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Pediatric Orthotics

PrimeCare’s in Las cruses & Albuquerque pediatric orthotics give children the support they need to enjoy healthy, active lives.

Orthotics Solution for Children

We know that caring for children is vastly different than treating adults, which is why our multidisciplinary approach to pediatric orthotic services addresses each child’s unique needs.
Our extensive range of custom orthotics for kids provides non-invasive solutions for increased stability, independence, and voluntary control over movement.

When you come to PrimeCare, you can rest assured your little one will receive individualized attention and high-quality care from infancy through adulthood. Our pediatric orthotists are committed to advanced training and ongoing education to be at the top of their field. This means your child has access to the latest technologies and clinical expertise, and you can have peace of mind that your family is working with a team who truly cares about providing your child with the best possible outcome.

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Sure Step AFO
Orthotics Solution for Children
Cascade DAFO

Our Kids Orthotics Services

ankle foot orthosis.

Our lightweight, low profile, and durable ankle-foot orthoses support weak muscles and maintain joint alignment, improving walking patterns and gait speed over time.

knee, ankle and foor ortrotics.

PrimeCare’s latest innovations in knee-ankle-foot orthoses increase bone and muscle strength, improve body alignments and enhance independence in patients with weakened muscles, paralysis, or skeletal challenges.

Corset for treatment of scoliosis.

These custom fabricated braces offer non-surgical interventions, stabilizing the spine and positively influencing posture to prevent the progression of scoliotic curves in young patients.

Post-Surgery Ankle and Foot Braces.

We boast an innovative range of articulated, rigid, and dynamic braces that provide the support and comfort children need to achieve their rehabilitation goals.

orthopedic insole.

Our custom-made orthopedic inserts and shoes offer high-quality, soothing foot support that reduces probation and increases stabilization for improved mobility.

hip abduction brace.

Establish the best possible conditions to ensure your child’s hips develop normally with our leading-edge hip braces designed to align the socket and ligament for healthy growth.

Hand Splint.

These functional splints offer a secure fit for wrists and hands, allowing fingers to move freely to perform everyday activities with added comfort and support.

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If you have questions or are ready to talk about orthotics options, feel free to schedule a consultation.

A grandfather with a prosthesis walks with his grandchildren.

What to Expect on the Pediatric Orthotics Journey

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Each child’s journey is unique, but there are some baseline recommendations and expectations:
  • At PrimeCare, we strive to make every child’s life as easy and enjoyable as possible with advanced orthotic solutions. Our committed team provides custom pediatric orthoses, including orthotics for flat feet children, designed with the latest technology and clinical expertise for the best possible outcome. 
  • Just as children grow, so does our specialist expertise and ongoing education, ensuring your child receives the very best technologically innovative treatments. Whether it is orthopedic inserts or ankle-foot orthotics, children of all ages trust PrimeCare’s proven medical devices and expertise.
  • Pediatric orthoses typically last between one and three years, depending on your child’s growth pattern and activity level.  Our podiatrists carefully monitor each child’s rehabilitation progress and work together with their caregivers for optimal development.

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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Janet Rodriguez
walkable prosthetic
I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma on my right femur and knee cap at the age of 17. The tumor was not shrinking after 4 months of chemo and I made the decision to get it amputated.
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Our Kids Prosthetics Services Near You

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PrimeCare is located in Las Cruces but helps patients throughout New Mexico and other areas, including Ciudad Juárez and El Paso.

Call PrimeCare today to schedule an initial, no-obligation appointment to learn how our unique orthotic solutions can help your child!


  • How often do children need new prosthetics?

    If your child’s feet are causing pain or affecting their walking or other activities, they should see a podiatrist. Children with in-toeing or out-toeing feet, or with bow-legs or knock knees beyond the age of two, may require medical attention. Frequent tripping or falling is a common sign they may need orthotics.

  • Are orthotic protocols the same for children and adults?

    While the goals and processes for kids and adults are similar, there are added considerations for children because they’re still growing. From a biomechanical and design perspective, it is similar; however, each child has a unique motor, cognitive, adaptive function, and learning abilities that are accounted for.

  • At what age should kids get orthotics?

    While in some rare cases, a child may be eligible to wear orthotics at one years-old or younger, most start once they turn two, and this is only if they really need to. Health professionals recommend custom-made orthotics at the age of five or six years old, once a child’s foot bones have positioned themselves. However, each child has unique needs. If you have doubts, it's best to seek a professional opinion.