Neurostimulators (Spinal) Procedures CPT® Code range 63650- 63688

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on the Spine and Spinal Cord 63650-63688 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 63650- 63688
Neurostimulators (Spinal) Procedures
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Good morning, my physician inserted a SCS generator with leads, the 63685, and 63650 x 2. However, he had to have the patient go back into the OR and remove everything as the patient was having diffi... [ Read More ]
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If a patient has an old nerve stimulator (originally billed CPT 63650) removed and a new one place at the same time what would your code be now? I believe it would be CPT 63688........ [ Read More ]
As seen below, if a previously placed percutaneous/permanent lead (63650) is being replaced, the correct CPT code is 63663. If 2 leads are being replaced, due to CPT 63663 plural descriptor array(s), ... [ Read More ]
Need assistance on making sure I am coding SCS Revision correctly. I want to know if I should use as primary code 63663 and as 2nd code 63685 on this particular revision. This was appears to be simila... [ Read More ]
Looking for help on coding on 2 Spinal Cord Stimulator Revision Procedures. The 1st procedure done: Wanted to know if I can code them as 63650 as the primary code and then 63688 as the 2nd. This is ... [ Read More ]
[b]nerve stimulator[/b] [QUOTE="frankmmedbiller, post: 232628, member: 115217"]I have a situation where one doctor inserted the leads and one doctor inserted the pulse generator. This is being bille... [ Read More ]
Might meet with the physician when they start and go over what they would like on the superbill. Common ones are 20550 20552 20553 62310 62311 77003 64479 64480 64483 64484 27096 ... [ Read More ]
Percutaneous Supraorbital Trial Peripheral Nerve Stimulator, Cervical Spinal Cord Stimulator, Intra-operative Programming. 63650 for the cervical spinal cord stimulator trial, and I believe for supr... [ Read More ]