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:
Orthotics
Insoles
Plagiocephaly
Pectus

 

 

LOC Cambridge
2 Munro House (Ground Floor)
20 Mercers Row, Munro Court
Cambridge
CB5 8HY

Mon
09:00 - 17:00
Tue
09:00 - 17:00
Wed
09:00 - 17:00
Thu
Closed
Fri
09:00 - 15:00
Sat
Closed
Sun
Closed
Bank holidays
*HOURS MAY DIFFER

 

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

FAQs:

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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