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Manipulation Under Anesthisia

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    I am doing the billing for both Phyicians doing the Manipulation under Anesthesis. I know that the code is 22050, I am trying to figure out how to bill for both physicians. They also said that they were doing the MUA over a 3 day period.... The second part to my question is how much should you charge. My Physician thinks he should get reimbursed a couple thousand dollars, but when I look at Fee Shedules, i only show it reimbursing a couple hundred!

    Please Help!!!

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    Where did you find the code 22050? It isn't listed in my CPT book.

    What part of the body is being manipulated?

    Mema, CPC

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    Sorry, the code is actually 22505 for the spine....

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    Nicole, I can't help with the billing questions but you should post this question in the "Ortho" section of the forums. I'm sure you'll get an answer to your question there

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