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Prosthetic Hand, Partial Hand & Fingers in Las Cruces, New Mexico

At PrimeCare Orthotics and Prosthetics, we aim to improve the lives of finger and partial-hand amputees by supplying them with custom prostheses. Our partial hands and prosthetic finger replacements help people return to their daily lives, including the work and activities they enjoy.

Partial Hand & Finger Prosthetics for Hand Amputees in New Mexico

Full or partial hand amputations are common and typically due to industrial accidents or activities involving hazardous machinery. PrimeCare offers a wide range of custom prosthetic solutions and will work closely with your medical and rehabilitation team to ensure you receive the best personalized care possible.

We'll prescribe a custom partial hand prosthesis made from lightweight and durable prosthetic hand materials, such as carbon fiber, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and silicone, to provide comfort and support.

We understand the difficulties you may experience and are here to help you throughout your rehabilitation.

above-elbow prosthetic arm
above-elbow prosthetic arm

Functional, High-Quality Designed Prosthetic Hand Options

Historically, the simple designs of prosthetic hand parts used a person's remaining thumb or fingers for grasping against a fixed prosthetic platform. However, technological advancements have led to the development of smaller, nimbler, and more reliable components improving body and electric-powered prosthetic digits.

And at PrimeCare, we have a variety of advanced prosthetic hands to suit a range of amputee needs.

Passive Hand Prosthetics

Examples of passive prostheses include cosmetic replica fingers, multi-positional prosthetic finger joints, and ratcheting titanium fingers (which have flexion at both joints). Medium-duty and heavy-duty prosthetic thumbs are locked into position for a secure grip for thumb amputees. We can customize a passive artificial hand prosthesis to match a person's natural skin tone.

Body-Powered Hand Prosthesis

Partial hand amputees have three types of body-powered prostheses to choose from; joint-driven, cable-controlled, and wrist-driven. These prostheses are highly durable and typically designed with a high-tech look. Users can control the force of the prosthesis using their wrist or the remaining part of their hand, making the movement and control feel natural.

Myoelectric Hand Amputation Prosthesis

Small motors provide energy to the electric fingers in each digit, which are regulated by sensing electrodes or resistors that can detect muscle movements in the remaining parts of the hand or wrist. Users can also customize the gripping power of the electrically-powered fingers. Cosmetic gloves are available in various flesh tones and can be crafted to resemble the amputee’s natural hand.

Activity-Specific Hand Prosthesis

Activity-specific prostheses are specially designed for work, sports, and hobbies that a regular prosthesis cannot handle. Our prosthetists and technicians are renowned for creating unique devices that help amputees meet their specific functional objectives, from sports activities to work and recreational hobbies.

Hybrid Hand Prosthesis

Hybrid Hand Prosthesis

Hybrid prostheses offer the potential to provide extraordinary functional ability. By combining elements of multiple prosthetic options, a hybrid prosthesis is tailored to meet the individual rehabilitation goals of each patient, ensuring they have the resources they need to regain their function.

Schedule an Appointment for Partial Hand Prosthetics in Las Cruces

Take charge of your life and contact us to book a complimentary consultation with one of the leading prosthetic hand companies.

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Our Partial Hand Prosthesis Process

Our prosthetists are highly skilled, combining their expertise with the best manufacturing practices to design hand prostheses for amputees that genuinely transform their lives.
assembling a prosthetic leg by a technician.
  • Stage 1: Initial Consultation

    You'll meet your prosthetist at your initial consultation. They'll review your medical history and talk about your goals. During this stage, they will also take measurements to fabricate your device and submit it to your insurance provider for approval.

  • Stage 2: Insurance Approval & Prosthetic Selection

    Once we receive your insurance approval, we will send your specifications to a top-of-the-line prosthetics provider. We will select each component with the utmost care to maximize comfort and accommodate your physical and lifestyle requirements.

  • Stage 3: Socket Fabrication & Fitting

    At your fitting appointment, your prosthetist will assemble your Össur direct socket system if needed. It takes 2 hours to build, so you will receive the socket and prosthetic on the same day.

  • Stage 4: Size & Fit Adjustment

    Comfort is a vital component of the fitting process. For instance, an amputated finger prosthetic that is too tight or loose can cause discomfort or even injury. We’ll adjust your prosthetic to fit your body, allowing for better mobility and grip strength.

  • Stage 5: Progress Tracking and Follow Up

    After initial prosthetic training and occupational therapy, we’ll arrange a follow-up consultation to help with your long-term rehabilitation. This not only helps you adjust to your prosthetic, regain mobility and comfort, but also become accustomed to any muscle or limb volume changes from wearing it.

  • Stage 6: Establishing Your Routine

    Gaining momentum and adapting to life as an amputee is part of the recovery process. In the following weeks, your residual limb will heal internally. During these initial months as an amputee, you'll discover what kind of lifestyle works best for you.

Hand Prosthetics Technology Options We Work With

We work with some of the best prosthetic hand manufacturers to provide patients with the best possible hand prosthetic technology options, which include:

  • i-Limb

  • i-Digits

  • Livingskin

  • MyoSkin

  • MyoHand

  • Bebionic hand

  • and more!

upper extremity prosthetic components

Our Vendors

  • OSSUR vendor
  • Fillauer vendor
  • ottobock vendor.
  • COAPT vendor
  • UNYQ vendor
  • APS prostheses and orthoses vendor

Contact Us for Finger Replacement Prosthetics in New Mexico

Let us connect you with a certified prosthetist so you can get the help you need.

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Why Choose PrimeCare for Prosthetic Hand Options in Las Cruces?

Hi-Tech Prosthetics Solutions

Quality Prosthetics

We strive to provide the utmost care and work with the highest quality manufacturers to ensure our patients are mobile as quickly as possible while being sensitive to their needs.
Dedicated Limb-Loss Counseling

Experienced Professionals

The expertise of our personnel, accumulated over many years, allows us to provide our patients with the quality care they deserve.
Patient-Centered Care

Personalized Support

We recognize that every patient and limb is unique, so we don't use a generalized approach to patient care.

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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What Our Patients Are Saying

Schedule a Consultation About Prosthetic Hands Near You Today

At Prime Care, we collaborate with you and your caregivers, organize peer assistance, and establish a rehabilitation team to ensure continual progress.

A grandfather with a prosthesis walks with his grandchildren.

Contact Local Prosthetics and Orthotics Provider in New Mexico

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

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  • What is the cost of a prosthetic finger?

    The average cost of a prosthetic finger can range from $2,000 to $20,000, depending on the type of finger - partial or full, cosmetic or electronically powered.

  • How much does a prosthetic hand cost?

    The average cost of a prosthetic hand can vary widely depending on the type and complexity of the device. Generally, a basic upper-limb prosthetic can range from around $5,000 to $50,000. More advanced devices, such as those with myoelectric controls and powered joints, can cost up to $100,000 or more.

  • How long following surgery or amputation must patients wait before receiving a custom finger prosthesis?

    This depends on the individual patient and the type of surgery or amputation. Generally, patients are advised to wait until their wound is healed and the residual limb has stabilized before a custom finger prosthesis can be fitted.

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