For most of us, when we consider what the human body consists of and how we function, we often think about the main organs (brain, heart, lungs etc) but we can often forget the significant role that Soft Tissues (muscles, blood vessels, nerves, and tendons) play in supporting our bodily functions.

Soft tissue injuries are on the rise owing to a number of reasons including a growing incidence of associated diseases, an increase in average life expectancy and a continued rise in sports-related injuries.

Soft tissue repair is accomplished by replacing injured or damaged tissues with a healthier alternative.  The current treatment options are heavily reliant on surgical methods with a low success rate.  As a result, prevalent, innovatively advanced options such as minimally invasive procedures and rapid healing products are critical.

The market is expected to continue to thrive in the coming years, driven by increased demand, and several key factors, including a surge in the use of digital technology and a demand for superior quality non-bone tendon allografts