The London Orthotic Consultancy (Kingston), 1 Elm Crescent, Kingston Upon Thames, London, KT2 6HL
LOC Cambridge , 2 Munro House (Ground Floor) , 20 Mercers Row, Munro Court, Cambridge, CB5 8HY
LOC Bristol, Litfield House Medical Centre, 1 Litfield Place, Clifton Down, Bristol , BS8 3LS
LOC Romford, Best Health Suites, 58 Billet Lane, Hornchurch, Essex, RM11 1XA
LOC Manchester, University of Salford, Brian Blatchford Building, Frederick Road, Salford, Manchester, M6 6PU
*Limited appointments will be available with Mr Saeed Hamid in Kingston between 27 and 29 Dec.
For patients who require treatment for pectus carinatum and pectus excavatum, we can now offer this treatment remotely.
We have successfully trialled this service with international patients from overseas and we are currently treating patients from 20 different countries across the globe.
So if you cannot travel to one of our clinics, you don’t need to.
The treatment protocol will be fully explained during the initial free virtual consultation.
The London Orthotic Consultancy's headquarters clinic is home to five distinct clinics: Orthotics, Scoliosis, Plagiocephaly, Pectus & Club Foot
We have state of the art diagnostic equipment and in-house manufacturing enabling us to produce quality, bespoke orthoses on demand.
Read more about LOC's ethos and meet our team
Through bracing treatment with the dynamic chest compressor, Jack has achieved 90% correction in his pectus carinatum after only two months. Here, mum describes Jack's non-surgical treatment journey.
Baby Iyad's plagiocephaly was classed as 'severe' yet was treated in just 3 months of wearing the LOCband Lite helmet.
Baby Tal's mother explains why she insisted on getting the Cunningham Brace to treat her son’s club foot
A mother of one of our patients shares her perspective on what it's like being a parent to a child with spina bifida.
Just over two years since the LOCband Lite's launch, we’ve successfully treated our 500th helmet therapy patient, Billy, with our innovative 3D-printed cranial band.
In recognition of the national National Foot Drop Awareness Day, we share some facts about this condition as well as case histories of patients who are currently using orthotics to help treat it.
New bespoke AFOs help get Grace, who has cerebral palsy, out of her wheelchair and back walking again.
Baby Ada’s severe brachycephaly improves thanks to LOC’s cranial remoulding helmet therapy.
2 Munro House (Ground Floor), 20 Mercers Row, Munro Court, Cambridge, CB5 8HY
Litfield House Medical Centre, 1 Litfield Place, Clifton Down, Bristol, BS8 3LS
Best Health Suites, 58 Billet Lane, Hornchurch, Essex, RM11 1XA
Brian Blatchford Building, University of Salford, Frederick Road, Salford, Manchester M6 6PU