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Biomechanical Assessment | Specialist Private Podiatry | Orthotic Clinics

WhatClinic Patient Satisfaction Winners 5 Years in a Row

Unique Pressure Mapping System for Biomechanical Assesments

All our Orthotics are manufactured by our own team, in house

Clinics available in both Hamilton and Glasgow City Centre

award winning orthotists and podiatrists in Glasgow City and Hamilton

Welcome to Sport Orthotics

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.

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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.

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.

WhatClinic Patient Satisfaction Winners 5 Years in a Row

Unique Pressure Mapping System for Biomechanical Assesments

All our Orthotics are manufactured by our own team, in house

Clinics available in both Hamilton and Glasgow City Centre