Specialists in Orthopaedic & Comfort Footwear
Perth’s Orthopaedic Footwear Specialist
Perth Surgical Shoemakers & Wembley Shoes have been making and supplying quality comfort and orthopaedic shoes since 1984.
Wembley Shoes is our retail outlet and specialises in ready-made fashion, comfort, and orthotic friendly footwear. Perth Surgical Shoemakers provides Pedorthic assessment services, a full customised shoemaking service as well as Shoe Modifications, Custom moulded Orthotic Insoles, Ankle Foot Orthotics (AFO’s)/Callipers, and Shoe Repairs.
Both businesses complement each other and clients are often referred from one to the other depending on the services required.
At Perth Surgical Shoemakers, we have Pedorthists and fully qualified and highly skilled orthopaedic shoemakers, who work closely with each client to ensure all custom made surgical grade footwear (shoes and Boots), modifications, orthotics, and repairs are carried out to the very highest standards.
As a member of the Pedorthic Association of Australia (Click here), our customers can rest assured that all footwear is manufactured from quality materials to incorporate comfort, fit, style, function, and longevity. Our staff members also participate in regular education programmes to keep abreast of the latest styles and manufacturing techniques.
Comfort & Fit Footwear
As a stockist for Comfort & Fit Orthopaedic and Comfort Footwear, we are able to offer the largest selection of medical grade footwear in Perth.
Our brands include: Drew, P.W. Minor, Finn Comfort, Ziera (Kumfs), Rockport, Brooks, Semler, Xsensible, Theresia M, Confortina, DB, Pulman, Wide Load, Piedro, Markell, and many more. Find out more
Pedorthic Assessment Services
We can help you deal with pain, discomfort and disabilities of the lower limbs with a complete Pedorthic Assessment. The assessment is carried out by our certified Pedorthists or one of our highly qualified orthopaedic/surgical shoemakers. They assess lower limb bony alignment, movement pattern, general function of the foot, as well as the interaction of your foot with the rest of your body. A typical assessment will include taking a history of previous painful episodes, a physical examination of the foot bones palpation, testing the range of motion within the foot, gait analysis and a footwear consultation.