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    I have just started coding for Physical Therapy and the therapist are using Game Ready (ice compression) during the PT session. Does anybody know if there is a procedure code for this? I found a HCPCS code, but that reads like it is for the rental of the DME. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Portland Metro Chapter

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    Our practice used to handle Game Ready devices, but it was on a by-day rental basis. We used the modifier RR for the rental and NU for the appropriate body area sleeve (which was a purchased item). Don't know how you could bill for an hourly application. HCPCS E06xx

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