CPT® 28305, Under Repair, Revision, and/or Reconstruction Procedures on the Foot and Toes

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 28305 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Repair, Revision, and/or Reconstruction Procedures on the Foot and Toes.

Subscribe to Codify by AAPC and get the code details in a flash.


The provider performs an osteotomy of the tarsal bones, i.e., he surgically incises or transects the foot bones adjacent to the articulation, or joint, between the foot and the leg, and then realigns the bones. He also places a bone graft to fill in gaps in the tarsal bones and straighten the deformity. This procedure excludes the two tarsal bones closest to the articulation, i.e., the calcaneus, or heel bone, and the talus, or ankle bone. The provider performs this procedure to fixate a talus fracture or repair a deformity such as a tarsal coalition and maximize the movement of the ankle joint.

For clinical responsibility, terminology, tips and additional info
start codify free trial.

View any code changes for 2024 as well as historical information on code creation and revision.
Combat the #1 denial reason - mismatched CPT-ICD-9 codes - with top Medicare carrier and private payer accepted diagnoses for the chosen CPT® code.
View the CPT® code's corresponding procedural code and DRG. In a click, check the DRG's IPPS allowable, length of stay, and more. To plug inpatient facility revenue drains, subscribe to DRG Coder today.
Crosswalk to an anesthesia code and its base units, and calculate payments in a snap! Subscribe to Anesthesia Coder today.
View matching HCPCS Level II codes and their definitions.


Have a question about CPT Code 28305 ? Start a discussion here