The UK’s Biggest Orthotic Clinic Network
Improving people’s lives since 1993
Technology in Motion is a widely respected orthotic clinic with practices throughout the UK, providing the very best in orthotic consultancy and corrective technology. Our registered professionals offer biomechanical assessment and specialist orthoses with a view to improving your mobility, your confidence and your way of life.
Using high-calibre orthotics for children and adults, including cranial remoulding helmets, knee bracing, orthopaedic footwear and more, our orthotic clinics address a range of paediatric, musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions, including:
Flat head syndrome (plagiocephaly and brachycephaly)
Sports injuries (ligament tears, facial fractures etc.)
Degenerative disease (osteoarthritis)
Orthopaedic conditions (foot drop, flat feet, achilles tendonitis, etc.)
As our name suggests, we always strive to keep on top of the latest advancements in orthotic technology. Our clinics offer a range of custom and off-the-shelf treatments from the most reputable manufacturers, enabling you to find the very best solutions to suit your lifestyle and budget.
Call 0330 100 1800 to book an appointment at your nearest orthotic clinic or browse our website for more information on the products, services and treatments that we offer.
We have clinics all around the UK
Experience and specialism
Established in 1993, the TiM Orthotic Clinics have a well-earned reputation of excellence. Our Plagiocephaly team is led by Steve Mottram, the UK’s leading clinician in the field of flat head syndrome correction. Likewise we are experts in fixing knee problems such as injury and arthritis, enabling our clients to return to their chosen sport and daily lives with confidence.
- Completing Plagiocephaly Treatment – What Happens Next? Wednesday 27th July 2016
- Spotting the Symptoms of Flat Head Syndrome Wednesday 20th July 2016
- Plagiocephaly in Summer: Keeping Your Baby Cool Monday 11th July 2016
- How old is too old for Flat Head Syndrome Treatment? Monday 4th July 2016
- What is Brachycephaly and how is it Treated? Monday 27th June 2016
- Why Can’t You Get a Plagiocephaly Helmet on the NHS? Monday 20th June 2016
- How to Recognise Plagiocephaly and What You Can Do About It Monday 13th June 2016
- Can Plagiocephaly Helmets Cause Brain Damage? Sunday 5th June 2016
- Is the Cause of Craniosynostosis Being Unlocked and can it be Useful? Tuesday 17th May 2016
- Does My Baby Have Severe Flat Head Syndrome? Tuesday 10th May 2016