Top orthopedic company reports 13% market share drop in one year, but keeps No. 1 spot: 10 key statistics

Written by Laura Dyrda | February 05, 2019 | Print  |

Statista ranks the top 10 orthopedic companies with the largest market share every year and projects where they'll be over the next decade.

From 2016 to 2017, the most recent years reported, the big companies experienced a shift in market share, but ultimately Johnson & Johnson retained the top spot with Zimmer Biomet not far behind.

Here is the breakdown of the percent market share increased or decreased from 2016 to 2017:

1. Johnson & Johnson: 13 percent decrease to 21.8 percent market share
2. Zimmer Biomet: 9 percent decrease to 18.8 percent market share
3. Stryker: 11.8 percent increase to 18 percent market share
4. Medtronic: 1.27 percent increase to 8 percent market share
5. Smith & Nephew: 5.26 percent decrease to 5.4 percent market share
6. Arthrex: 50 percent increase to 3 percent market share
7. Wright Medical Group: 50 percent increase to 3 percent market share
8. NuVasive: 8 percent decrease to 2.3 percent market share
9. Globus Medical: 43.75 percent increase to 2.3 percent market share
10. Orthofix: 8.33 percent increase to 1.3 percent market share

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