Trulife provide orthotic products and services to NHS Trusts across the UK. Our highly skilled clinical and technical staff allows us to provide consistently high service levels for our customers and their patients. It is our belief that the patient is at the very centre of everything we do and our culture and practices reflect this core belief.
A clinician that practices within the field of Orthotics is called an Orthotist. Our Orthotists work in both adult and paediatric general clinics as well as in specialist clinics such as Diabetic and Neurology as well as in Multidisciplinary teams. Our clinical team have rich and varied experience across a number of different specialisms and these skills are passed down through collaborative learning and sharing processes.
Some of the conditions treated within an Orthotic Service include:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Flat feet
- Spinal cord injuries
- Ankle injuries
- Knee pain
- Hip pain
Numerous different types of orthoses are available to help in support, control, rehabilitation and to relieve pain and pressure. Examples include:
- Orthopaedic Footwear
- Knee braces
- Spinal supports
All of these are classed as orthotics and can be custom made to suit patients.