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ABOUT US

Welcome to NextStep Insoles. Our family owned and operated business, boasts over 70 combined years of experience and knowledge of helping a wide range of different people. Our practitioners have the kills and dedication to provide you with the best possible service.

Next Step Insoles are very proud to be part of the Phit worldwide network. We are one of only a small number of clinics in the UK offering these pioneering 3D printed insoles.

Our services are available to everyone. Located in Harlow, Essex our custom made insoles and orthotic fitting services are easily accessible to anyone living in Harlow, Sawbridgeworth, Bishop's Stortford, Epping, Stansted, North Weald and beyond.

Andrew Bruce
Clinic Manager
Neil Bruce 
Osteopath & Insole Specialist

Andrew has been working with us in Old Harlow as our practice manager since August 2013. He has experience of managing within the hospitality industry subsequent to gaining his BA honours degree in management from Brighton University. As well as working front of house on reception, he also works very hard helping to drive our operations from strength to strength.

Neil graduated from The British School of Osteopathy in 1985 and has practised in the Harlow area from that date.  He has worked with a variety of sports clubs in the area including rugby, football, tennis, cricket, hockey, golf and dance. Neil is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of The Institute of Osteopathy.

Alex Bruce
Podiatrist

Having already completed a Degree in Mens Fashion Design, Alex graduated as a Podiatrist in 2019. Alex had always taken a keen interest in the medical profession having first observed his Mother Andrea at a young age. During the course of his degree he gained a huge amount of knowledge working for various NHS trusts around East Hertfordshire and West Essex. 

Molly Chilvers
Podiatrist

Due to an overwhelming demand for Podiatary appointments, Molly (who graduated alongside Alex) joint the team as an additional Podiatrist in 2019. She was inspired to train as a podiatrist after receiving treatment for an ingrown nail that had troubled her for years.