What CPT code replaced 28293?

What CPT code replaced 28293?

The CPT codes 28290, 28293 and 28294 have been deleted. These no longer exist. Never use them again. Code CPT 28296 was modified to: Bunionectomy with distal metatarsal osteotomy.

Are toe implants a thing?

Many patients with toe pain or Hallux Rigidus are looking for alternative treatment options to a Toe Fusion Procedure, also known as an Unfusion. The Toe HemiCAPĀ® implant system is a toe replacement designed to preserve motion and allow patients to resume desired activity levels.

What is ICD 10 code for hallux valgus?

M20.10
2021 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code M20. 10: Hallux valgus (acquired), unspecified foot.

When does a tailor’s bunion need surgery?

You may need Tailor’s bunion surgery if you have a lump that appears at the base of the little toe, on the fifth metatarsal bone, known as a Tailor’s bunion, or bunionette. It’s similar to a bunion on the big toe but occurs less frequently.

Is there a CPT code for toe arthrodesis?

First, there is no CPT code for an arthrodesis of a toe interphalangeal joint using an implant. That leaves us with either using an unlisted foot/toe procedure code, CPT 28899, or looking for an existing code that defines the procedure, if not the specific technique. CPT 28285 is defined as “correction,

What is the unlisted Procedure Code for implant arthroplasty?

phrase, and that unlisted procedure code, CPT 28899, should be used for implant arthroplasty of the 1st MPJ for other diagnoses such as

What is the unlisted foot / toe Procedure Code?

That leaves us with either using an unlisted foot/toe procedure code, CPT 28899, or looking for an existing code that defines the procedure, if not the specific technique. CPT 28285 is defined as “correction, hammertoe (e.g., interphalangeal fusion, partial or total phalangectomy)”. CPT 28285 is also the

Can you have Arthrosurface surgery on Your Toes?

Julie had arthrosurface surgery at UFAI, hear what she has to say. Arthrosurface implant surgery is a virtually painless technique that will have you back in a regular shoe in 10 days. It used to be that great toe joint pain and hallux rigidus were difficult to treat and had limited options.

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