Our Ledbrook Bespoke Orthopaedic Footwear Catalogue shows a range of our designs.
Custom Made Orthopaedic Footwear, including shoes, boots and sandals can be manufactured in any colour or material of your choice, with a wide range of styles available.The footwear will accommodate custom made foot orthotics and any defects the customer may have.
Browse through some of the styles we offer, including custom-made orthotic trainers, boots and leather shoes.Example styles
Browse through some of the styles we offer for women, including custom-made orthotic heels, boots and leather shoes.Example styles
Imagine the pleasure of being involved in the design of your own footwear and getting to choose between hundreds of different high quality leathers in a vast range of colours, patterns and textures. All of our orthopaedic footwear can be manufactured in a variety of widths, as well as extra depth to accomodate insoles or swelling of the feet. Many of the styles can be made to a diabetic specification to reduce medial and forefoot pressure.
Using the traditional methods of the bespoke shoemaker and only the best-quality materials, we hand-make stylish, fashionable and modern orthopaedic shoes and other footwear that represents the very highest standards of British shoe-making. We also offer surgical shoes and arthritis footwear plus specialist shoes for people with diabetes to minimise the risk of diabetic foot problems.
Orthopaedic footwear needn’t cramp your style
Many customers come to us in fear and trepidation as they imagine that curing their discomfort will also cramp their style. Time and time again we enjoy their pleasant surprise when they find out how wrong they are. We use traditional methods to produce modern, stylish and fashionable orthopaedic footwear to suit your needs, whether it be a smart pair of business shoes to wear for work, a pair of trainers to exercise in or sandals to wear during the summer.
There is a growing body of women experiencing increasing difficulty in finding stylish comfortable footwear due to common foot pathologies. Conditions such as osteo and Rheumatoid arthritis are characterised by the destruction of both the osseous and soft tissues of the foot with the metatarsophalangeal joint being most affected. Joint damage and articular changes to the joint structure are the two main causes of shoe induced foot pain, requiring wider fitting shoes to accommodate the broadening forefoot.
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The Ledbrook Clinic can offer bespoke orthopaedic safety footwear for industrial purposes, conforming to the relevant British standard EN 345-1:1993. The footwear can be designed and manufactured to the patient’s own medical requirements whilst incorporating the statutory Health and Safety requirements like steel toe-caps. We can offer many styles to meet your specifications.