92065 says: The physician prescribes exercises to correct ocular problems, most frequently caused by ocular muscle imbalances. The patient is trained to perform these therapeutic exercises to improve vision by gaining teh proper binocular cooperation of the eyes one with the other, such as when one eye's vision and movement is neglected to avoid seeing double. These exercises frequently include repetitive tasks with prisms, color cards, or rods and moving objects progressively closer or further away in different planes. This includes continuing medical direction and evaluation.
97530 says: The health care provider uses dynamic therapeutic activities designed to achieve improved functional performance (e.g., lifting, pulling, bending). This code requires direct contact with the health care provider and can be billed in 15-minute units.
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