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Global Electrical muscle stimulation Market 2021: By Product Type (Handheld, Portable, Tabletop, Functional electrical stimulation (FES), Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, Others) By Application (Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Physiotherapy Clinics, Sports Clinics, Home Care)Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), also known as neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) or electromyostimulation, is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electric impulses. In 2021, the market size of Electrical muscle stimulation is 620 million US$. Revenue by regions for 2021 stood at $227.3 Million USD for North America, $155 Million USD for Europe, followed closely by Asia Pacific at $131 Million USD, while South America and Middle East accounted for $26 Million and $31.34 Million USD respectively Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), also known as neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) or electromyostimulation, is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electric impulses. EMS has received an increasing amount of attention in the last few years for many reasons: it can be utilized as a strength training tool for healthy subjects and athletes; it could be used as a rehabilitation and preventive tool for people who are partially or totally immobilized; it could be utilized as a testing tool for evaluating the neural and/or muscular function in vivo; it could be used as a post-exercise recovery tool for athletes. The impulses are generated by a device and are delivered through electrodes on the skin near to the muscles being stimulated. The electrodes are generally pads that adhere to the skin. The impulses mimic the action potential that comes from the central nervous system, causing the muscles to contract. The use of EMS has been cited by sports scientists as a complementary technique for sports training, and published research is available on the results obtained. In the United States, EMS devices are regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In 2020 US FDA has approved 22 EMS devices, in 2021 27, and 13 until June 2022 EMS devices were approved. Fat reduction in aesthetics treatment category is estimated to be worth $2.5 billion globally by the year 2025. Fat reduction is also one of the rare treatment categories where growth in the male market has been stronger than in the female market, enabling to reach a wider demographic. EMS is being promoted as a new way to workout without having to spend hours in the gym. According to studies, the idea of adding tiny bursts of electricity to workout can make workouts even more effective for some people. There are multiple types of that muscle stimulation, but the most common kinds for a workout is Russian stimulation or high frequency stimulation, which helps to strengthen the muscles. When adding EMS to the workout the stimulation typically is on a pulsed setting, so that as muscle is contracted, the stimulation works together with the muscle contraction to heighten it. The stimulation helps to recruit more muscle fibers and can help with timing of contractions, making them contract faster to perform a movement. EMS Training System electrical impulses allow the triggering of action potentials on motoneurons of motor nerves (excitations). These excitations of motoneurons are transmitted to the muscle fibers via the motor endplate where they generate mechanical muscle fiber responses that correspond to muscle work. Depending on the parameters of the electrical impulses (pulse frequency, duration of contraction, duration of rest, total session duration), different types of muscle work can be imposed on the stimulated muscles. Over-The-Counter devices are intended to stimulate healthy muscles in order to improve or facilitate muscle performance. It is to be used by adults only. They are not intended for adjunctive therapy in the treatment of medical diseases and conditions of any kind. The stimulation programs are designed for injured or disease afflicted muscles. Hence use on such muscles is contraindicated. The work imposed on the muscles by the OTC programs are definitely not suitable for rehabilitation and physiotherapy. The electrical impulses allow the triggering of action potentials on motoneurons of motor nerves (excitations). These excitations of motoneurons are transmitted to the muscle fibers via the motor endplate where they generate mechanical muscle fiber responses that correspond to muscle work. Depending on the parameters of the electrical impulses (pulse frequency, duration of contraction, duration of rest, total session duration),different types of muscle work can be imposed on the stimulated muscles. They are hence considered a technique of muscle training. Some devices also have TENS feature which is used for: • temporary relief of pain associated with sore and aching muscles due to strain from exercise or normal household and work activities. • the symptomatic relief and management of chronic, intractable pain and relief of pain associated with arthritis. EMS has been used for years in rehab settings to help repair spinal cord injuries and address paralysis, and at physical therapy offices to strengthen weak muscles and correct imbalances. But now EMS is making its way into the fitness world, fueled by a handful of companies claiming it can help burn hundreds of calories and beef up muscles, all with basic movements, minimal time, and minimal effort. GCC countries have imposed policies that aim to decrease prevalence of obesity, overweight, and diabetes. Such policies are part of an operational policy for diabetes that has been implemented in all GCC countries, except Oman, and an operational policy to reduce unhealthy diet related to NCDs, which was introduced in 2017 in all GCC countries. One of the most important policies that has been implemented is the imposition of taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), with the aim of reducing soft drink sales and consumption in order to contribute to reductions in the prevalence rates of obesity and overweight, which threaten to undermine health and, thus, the whole economy in the short and long term. GCC countries adopted a 50% tax on carbonated drinks and 100% tax in energy drinks in 2016. Saudi Arabia was the pioneer in implementation of the tax followed by United Arab Emirates (UAE) (these two countries implemented the taxes on SSB in 2017) and then Bahrain, also in 2017. Oman and Qatar proceeded with the implementation at the beginning of 2019, and Kuwait in 2020. The fitness market in UAE is projected to experience double digit growth with employment level predicted to augment substantially with the growth of fitness centers establishments along with growing active members in the country. Increasing interest in fitness amongst the middle class along with the growth of lower-cost alternatives such as GymNation, MetroFitt, and Snap Fitness, is projected to disrupt the industry. Aim towards digital classes and proposing group classes exercises which comprises Pilates, Cross fits, Zumba, Aerobics, Martial Arts and many others will be foremost to success for independent gyms. The GCC weight loss market reached a value of US$ 3.6 Billion in 2020. Currently, overweight and obesity is one of the major health concerns being faced by the GCC region. The region has been experiencing rising levels of economic growth and sedentary lifestyles. Moreover, increasing levels of urbanization and westernization has led to the proliferation of a number of fast food chains, online food delivery options, convenience outlets, etc. making packaged foods, snacks and high sugar products readily available. This has resulted in obesity and overweight rates soaring in the region and leading to a population burdened with diabetes, cardiovascular and other lifestyle ailments. The global menopause market size was valued at USD 12.9 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 5.0%. Studies have shown 10-week training program of strength and aerobic exercise with superimposed EMS seems to provide additional adaptations in dynamic leg strength, gait speed, agility, and cardiovascular endurance. Additionally, combining Electro Muscle Stimulation technology with the support of health consultants and menopause EMS therapies provide relief from Low energy, Menopausal weight gain, Painful muscles and joints, Fatigue / Tiredness / Insomnia and Effects of Hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Specially designed programs for the needs of all menopausal women, EMS treatment sessions are effective while undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and other natural alternatives. The global sports market reached a value of approximately $350 billion in 2020, having increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.4% since 2015. The market declined from $450 billion in 2019 to $350 billion in 2020 at a rate of -15.4%. The decline was mainly due to lockdown and social distancing norms imposed by various countries and economic slowdown across countries owing to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures to contain it. In 2022 and beyond, we will see the sports business continue to make progress, focusing more on the welfare of athletes, society, and the planet. With playing sports comes sports injuries, and they are not just limited to professional athletes they are fairly common in hobby athletes too. Due to the aggressive nature of sports, especially for high impact (like running and tennis) and contact (e.g. football and lacrosse) sports, injuries are prevalent, even for amateur athletes. One of the most common sports injury is back injuries/back pain. Sports physiotherapist are increasingly using EMS as part of their therapy. Chiropractic Care clinics have heavily started marketing Electric Muscle Stimulation as part of their pain and stress relief care packages.
Market Segmentation, Outlook & Viewpoint: Global Electrical muscle stimulation Market
Global Electrical muscle stimulation Market Segmentation by Product Type: Breakdown of data from year 2017 to 2021 and forecast until 2028:
|May 2022||Approval||NeuroMetrix, Inc. today announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) De Novo authorization to market the Quell neuromodulation device as an aid for reducing the symptoms of fibromyalgia in adults with high pain sensitivity. The Company received FDA Breakthrough Designation for the use of Quell to treat fibromyalgia in July 2021.|
|Jul 2021||New Product Launch||Cartessa Aesthetic launched its device, PHYSIQ. PHYSIQ is a novel, dual-modality system that offers deep heat to target tissue and electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) to re-educate muscle – all from one device and in one session. An incredibly versatile device, PHYSIQ's four applicators can be individually adjusted to tailor the energy and modality delivered to one or more body areas. Providers can select EMS or deep heat only or they have the unique ability to deliver both modalities sequentially within one treatment to maximize results and overall comfort. Treatments are hands-free, require no downtime and can be completely customized to meet each patient's unique body goals.|
|Apr 2021||Acquisition||Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA has acquired the majority share of STIMIT AG. With this acquisition, Dräger further expands its expertise in the field of lung-protective ventilation. STIMIT is specialized in lung activation and non-invasive stimulation of respiratory muscles in intensive care patients. Currently, the duration of the weaning process from artificial ventilation in ICU patients is approximately between 40 and 50 percent of the total ventilation time.1 The weaning process usually becomes more difficult as the duration of ventilation increases. In the long term, electromagnetic stimulation of the diaphragm should help shorten the period of ventilation and thus the time of hospitalization, as well as reduce the risk of complications.|
|Nov 2020||New Product Launch||Lutronic has unveiled Accufit, their exceptional new device for targeted muscle activation. Accufit takes muscle activation to strengthen and sculpt muscle in the abdomen, obliques, and buttocks - to new levels with innovative technology. In effect, this makes Accufit both the first of its kind and best in class, with exceptional and unique results in the muscle-sculpting space. Accufit's IntelliPhase™ waveforms produce four unique muscle movements – Twist, Hold, Grip, and Tap – replicating the different muscle building actions a weight trainer would use. An automated treatment cycle, IntelliCycle™, repetitively works the selected muscle groups treating them based on the shape and size. There is no need to move or reposition these electrodes for the system to cycle through the four movements. And Accufit treatments are fully customizable to help patients achieve their personal goals.|
|Feb 2020||Approval||US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted over-the-counter (OTC) clearance to Atlantic Therapeutics’ INNOVO, a wearable, non-invasive device for stress urinary incontinence (SUI). The device treats the root cause of SUI by strengthening the entire network of pelvic floor muscles through gentle muscle stimulation. It was previously available in the US by prescription.|
1 STUDY OBJECTIVE AND BACKGROUND 1 1.1 Product Overview Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation 1 1.2 Research Method 3 1.3 Data Source 4 1.4 Project Cycle 5 1.5 Forecast Data Base & Factor 7 1.6 Manufacturers Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans 7 1.7 Macroeconomic Development Trends 9 2 MANUFACTURERS COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS OF MAJOR PLAYERS 14 2.1 Competitive Segmentation Analysis of Key Players 14 2.2 Key Players Revenue and Market Positions 15 2.3 Regional Distribution of Key Players Service Regions 16 2.4 Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Industry Technology Development Trends 17 2.5 Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Industry Consumer Behavior Analysis 17 2.6 Main Player Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Industry Positioning 17 2.7 Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Business Continuity Development and Optimization Trends 17 3 ELECTROMAGNETIC MUSCLE STIMULATION SEGMENT ANALYSIS BY TYPE 18 3.1 Overview 18 3.1.1 Handheld 18 3.1.2 Portable 18 3.1.3 Tabletop 19 3.2 2017-2028 Global Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue Segment Analysis by Type 19 4 ELECTROMAGNETIC MUSCLE STIMULATION SEGMENT ANALYSIS END USER 21 4.1 Introduction 21 4.1.1 Hospitals 21 4.1.2 Ambulatory Surgical Centers 22 4.1.3 Physiotherapy Clinics 22 4.1.4 Sports Clinics 22 4.2 2017-2028 Global Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue Segment Analysis by End User 22 5 GLOBAL ELECTROMAGNETIC MUSCLE STIMULATION REGIONAL OVERVIEW, BY REGION BY COUNTRY 24 5.1 Global Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Market Size Overview 24 5.2 Global Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2017-2028 25 6 NORTH AMERICA MARKET SIZE AND REGIONAL ANALYSIS 27 6.1 North America Key Players Revenue and Market Positions 27 6.2 North America Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue by Country 29 6.3 2017-2022 North America Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue Segment Analysis by Type 30 6.4 2017-2022 North America Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue Segment Analysis by End User 31 7 EUROPE MARKET SIZE AND REGIONAL ANALYSIS 32 7.1 Europe Key Players Revenue and Market Positions 32 7.2 Europe Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue by Country 33 7.3 2017-2022 Europe Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue Segment Analysis by Type 35 7.4 2017-2022 Europe Electromagnetic Muscle Stimulation Revenue Segment Analysis by End User 36 | read more...