others 
   9.4. Rest of World 
10. Foot Orthotic Insoles - Market Entropy 
   10.1. New Product Launches
   10.2. M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships 
11. Company Profiles 
   11.1. Acor Orthopedic, Inc. 
      11.1.1. Business Overview 
      11.1.2. Products 
      11.1.3. Financials 
      11.1.4. Strategy  
      11.1.5. Developments 
   11.2. Aetrex Worldwide, Inc. 
      11.2.1. Business Overview 
      11.2.2. Products 
      11.2.3. Financials 
      11.2.4. Strategy  
      11.2.5. Developments 
   11.3. Bledsoe Brace Systems, Inc. - United Orthopedic Group  
      11.3.1. Business Overview 
      11.3.2. Products 
      11.3.3. Financials 
      11.3.4. Strategy  
      11.3.5. Developments 
   11.4. Bauerfeind AG
      11.4.1. Business Overview 
      11.4.2. Products 
      11.4.3. Financials 
      11.4.4. Strategy  
      11.4.5. Developments 
   11.5. DM Orthotics Ltd. 
      11.5.1. Business Overview 
      11.5.2. Products 
      11.5.3. Financials 
      11.5.4. Strategy  
      11.5.5. Developments 
   11.6. Össur Hf 
      11.6.1. Business Overview 
      11.6.2. Products 
      11.6.3. Financials 
      11.6.4. Strategy  
      11.6.5. Developments 
   11.7. Ottobock Holding Gmbh & Co. Kg 
      11.7.1. Business Overview 
      11.7.2. Products 
      11.7.3. Financials 
      11.7.4. Strategy  
      11.7.5. Developments 
   11.8. Tynor Orthotics Pvt. Ltd. 
      11.8.1. Business Overview 
      11.8.2. Products 
      11.8.3. Financials 
      11.8.4. Strategy  
   11.9. Footbalance System Ltd. 
      11.9.1. Business Overview 
      11.9.2. Financials 
      11.9.3. Products 
      11.9.4. Developments 
   11.10. Amfit Inc. 
      11.10.1. Business Overview 
      11.10.2. Financials 
      11.10.3. Products 
      11.10.4. Developments 
*More than 10 Companies are profiled in this Research Report*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
12. Research Methodology
List of Tables

Table 1. Foot Orthotic Insoles – By Manufacturing Method, 2013 – 2020 ($Million)
Table 2. Foot Orthotic Insoles, Prescribers
Table 3. Foot Orthotic Insoles, Prescriber Difference. 
Table 4. Foot Orthotic Insoles, Top Five Companies
Table 5. Foot orthotic Insoles, Major Companies in U.S. 
Table 6. Global Population above 65 Years of Age (Millions)
Table 7. Foot Orthotic Insoles, Prefabricated and Custom-Made Foot Insoles Difference
Table 8. Foot Orthotic Insoles, Material Supplier List. 
Table 9. Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Revenue, By End User, 2014-2020 ($Million)
Table 10. Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Revenue, By Sports, 2014-2020 ($Million)
Table 11. Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Revenue, By Medical, 2014-2020 ($Million)
Table 12. Foot Orthotic Insoles Industry Revenue, By Sports, 2014-2020 ($Million)
Table 13. Global Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Revenue, By Geography, 2013-2020 ($Million). 
Table 14. Americas Foot Orthotic Insoles Industry Revenue, By Country, 2014-2020 ($Million). 
Table 15. Europe Foot Orthotic Insoles Industry Revenue, By Country, 2014-2020 ($Million). 
Table 16. Asia - Pacific Foot Orthotic Insoles Industry Revenue, By Country, 2014-2020 ($Million). 
Table 17. ÖSSUR HF. Annual Net Sales, 2013 ($Million)
Table 18. ÖSSUR HF. Annual Net Sales, By Business Segment,     2013 ($Million)
Table 19. DJO Inc. - Total Annual Sales, 2011-2013 ($Billion). 

List of Figures

Figure 1. Foot Orthotic Insoles, Market Classification
Figure 2. Global Foot Orthotic Insoles Market Revenue, By Geography, 2014
Figure 3. Foot Orthotic Insoles Patent Analysis, 2011-2015
Figure 4. Global Prevalence of Chronic Diseases in Populationabove 65 Years of Age, 2013 (%)
Figure 5. U.S. Prevalence of Disabilities, By Type, 2013 (%)
Figure 6. Traditional Model of Supply Chain. 
Figure 7. Foot Orthotic Insoles, 3D Printing Based Model. 
Figure 8. Foot Orthotic Insoles, By Type of Material. 
Figure 9. Global Foot Orthotic Insoles Market, By Type of Development, 2012-2014. 
Figure 10. Global Foot Orthotic Insoles Market, By Type of Development, 2012-2014. 
Figure 11. ÖSSUR HF. Annual Net Sales, By Geography, 2013 ($Million). 
Figure 12. Bayer Healthcare LLC, Financial Performance, 2012-2014($ Billion)
Figure 13. Bayer Healthcare LLC, Revenue, By Region 2014(%). 
Figure 14. DJO Inc.Net Sales, By Business Unit – 2013 ($Million). 
Figure 15. Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics Inc. – Net Sales, 2010-2013 ($Million). 
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