LOC Cambridge

The London Orthotic Consultancy's new Cambridge clinic is on the ground floor of 2 Munro House, 20 Mercers Row, Munro Court, Cambridge CB5 8HY.

Located just off Newmarket Road and only a mile and a half outside the city centre, it has recently been fitted out to our own specifications.

The clinic provides advice and treatment for a wide range of adult and paediatric lower limb conditions such as:

LOC Cambridge also provides non-surgical treatment for:

We also provide bespoke insoles.

LOC Cambridge is run by Connor Mumford BSc (Hons) MBAPO. To make an appointment at LOC Cambridge, please call: 020 8974 9989 or complete our online form.

LOC Cambridge has four dedicated clinic rooms, patient facilities, disabled access, free parking and a Gait Laboratory that enables us to provide an optimum service for patients with complex lower limb conditions. In addition, it has a fully equipped workshop so that our bespoke orthotics can be fine-tuned on the spot.



Clinics at Cambridge:



LOC Cambridge
2 Munro House (Ground Floor)
20 Mercers Row, Munro Court

09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 15:00
Bank holidays


Please note, LOC Cambridge is located at the far end of Munro Court (on the left as you enter), as you can see in the map below.

Use the following postcode for Sat Nav Settings: CB5 8HY

London Orthotic Consultancy Cambridge Clinic map

Facilities at Cambridge:

Gait Lab
Free Parking
Disabled Toilet


We have the following facilities and amenities at our Cambridge location:

Clothing worn is dependent on which clinic you are attending. You will be sent a letter detailing what clothing to wear along with all other details prior to any appointment at the clinic.

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Introducing our new slimline pectus brace

We are proud to announce the launch of our latest innovation in non-surgical treatment for pectus deformities. Our new dynamic chest compressor is one of the slimmest pectus braces on the market and is designed to reshape the chest without the need for invasive surgery.

Rosie's plagiocephaly journey

Rosie’s very severe plagiocephaly was no problem for the LOCBand Lite 3D-printed cranial remoulding helmet, going from 16mm to 2mm in just six months.

John walks again without aids thanks to Carbon Fibre Neuro Swing AFO

When John came to see us, his ankle was in a bad way. He had around 60mm of his tibia missing and not much if any talus present. He needed crutches to support him to walk. A gait analysis and a new bespoke carbon fibre knee ankle foot orthosis (KAFO) later and he is able to walk again without crutches.

Matilde’s scoliosis bracing story

Matilde travelled from Chile to LOC for bracing treatment for her adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Now, nearly a year and a half since she started wearing her brace, she has achieved near-total correction of the curvature of her spine. This is her scoliosis bracing story.

Will's Pectus Carinatum treatment story

After only 6 months of wearing bespoke pectus braces from The London Orthotic Consultancy, Will started to notice a visible difference in his pectus carinatum.

Iulia's Scoliosis Bracing Story

After trying out several scoliosis braces in Romania, Ukraine and Turkey, Iulia begins treatment with the LOC Scoliosis Brace and is already seeing results in a matter of months. Here her mum, Raluca, describes how and why they came to LOC for her treatment.

Jack's Pectus Carinatum treatment

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.

Iyad's severe plagiocephaly treated in just 3 months

Baby Iyad's plagiocephaly was classed as 'severe' yet was treated in just 3 months of wearing the LOCband Lite helmet.

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