Steve is the UK’s leading clinician in the field of flat head syndrome correction. He qualified as an Orthotist in 1981 and has worked clinically since then. In 2003, he personally introduced cranial remoulding to the UK and in 2009 developed our TiMband system, which uses a portable camera and lightweight cranial remoulding orthosis. Since introducing cranial remoulding treatment to the UK, he and his team have seen over 7,000 infants, to assess, advise parents and where necessary treat.
Steve presents nationally and internationally on cranial remoulding treatment and continues to be involved in research and development. He is registered and regulated by the UK Health Care Professions Council and has twice been the Chair of his professional association, the British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO) and continues to be involved with the association. He is married and has three grown up children.
“We are truly grateful for everything that you’ve done for Noah. We are so happy with the shape of his head – he has come a long way with his helmets and I know that this would not have been possible without the TiMband. Your work is amazing and you really put our minds at ease. Prior to your help we were stressed and upset about the severity of Noah’s head. It was like a weight had been lifted from our shoulders after our first visit. Thank you for making our son’s head round!!!! WOW!!! Eternally Grateful! Thanks Again!!”
From Claire, Tom and Noah Bardon
Sandie graduated from Strathclyde University in Prosthetics and Orthotics in 1986. She is registered with the UK Health Professions Council (HPC) and is a member of the British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO). As a Senior Paediatric Specialist Orthotist, she became aware of the issues surrounding head shape deformity and began to work with Steve Mottram, helping infants with cranial deformities.
Sandie has been working in Technology in Motion since 2004 and received formal training on cranial remoulding in the USA. She has a full appreciation of the complexities of treating these very young babies and has successfully established herself as a key authority within her field of work.
Originally from Glasgow, she moved to Yorkshire in 1988 and has worked in continuous orthotic practice ever since. She is married with three children.
“A fab team to work with. Sandie is just AMAZING!! A Big thank you for helping our twin boys. That’s them signed off of treatment today and couldn’t be happier with the results 🙂 it was the best decision we ever made going for their treatment! We are all going to miss you Sandie – you are one in a million!! Xxx
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Having qualified from Strathclyde University in October 1990 with a BSc Honours in Prosthetics and Orthotics Jane has developed a great depth of knowledge, skills and experience within the Profession. She is HCPC registered and a member of BAPO.
Initially working as a Prosthetist she worked within specialist teams in the South East of England. Jane then moved to Uganda to work for the British Red Cross in the Orthopaedic workshop / training school in the capital city Mulago. Over the two years in Uganda as head of the Orthopaedic Technology Training School she increased her experience in both the orthotic and prosthetic disciplines.
On returning to Britain she focussed on Orthotics, working within a busy NHS department, seeing a wide range of patients. She developed a particular interest in paediatrics, rheumatology and diabetics.
After a career break to have children Jane then returned to work after spending time updating her clinical knowledge.
Jane continues to provide orthotic treatment in Surrey including treating infants who have plagiocephaly as an associate with Technology in Motion.
Jane strongly believes in patient protection and that the registering body, the Health Professions Council has a strong role to play in ensuring safety for the patient. As such, Jane works as an HCPC partner with regard to registration of Prosthetists and Orthotists.
When not working, Jane is a busy mum who relaxes by running, cycling and walking the dog.
Martin qualified as an Orthotist in 1996 and works within both the NHS and private sectors. Having worked within the NHS Orthotic service, he had responsibility for developing and extending the existing Diabetic and Orthopaedic services. Martin began working privately in 2006 from his clinic in Clifton Bristol. He works closely with the local NHS and private orthopaedic, rheumatology consultants and physiotherapists, treating complex hip, knee and foot dysfunction.
As part of his work, Martin’s role with Technology in Motion is offering care for babies who have plagiocephaly and knee bracing for people who have osteoarthritis and ACL injuries.
He is a member of the British Association of Prosthetist and Orthotist and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
He continues to work for the NHS as an extended scope practitioner within the primary care musculo-skeletal assessment team as a specialist in lower limb Bio-mechanics and gait analysis where he treats individuals complaining of recent acute injury or chronic dysfunction.
His private practice, Footworks Orthotics, offers holistic bio-mechanical assessment using sophisticated video gait analysis. Martin is also the creator of, Perfectly Poised, an educational initiative which has achieved widespread international interest and is designed to improve the posture and gait of his female clients.
He is married with 2 daughters who fortunately share his love of camping and all things outdoors.
Lisa graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2004 with a BSc (Hons) in Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Her first post graduate role was with the Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust where she acquired strong and comprehensive work experience within all types of Orthotic clinics.
Still at Doncaster and Bassetlaw hospital, Lisa was later promoted to a Senior Orthotist post in the Trust taking the lead in the majority of paediatric clinic.
In 2010, Lisa took the position of Senior Orthotist at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic NHS Trust in Oswestry working within the clinics of the diabetic foot team.
In 2013 Lisa moved to Northern Ireland with her husband and currently works as an Orthotist part time within an NHS setting in various locations. Her work is mainly with children in paediatric clinics and includes the use of Lycra orthoses for children who have neuromuscular conditions, she also see patients who require the orthotic aspects of diabetic foot care.
Lisa has always recognised the value of giving to her profession and for five years was an active member of the British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO) Conference Committee where she was for two years Vice Chair of the Committee.
Lisa is a mum to two young girls who like to keep her busy, she is a member of a running club and likes to get out running when she can.
Denise qualified from the University of Strathclyde in 2001 with BSc Honours in Prosthetics and Orthotics. She started her career working for the NHS in Doncaster where she progressed to Senior level before moving to Devon. She continued to work for the NHS in Devon for a further ten years and developed to become Principal Orthotist within the department. A large part of her Clinical case load was Paediatric work in multidisciplinary clinics both within the Trust and in specialist schools. She has always enjoyed her work with children and finds the interaction rewarding.
Denise is a member of the British Association of Prosthetist and Orthotists (BAPO) and is registered and regulated by HCPC. She has been involved with the annual BAPO conference and Chaired two Conferences. She loves being an Orthotist, working with her clients and their families and she is hugely enjoys her role with Technology in Motion.
She met her Husband, a colleague whilst working in Devon and had been married for 4 years. They now have an energetic toddler who keeps them on their toes. They love spending time together and visiting family.
Jamie is an Associate Clinical Specialist with Technology in Motion Ltd treating infants with head shape deformities such as plagiocephaly in our London clinic.
Jamie graduated in 2012 from the University of Strathclyde with a Masters Degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics. Since then, he has worked to develop his clinical skills and he is now Senior Orthotist working with the NHS at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. His duties include treating paediatric and adult patients who have complex spinal and neurological conditions such as scoliosis, multiple myeloma (a type of bone tumour) and trauma. He also sees patients who require complex lower limb bracing for foot and ankle deformities due to various conditions.
As Optimal Orthotics Ltd, Jamie sees private patients in the London area who require complex orthotic interventions.
In his free time Jamie enjoys keeping fit, travelling and watching rugby.
Emma graduated from the University of Salford in 2014 with a BSc (Hons) in Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Her first role in orthotics was at the Manchester Royal Hospital and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, a combined hospital site offering experience both with adult and child orthotic services and treatment. Following this, Emma secured employment at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust Hospital. Here, she widened her experience and enhanced her skill set in all aspects of adult orthotic care including the management of Diabetes, Stroke Rehabilitation, Rheumatology, Paediatrics, Spinal Cord Injury and complex Musculo-Skeletal (MSK) conditions.
She thoroughly enjoys working with the orthotic aspects of patient care and her passion lies with helping others to achieve their best, often under difficult circumstances. Emma currently works part time in the Wirral, providing orthotic services to community satellite clinics where she assesses and prescribes orthotic interventions for a wide range of conditions to improve people’s mobility.
Emma has been working with Technology in Motion as a Clinical Specialist Associate since 2017 and is a full and valued member of the team, assessing, prescribing and managing treatment for infants with a head shape deformity and offering cranial remoulding. She finds this work satisfying and rewarding, helping infants to achieve a permanent and lifelong improvement from her treatment, equipping them to gain the best as the grow through childhood.
Emma is a member of the British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO) and is registered and regulated by HCPC. She is committed to ongoing learning and enhancing her knowledge and maintains her education to ensure that she is up to date with latest techniques.
Emma is a mum of twin girls who keep her very busy. She enjoys going to music festivals and socialising with friends and family.
Having graduated from the University of Salford in 1999, Eleanor worked at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Orthotic Department. She enjoyed working at Nottingham and over fifteen years, developed her practice becoming a Senior Orthotist within the department.
During this time, her role developed and her responsibilities included running the Paediatric Orthotic Clinic, adult Rheumatology, Trauma and Diabetic orthotic clinics clinic and managing inpatient orthotic provision. Nottingham University Hospital is one of Salford University’s undergraduate training centres and Eleanor was an accredited training officer for this undergraduate training.
In 2015 she moved from the NHS to set up her own private clinic, Total Orthotics. This enabled her to develop her provision of care in her main area of interests, paediatrics, neurology and musculoskeletal orthotic care. In this role Eleanor provides her services throughout the East Midlands area, working with her own patients and team alongside other Allied Health Professionals. Her focus on Paediatrics sits in harmony with the work that she does with Technology in Motion as a Clinical Specialist in Cranial Remoulding.
Knowing that change and development is continual, Eleanor maintains her Professional Development through team training both within the clinics that she supports and with remotely delivered courses.
When not working, Eleanor spends time with her husband and two boys and enjoys the challenges of triathlon, open water swimming and hill walking.