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Custom Orthotics Solution For Your Special Needs

We improve biomechanical function, encourage proper joint alignment, and protect existing limbs with custom orthotics. At our medical center, we pair patients with the best products to achieve maximum mobility. The state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment at our clinic, and our specialists' expertise, ensure our patients live full lives.

Our Orthotics Services

Our orthopedic and prosthetic center provides patients with appliances such as braces, guards, and splints to enable healthy mobility. PrimeCare’s custom orthotics support and help heal muscles, joints, or skeletal parts that are weak, ineffective, deformed, or injured. Our extensive range of prosthetics and orthotics optimize the body’s function and encourages confident movement.

Our customized orthosis stabilizes the back and spine and reduces spinal motion to ensure correct posture and healthy recuperation.
Improve control, position, and motion and compensate for weaknesses or correct deformities with ankle orthotics that provide proper toe clearance during the swing phase of gait.
Receive individualized support to correct foot abnormalities like pronation or supination, alleviate pain, and improve full body alignment.
Whether articulated, rigid, or dynamic, we have a variety of AFO orthotics that support the foot, ankle, and knee to correct or prevent the progression of deformities.
Our KAFO orthosis comes with superior mobility and comfort to support muscles, stabilize joints, and ensure safe ambulation.
Customized for the best possible fit, our HIP orthotics provide corrective, rehabilitative, and post-recovery support for hip and pelvic stability when sitting, standing, and laying down.
Absorb shock, increase balance, and alleviate pressure from uncomfortable spots with high-quality foot orthotics that correct posture and provide support.
Our custom braces are designed to transfer load while allowing for normal knee function, so patients improve their ability to walk around comfortably.

Special Needs

Whether it’s for a child or an athlete, our orthotics cater to patients with special needs, equipping them to live the life they want.

Ankle AFO.

Children Orthotics

Our children's orthotics help address a variety of conditions in muscles, bones, and joints that require special attention as they grow.

shoe insoles.

PrimeCare’s running orthotics are specially designed to raise the threshold of training, prevent common injuries, and encourage natural preferred motion paths.

How We Work

bionic knee brace.

Stages of Fitting Your Orthosis

Custom orthotic fabrication is never a standalone process. As part of our holistic approach, our professionals may recommend footwear changes, exercises, and medication in some instances.
  • Step 1: Initial Evaluation
    Once you’re referred by your physician, you’ll meet our orthotist, who will conduct a thorough evaluation. They’ll discuss your diagnosis and how using a support, brace, foot orthoses, or other devices will fit into your life.
  • Stage 2: Measurements
    Your measurements are taken, and in some cases, depending on the orthoses, a cast will be made from plaster or other malleable material. Our clinicians use advanced scanning systems to accurately capture your dimensions for fabrication.
  • Stage 3: Fabrication
    After insurance approval, your orthotist will send your measurements, casts, or scans to PrimeCare’s partner fabrication facilities, where they are converted into the final device.
  • Stage 4: Orthosis Delivery
    Your clinician will schedule an appointment to ensure the proper fit and function of your device. They will also provide you with a wearing schedule to help you get accustomed to your orthosis.

Orthotic Conditions in which We Specialize:

  • Neuromuscular Disorders (Muscular Dystrophy, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis)
  • Stroke Management (Drop Foot, Hemiparesis, Knee Hyperextension and Buckling)
  • Sports and Occupational Injuries
  • Orthopedic Conditions and Injuries (Osteoarthritis, Fracture and Dislocation Management)
  • Foot Pain and Injury
  • Wound Care
  • Post-Operative and Acute Care Support
  • Pediatric Developmental Insufficiencies (Pronation, Low Tone, Gross Motor Delay)
  • Spinal and Brain Injuries
  • Upper Extremity Devices (MyoPro)
  • Functional Electrical Stimulation (WalkAide)

Request an Evaluation

If you have questions or are ready to talk about orthotics options, feel free to schedule a consultation at our clinic in Las Cruces.

A grandfather with a prosthesis walks with his grandchildren.

Patient Success Stories

William E. Apodaca Fisk
lower Limb Prosthetics
Patient had to undergo a below the knee amputation of right leg to save his life. The use of his current prosthesis, which was fabricated using Ossur Prosthetics direct socket system, makes the patient feel, “like this prosthesis is part of my body and I have more control of my prosthesis.” Patient was able to get back to living a very active lifestyle thanks to the proper goal setting, latest technology and fitting techniques available from Primecare.
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Ralph Merrill
lower limb prosthetics
Patient suffered a tragic motorcycle accident when a vehicle ran a red light and hit him, resulting in an above-the-knee amputation. Patient was fitted with a prosthesis using the latest technology available with a microprocessor. Patient states, “my mobility really increased" [with the new prosetheses and vacuum with suction suspension]
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FAQ

  • How do you know if you need orthotics?

    If you’re experiencing foot swelling or pain during or after normal activities like standing, walking, or running, you should book an appointment with a podiatrist. They will do an assessment and recommend the best course of treatment.
  • Is an orthotic a medical device?

    Yes. Custom orthotics are medical devices prescribed by surgeons and medical professionals. They are not the same as mass-made shoe inserts or arch supports bought at drugstores.
  • Are orthotics covered by insurance?

    Most insurance companies cover the cost of most, if not all, orthotics when they are deemed medically necessary. It’s best to call your insurance provider to check what type of coverage you qualify for.

Our Orthotics Services Near You

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PrimeCare is located in Las Cruces but helps patients from Ciudad Juarez, El Paso, and surrounding areas.

Looking to improve your mobility with orthotics? Contact us today for an initial, no-obligation consultation.