Orthotic Treatment Prices

Fitting & Treatment

All orthoses carry a fitting fee as listed. Please add consultation, orthosis and fitting fees when calculating costs. The following prices apply to consultations and fittings at Kingston and the regional clinics. 

The price guide below only lists the most common types of orthoses we supply, we are able to supply and quote on almost any design of orthosis that may be appropriate for a client.

Go to our contact us page or just call 020 8974 9989.




Lower Limb Orthotics

Consultation* from £160
Custom made thermoplastic AFO from £480
Custom made thermoplastic SMO from £506
Custom made thermoplastic KAFO £POA
Spinal orthosis from £1,800
Myeloma bracing £POA
Dynamic lycra garments £POA
FES – MyGait £POA
Custom made carbon fibre AFO £POA
Stance control carbon fibre orthosis £POA
Dynamic contracture correction orthoses from £1,300
Orthopaedic footwear £POA
Footwear adaptations £POA
Upper limb orthosis £POA
Walkabout orthosis £POA
Orthosis fitting fee £POA
* The price of the consultation is dependent on the complexity of the symptoms of the patient.
If there is a specific orthotics product or device that you are interested in which is not listed, please contact our clinical team for more information. Please note due to LOC’s in house manufacturing we are able to make many bespoke orthotics.

Clinic Fees

Initial consultation from £160
Casting from £80
Fitting/review appointments from £80
Fine tuning up to 6 weeks post fitting FREE
Course of serial casting from £660


We have the following facilities and amenities at our Kingston Upon Thames location:

  • Free parking
  • Wheelchair ramp
  • Disabled toilet
  • Baby changing facilities

We also have the Gait Laboratory for orthotics patients and Onsite Manufacturing for speedy turnarounds and adjustments whilst you wait.

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.

An insole is a contoured orthotic device which alters the characteristics and biomechanics of the foot and ankle area. Biomechanics are concerned with mechanical laws and how they affect the living body, especially the musculoskeletal system.

They are removable devices, often made from plastic, that are designed to fit inside a shoe to provide additional support for your feet. As well as offering shock absorption, an insole can help distribute the weight of your body more effectively across the foot and can be made bespoke to cover a range of biomechanical conditions.

If you have symptoms in your feet, ankles, hips or your lower back that are intermittent or were not there to start with in early life, and have started to cause you pain over a period of time, bespoke orthotic insoles could be an excellent option.

If you have already tried rest, icing, compression and elevation and your feet have not recovered, we recommend a biomechanical assessment to consider the possibility of insoles. They are a non-invasive approach to treatment and in many cases, are a great option for symptoms that are not severe enough to warrant surgical intervention. Alternatively, they can be considered as an option prior to surgery.

We will send patients away when an insole is not appropriate, if a patient is suffering with iliotibial band syndrome for example, the problem can be helped with physiotherapy and a stretching programme. That’s what our biomechanical assessment is all about; determining whether there would be any benefit from altering the alignment of your feet.