Your first appointment will typically last 45-60 minutes, during which you will undergo a thorough biomechanical assessment. There will be plenty of time to discuss the difficulties you are having and together we will arrive at the best course of action to suit your needs. We offer a variety of services and products to assist with comfort and mobility.
By observing your body in motion, an orthotist can identify posture-related issues and bad habits that may be impeding your movement, and address them to reduce stress and strain on affected areas.
Using cutting-edge 3D scanning techniques we can create accurate and detailed digital models, and with the latest 3D printing technology, your orthosis can be custom-made to match the unique contours of your body and provide the very best comfort and support.
This process involves applying tape directly to the skin in order to provide support and kinesthetic and proprioceptive feedback during athletic activity. It is particularly effective when assisting recovery from injury.
The most common type of foot orthosis, insoles can be used to treat a wide variety of problems, from simple discomfort to arthritic pain. We provide a broad selection of insoles, from affordable stock models through to semi-bespoke and completely custom made products.
Ankle-foot orthoses (AFOs) or knee-ankle-foot orthoses (KAFOs) provide support across the lower limb. These devices are used to mitigate problems like spina bifida, polio or nerve damage resulting from a stroke or a spinal injury. Patients can be 3D-scanned to ensure the best possible support and comfort. We have a wide range of carbon fibre devices to ensure lightweight, extra strong designs to suit all needs.
Commonly used to reduce knee pain and assist with conditions such as osteoarthritis or polio, many knee braces are designed to help individuals stay active while coping with injury or disease.