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Unique Pressure Mapping System for Biomechanical Assesments
All our Orthotics are manufactured by our own team, in house
Clinics available across Scotland with clincs Hamilton, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Ayr
Award winning biomechanics clinic with orthotists and podiatrists covering Scotland with clinics in Glasgow City, Hamilton, Aberdeen and Ayr
Welcome to the Treatment Hub private biomechanics clinic
The Treatment Hub biomechanics clinic and sports injury specialists provides a vast range of services by professionally trained and HCPC registered professionals. Our key goal is to keep you fit, active and healthy. We do this by undertaking clinical assessment and appropriate treatment for your condition or injury. Unlike other biomechanics clinics we have specialists in foot health, foot and lower limb biomechanics and sports injuries. Furthermore, we provide these services in our foot and ankle biomechanics clinic in Hamilton, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Ayr across Scotland.
Our private biomechanics clinic provides orthotics & biomechanical assessment, in shoe pressure analysis, video gait analysis, specialist foot and biomechanical assessment clinics. These are delivered by both Podiatrists/Chiropodists and Orthotists.
In addition to this we have Physiotherapy and Sports Therapists in our specialist clinics. We have clinics in Glasgow, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire near Glasgow. Uniquely, the Treatment Hub clinic provides a one stop shop to provide the best level of treatment for patients using our services.
Why is our biomechanics clinic and biomechanical assessment different?
In comparison to the majority of other biomechanics clinics we manufacture our own custom made orthotics, semi custom orthotics.
Our biomechanics clinics give patient's access to all of our clinical professionals and allows a multi-disciplinary approach to manage patients. This unique approach gives access to dual consultations which is unusual in many other clinics in the Glasgow area or indeed Scotland.
Whilst the Hamilton clinic was our first clinic set up in 2009, we have expanded to have orthotics and biomechanics specialist clinics in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Ayr. All of our clinics have access to Physiotherapists, Sports Therapists, Orthopaedic Consultant surgeons, Orthotics and biomechanical assessment. Podiatrists/Chiropodists, Orthotists and Orthopaedic consultant surgeons working collectively to provide the best possible care.
Are Orthotics right for me?
Orthotics are most commonly used in the form of insoles (or foot orthotics or orthoses) in footwear to help control the mechanics of the foot when people walk or run. Our specialist Orthotists and Podiatrists within our biomechanics clinics in Hamilton South Lanarkshire and also Glasgow city centre are specifically trained in assessment and manufacture of custom orthotics for their patients.
3D Printed Orthotics Specialist
Sport Orthotics are an award winning team of state registered Orthotists and Podiatrists, who are specialists in biomechanical assessments, insoles/orthotics and orthopaedic bracing for the entire body.
Our Orthotic and biomechanics clinics are based in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire and also our Glasgow city centre dedicated orthotics and biomechanical assessment clinic (in Finnieston around 100 metres from Charing Cross). We provide biomechanical assessment at both our Hamilton and Glasgow clinics.
Traditionally manufactured orthotics
We still do the traditional stuff too!
We still manufacture orthotics using the traditional approach using our orthotic lab. As such we still take plaster casts within our biomechanics clinics to manufacture your prescription.
Our preference is to take a non-weight bearing cast, in order to control the biomechanics of the foot and ankle in walking or running. Our custom orthotics pages explain why we take this approach with some patients rather than scanning or box impressions.
Assessments & Services
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. The biomechanical assessment is done to understand the root cause of problems to understand the correct approach to treating these problems.
Sport Orthotics have been delivering biomechanical assessments for the Hamilton, Lanarkshire and Glasgow area for many years. Since 2006 we have treated over 6000 patients successfully and continue to grow
Our biomechanics experts will help you understand how your movement patterns relate to aches, pains and strains you may be experiencing, to then provide advice and support how these may be addressed