We have a large range of colours and transfers available at LOC. Over the years, certain transfers have been more popular than others. Whilst it may show on this page, we may need to check stock to confirm your preference.
The nature of the manufacturing process also means that transfer colours may vary once they are heated and draped over an orthosis.
Just download the PDF and you can advise your orthotist which design you would like on your orthosis by giving them the reference number and/or name of the design.
We have the following facilities and amenities at our Kingston Upon Thames location:
We also have the Gait Laboratory for orthotics patients and Onsite Manufacturing for speedy turnarounds and adjustments whilst you wait.
We have the following facilities and amenities at our Cambridge location:
We have the following facilities and amenities at our Bristol location:
For more information, visit Litfield House Medical Centre.
We have the following facilities and amenities at our Romford location:
There is NO parking directly outside the clinic. These spaces are reserved for residents.
The nearest parking can be found at Billet Lane public pay & display opposite Queens Theatre, a 2-minute walk from the clinic.
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LOC’s clinic is based in the University of Salford’s Podiatry Department and provides treatments for orthotics, scoliosis, pectus deformities, positional plagiocephaly and club foot.
It is also the base for LOC’s northern OSKAR clinic which is run by Sam Walmsley, clinical director of LOC, in conjunction with Elaine Owen MBE MSc SRP MCSP.
Due to COVID-19, we have had to temporarily close the Salford clinic and are operating out of another clinic in Bolton.
508 Blackburn Rd,
For more information, please visit The Good Health Centre
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.