Neurology billing is the branch of medicine dealing with study of disorders of the nervous system.
This deals with the diagnosis and treatment of all types of conditions and disease that involve the central and peripheral nervous systems. It includes the brain & spinal cord.
Some of the most common neurological disorders are
- Alzheimer’s and other dementias,
- Migraine and other headaches,
- Multiple sclerosis,
- Parkinson’s disease,
- Neurological infections,
- Brain tumors.
Symptoms that commonly require a neurologist include: Coordination, muscle weakness, change in sensation, confusion & dizziness.
People who are having problems with their senses, such as touch, vision, or smell, may also need to see a neurologist. Problems with senses are sometimes caused by nervous system disorders.
A neurological exam will test muscle strength, reflexes, and coordination.
Below are the basic test taken :
- Lumbar Puncture,
- Tensilon test,
- CT scan,
- MRI scan,
- PET scan
Neurology and Neuromuscular Procedures range – CPT 95700 – 96020
CPT 95700 – 95811 : Sleep Medicine Testing and Long term EEG procedures
CPT 95812 – 95836 : Routine EEG procedures
CPT 95851 – 95857 : Range of Motion Testing
CPT 95860 – 95872 : EMG procedures
CPT 95873 – 95887 : Ischemic Muscle Testing and Procedure for Chemodenervation
CPT 95905 – 95913 : Nerve Conduction tests
CPT 95921 – 95924 : Autonomic Function testing procedures
CPT 95925 – 95937 : Evoked Potentials and Reflex testing procedures
CPT 95938 – 95941 : Intraoperative Neurophysiology Procedures
CPT 95954 – 95967 : Special EEG procedures
CPT 95970 – 95984 : Neurostimulators analysis
CPT 95990 – 95999 : Other Neurology and Neuromuscular procedures
CPT 96000 – 96004 : Motion Analysis procedures
CPT 96020 : Functional Brain Mapping
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