O-AFOs

Description:

L1902 is commonly used for OTS Gauntlets
L2270-Varus/Valgus corrective T-strap, padded/lined x1ea
L2999-Not otherwise specified

MOD: KXGY
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Description:

L1904-Ankle orthosis, ankle gauntlet or similiar, with or without joints, custom fabricated

The following add-on codes may be used for this base code (only code for what you use):
L2270-Varus/Valgus corrective T-strap, padded/lined x 1ea
L2999-Not otherwise specified

ICD10 Code:: S93-Spain of ankle, M25.579-Pain in unspecified ankle and joints of unspecified foot, G57.50-Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, M77.9-Enthesopathy of ankle and Tarsus
MOD: KXGY
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Description:

L1906-Ankle foot orthosis, multiligamentus ankle support, prefabricated, off-the-shelf

The following add-on codes may be used for this base code (only code for what you use):

L2270-Varus/Valgus corrective T-strap, padded/lined x 1ea

L2999-Not otherwise specified

ICD10 Code:: M25.579-Pain in unspecified ankle and joints of unspecified foot, G57.50-Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, M77.9-Enthesopathy of ankle and Tarsus
MOD: KXGY
Disclaimer: Responsibility for accurate coding lies solely with the clinician treating the patient. OandP Academy assumes no responsibility or liability for the provider’s coding decisions. OandP Academy coding suggestions rest on its best judgment and are subject to revision based on additional information or changes in the alpha-numeric system. Ultimately it is your responsibility to code appropriately. Code using this tool at your own risk. OandP Academy suggest that there is documentation of what is being provided to the patient and that services furnished are clinically justified.
Description:

L1910-Ankle foot orthosis, posterior, single bar, clasp attachment to shoe counter, prefabricated, includes fitting and adjustment
The following add-on codes may be used for this base code (only code for what you use):
L2270-Varus/Valgus corrective T-strap, padded/lined x 1ea
L2999-Not otherwise specified

ICD10 Code:: R26-Gait abnormality
MOD: KXGY
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Description:

L1920-Ankle foot orthosis, single upright with static or adjustable stop (phelps or perlstein type), custom fabricated, conventional

The following add-on codes may be used for this base code (only code for what you use):

L2360-Extended Steel Shank x 1ea

L2370-Patten Bottom x 1ea

L2750- Plating Material x 1ea

L2755-Carbon graphite construction x 1ea

L2760-Growth Extension x 1ea

L2768-Side Bar, Disconnect x1 per bar

L2780-Non-Corrosive Finish x 1 per bar

L2999-Not otherwise specified

 

ICD10 Code:: Gait Abnormality-R26.89/ Foot Drop-M21.379
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