Mac orthotics offer both stock and custom insoles based on your assessment and budget

Custom Insoles

Custom insoles are ideal for feet requiring longer/ long term orthotic management and those with more complex biomechanics requiring adaptations.

They are mainly made from a foam impression from your foot or from a cast if more control and postitional correction is required.  Both shape captures allows for maximum correction and control. 

Benefits of custom insoles include -

  • made from an exact impression of your foot with optimal correction 

  • forefoot adaptations can be added to optimise biomechanics

  • they can be refurbished and re adjusted which is ideal if things change at any point 

  • last a long time if cared for correctly

Types of custom insoles Mac Orthotics design


  • ideal for the active person and in neurological conditions where increased control and hardness is required for sensory feedback

  • very lightweight 

  • durable

  • come in three different strengths - flex, semi-rigid and rigid

  • can be fulll length or 3/4 length

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  • ideal for use in the Diabetic foot and Rheumatoid Arthritis and any foot condition that requires additional cushioning

  • variety of different materials to match your needs

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Stock Insoles 

Stock insoles are great for a acute injuries requiring short term orthotic care or for growing children who tend to outgrow their insoles quickly. Having stock insoles fitted by your Orthotist guarantees correct fit and function.

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Benefits of stock insoles include -

  • can be fitted quickly in the event of injury or urgency

  • customisations can be added to enhance biomechanics

  • affordable 

Types of stock insoles Mac Orthotics fit:


  • polypropylene shell which comes in different strengths depending on your presentation 

  • lowline design

  • durable

  • comes with full length and 3/4 length top cover 

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  • 1.5mm thermoplastic shell  

  • lowline design

  • mouldable if adjustments required

  • adaptations can be added to optimise biomechanics