Is The Epley Maneuver The Same As Canalith Repositioning?
The Epley maneuver, named after Dr. John Epley, is both intended to move debris or “ear rocks” out of the sensitive part of the ear (posterior canal) to a less sensitive location. It is also sometimes called the “canalith repositioning maneuver” or CRP
The Epley maneuver, named after Dr. John Epley, is both intended to move debris or "ear rocks" out of the sensitive part of the ear (posterior canal) to a less sensitive location. It is also sometimes called the "canalith repositioning maneuver" or CRP
Outpatient physical therapists who have been providing canalith repositioning for their patients have been instructed by CMS to bill this procedure with CPT code 95992 effective immediately
Effective 1/1/2009 CPT code 95992- Canalith repositioning procedure(s) (eg, EpleyEpleyThe Epley maneuver or repositioning maneuver is a maneuver used by medical professionals to treat one common cause of vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) of the posterior or anterior canals of the ear.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Epley_maneuverEpley maneuver - Wikipedia maneuver, Semont maneuver), per day— is considered a “sometimes therapy” code. ... If providers do bill this procedure code on a claim the appropriate therapy modifier must be attached, however separate payment will not be made
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