We strive to make a positive, lasting change for people, our industry and the environment.

Beginning as a small company from the comfort of our family home, our success has since allowed us to grow and expand our services across Ireland.

In 2020, we moved into our new facility in Ballinrobe, County Mayo consolidating our clinical, administration and manufacturing teams.

With a leading product porfolio and an experienced team committed to research and development, we aim to create a centre for Orthotic and Prosthetic excellence on the west of Ireland.

While we pride ourselves on our clinical expertise, it’s our community that truly sets us apart. Our commitment to empower, encourage, and connect with one another makes us who we are — a family.


Delivering

Innovation

• Investing into research and development
• Pioneering unique product solutions
• Pioneering unique service solutions
• Referring to other AHPs where appropriate

Striving for

Excellence

• Focused on training and education
• Monitoring performance
• Working in partnership
• Committed to service development

Focused on

Care

• Focusing on patients’ needs
• Focusing on employees’ careers
• Finding appropriate solutions
• Recommending no intervention where appropriate

And thinking of the

Environment

• Using appropriate waste management and recycling practices
• Highly rated energy efficient machinery and tooling

Meet the team

Our Orthotists have a BSc (Hons) Prosthetics and Orthotics dual qualification or equivalent. They are registered and are members of Ireland's Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (IAPO).

Jordan Allerton

Orthotist & Prosthetist

Jordan joined Allmed Healthcare in 2019. He has a Masters in Clinical Prosthetics and Orthotics. Jordan has worked across multiple healthcare systems abroad, developing a broad and in-depth knowledge of Orthotic and Prosthetic clinical and manufacturing practices.

Craig Livingstone

Orthotist & Prosthetist

Craig qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Prosthetics and Orthotics from the University of Strathclyde in 2014. Since then, he has worked extensively across Ireland managing complex clinics including inpatients and outpatients.

Stephen Allerton

Director and Orthotist

Stephen qualified as an Orthotist in 1988. He was senior Orthotist at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham before becoming an area manager for Orthotics in the west of Ireland in 2003. He was involved in all aspects of Orthotic Management for adults and children.