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Sport Orthotics are a team of state registered Orthotists, specialists in biomechanical insoles/orthotics and orthopaedic bracing for the entire body. Our Orthotic and biomechanics clinic is based in Hamilton near Glasgow in Scotland.

Sport Orthotics prides itself on the use of high performance orthotic products and the latest biomechanical assessment technology to help in the design of our custom orthotics.

We provide a free biomechanical assessment service to all of our new customers which we do to establish what would be the best treatment for you. We don't believe we should charge for this and the only charge is if you decide you wish to undertake any treatment offered after the biomechanical assessment has established whether we can help you.

What is a biomechanical assessment?

A biomechanical assessment is a specialist assessment undertaken to assess the mechanics of movement to establish possible causes for aches, pains and discomfort of the body. This is done to understand the root cause of problems to understand the correct approach to treating these problems.

To book your free biomechanical assessment appointment at our clinical centre at The Treatment Hub in Hamilton using our 24 hour online booking service please click on the booking button below.

 

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A unique aspect of our orthotic clinical service is that we have our own on site orthotic lab in Hamilton (near Glasgow) which enables us to manufacture, adjust and repair your orthotics even while you wait! This means that should you require your orthotics manufactured at the same time as your biomechanical assessment we can do this. 

Using our own custom built orthotic lab on site at our orthotics and biomechanical assessment clinic in Hamilton (near Glasgow) you will not have the frustration of having orthotics sent backwards and forwards to a supplier to get them comfortable, we do it while you are in clinic on the same day. Not only that but our base at the Treatment Hub in Hamilton (near Glasgow) you will also have access to Physiotherapists, Podiatrists (Chiropodists), and Sports Therapists, who work together to achieve the best possible care.

We provide a friendly and professional service for people of all levels of activity in the Glasgow, Lanarkshire and West of Scotland areas from our base in the Treatment Hub clinic in Hamilton, which is around 9 miles from the city centre of Glasgow.



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We use the latest technology for our patients and are proud to have introduced the Medilogic pressure analysis system to our practice. This means we can actually measure the success of our orthotics and is a valuable tool in our assessment of biomechanics. This system is quite different from all other systems commonly used as it measures the forces on the foot inside the shoe. No other Glasgow or indeed Scottish private orthotic clinic can offer this level of analysis within their private orthotic and biomechanics clinic.

Sport Orthotics is the only private orthotic practice using this system in both Glasgow and Scotland, another reason why we feel we offer the best service in the country.

This is why many professional sports clubs including SPL football teams and running clubs in the Glasgow and Lanarkshire area use us as their preferred provider of biomechanical assessments and orthotics.

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This medilogic pressure analysis system allows us to directly measure the pressure going through the various parts of the foot to understand why you may have pain in a certain area as part of your foot assessment. 

This is measured within the shoe and as such we can actually measure how well your orthotics perform allowing us to provide the best possible foot assessment and outcome.

We cater from the elite athlete to the man on the street!

We have many patients in the Glasgow and Central Scotland area across all activity levels. Our clients currently include professional footballers, ultra marathon runners and national level athletes. At the other end of the spectrum we see the average person requiring our help to go about their daily activities.

(Click here for directions to our orthotic clinic in Hamilton near Glasgow)

What are Orthotics?

Orthotics are supports that are worn on the body or within footwear to help control and protect the joints of the body.

They can be used to:

  • Prevent injury/deformity
  • Reduce pain
  • Facilitate normal movement
  • Stabilise unstable/weak joints
  • Improve walking and running efficiency
  • Help people remain active!



What Conditions Can We Treat?

What is a State Registered Orthotist?

An Orthotist must be registered with the Health Professionals Council (HPC) and hold a recognised qualification in Orthotics and Prosthetics.

This qualification ensures that the orthotist has specialist knowledge in the assessment, design, fabrication and application of any orthotics; biomechanical insoles/orthotics, braces and anatomical supports.

Sport Orthotics based near Glasgow have Orthotists who have been practicing exclusively in Orthotics since qualification and have worked extensively in both the NHS and in private practice both in the Glasgow area and further afield. Collectively, the 2 orthotic specialists based in our Glasgow area clinic have almost 30 years clinical orthotic experience.

The Treatment Hub clinic in Hamilton near Glasgow has been the base for our Orthotists for 5 years and they have treated over 1000 patients during this time. If you would like to know more about The Treatment Hub in Hamilton, which is approximately 8-9 miles from Glasgow city centre. please click on the link below.


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Need an old pair of orthotics repaired?

click on the Repair my orthotics.com logo for details of our repair service which is delivered in our very own orthotic lab in the Hamilton clinic (approximately 8-9 miles from Glasgow)

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Over pronation a common problem seen with our clinics

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