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YDA MAC 3 Dot – Womens

Price £190.00 incl.VAT

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Part of the Optima Molliter Treatment Algorithm: The International Gold Standard treatment for the at risk foot.

Extra wide and extra deep velcro shoes with a semi-rigid sole to redistribute loads

The Mac3 Dot has the added advantage of having the deepest opening of the range to accommodate very swollen feet.

YDA MAC 3 shoes are exceptional Italian therapeutic footwear recommended for anyone that suffers from diabetes and a vast range of other foot and ankle ailments or require pre or post-surgery support. They are fast becoming the shoes recommended by many of the top orthopaedic surgeons and podiatrists.


Category: MAC 3, Optima Molliter, Orthotic Footwear, Womens Footwear, YDA
Tags: Adjustable, ayda-bottom, Bob & Dot, leather shoe, Removable Insoles, tax-exempt, Womens, YDA


Strong fibreglass support in the insole to give extra support and stability to the foot (rocker sole)
Springboard system ensures less friction when worn, yet still remaining ultra-light.
Strengthened support at the back of the shoe again for added support and stability for the ankle.
Seam free inner lining, the shoe is a ideal in prevention of ulceration for diabetics
Removable Insoles allow for bespoke orthotics to be added.

YDA shoes are recommended for the following conditions:

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcer prevention, and other common forefoot diseases.
  • Recommended for Diabetics type 1 and type 2 for people with foot at no risk, at risk (neuropathy and or vasculopathy) and at high risk (neuropathy and/or vasculopathy + minor deformity) (IWGDF 2015).
  • Those that suffer from Hallux valgus, Hallux Rigidus & Hallux Limitus,
  • Restricted range of movement of the forefoot.
  • Fractures of the metatarsal bones where support is needed
  • Habitual toe walkers
  • Patients who wear orthotics and require additional support
  • Painful feet and Plantar fasciitis, Ligament injuries of the forefoot,
  • Post-surgical operations, where extra support is needed,
  • Toe amputations.
  • Patient with Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Gout

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