HCPCS Code Range L1810-L1860 L1810-L1860 Knee Orthotics L1810 Knee orthosis (KO), elastic with joints, prefabricated item that has been trimmed, bent, molded, assembled, or otherwise customized to fit a specific patient by an individual with expertise
Knee Brace ICD-10 Codes Failed total Knee anthroplasty (T84.119A/T84.199A/T84.498A/T84.50TX) Rheumatoid Arthritis (M06.9 M12.00) Osteoarthritis (M17.10 M17.5 M17.9)
A custom fabricated derotation knee orthosis (L1840) is covered for instability due to internal ligamentous disruption of the knee ( refer to the Group 3 ICD-10 Codes in the LCD-related Policy Article ). The coverage criteria for the prefabricated orthosis codes L1843, L1845, L1851 and L1852 are met; and
For codes L1832, L1833, L1843, L1845, L1850, L1851 and L1852, knee instability must be documented by examination of the beneficiary and objective description of joint laxity (e.g., varus/valgus instability, anterior/posterior Drawer test).
HCPCS CODESCodeDescriptionL1830KNEE ORTHOSIS, IMMOBILIZER, CANVAS LONGITUDINAL, PREFABRICATED, OFF-THE-SHELFL1831KNEE ORTHOSIS, LOCKING KNEE JOINT(S), POSITIONAL ORTHOSIS, PREFABRICATED, INCLUDES FITTING AND ADJUSTMENT47 more rows
HCPCS code L1820 for Knee orthosis (KO), elastic with condylar pads and joints, with or without patellar control, prefabricated, includes fitting and adjustment as maintained by CMS falls under Knee Orthotics .
Codes L1832 (KNEE ORTHOSIS, ADJUSTABLE KNEE JOINTS (UNICENTRIC OR POLYCENTRIC), POSITIONAL ORTHOSIS, RIGID SUPPORT, PREFABRICATED ITEM THAT HAS BEEN TRIMMED, BENT, MOLDED, ASSEMBLED, OR OTHERWISE CUSTOMIZED TO FIT A SPECIFIC PATIENT BY AN INDIVIDUAL WITH EXPERTISE) and L1833 (KNEE ORTHOSIS, ADJUSTABLE KNEE JOINTS ( ...
L1851: KNEE ORTHOSIS (KO), SINGLE UPRIGHT, THIGH AND CALF, WITH ADJUSTABLE FLEXION AND EXTENSION JOINT (UNICENTRIC OR POLYCENTRIC), MEDIAL-LATERAL AND ROTATION CONTROL, WITH OR WITHOUT VARUS/VALGUS ADJUSTMENT, PREFABRICATED, OFF-THE-SHELF.
HCPCS code L1852 for Knee orthosis (ko), double upright, thigh and calf, with adjustable flexion and extension joint (unicentric or polycentric), medial-lateral and rotation control, with or without varus/valgus adjustment, prefabricated, off-the-shelf as maintained by CMS falls under Knee Orthotics .
Short Description: Pneuma/vac walk boot pre ots. Long Description: WALKING BOOT, PNEUMATIC AND/OR VACUUM, WITH OR WITHOUT JOINTS, WITH OR WITHOUT INTERFACE MATERIAL, PREFABRICATED, OFF-THE-SHELF.
HCPCS code L1830 for Knee orthosis (KO), immobilizer, canvas longitudinal, prefabricated, off-the-shelf as maintained by CMS falls under Knee Orthotics .
Short Description: Ko elastic w/joints pre ots. Long Description: KNEE ORTHOSIS, ELASTIC WITH JOINTS, PREFABRICATED, OFF-THE-SHELF.
HCPCS code L1843 for Knee orthosis (KO), single upright, thigh and calf, with adjustable flexion and extension joint (unicentric or polycentric), medial-lateral and rotation control, with or without varus/valgus adjustment, prefabricated item that has been trimmed, bent, molded, assembled, or otherwise customized to ...
L0648: LUMBAR-SACRAL ORTHOSIS, SAGITTAL CONTROL, WITH RIGID ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR PANELS, POSTERIOR EXTENDS FROM SACROCOCCYGEAL JUNCTION TO T-9 VERTEBRA, PRODUCES INTRACAVITARY PRESSURE TO REDUCE LOAD ON THE INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS, INCLUDES STRAPS, CLOSURES, MAY INCLUDE PADDING, SHOULDER STRAPS, PENDULOUS ABDOMEN DESIGN ...
L0637. LUMBAR-SACRAL ORTHOSIS, SAGITTAL-CORONAL CONTROL, WITH RIGID ANTERIOR. AND POSTERIOR FRAME/PANELS, POSTERIOR EXTENDS FROM SACROCOCCYGEAL. JUNCTION TO T-9 VERTEBRA, LATERAL STRENGTH PROVIDED BY RIGID LATERAL. FRAME/PANELS, PRODUCES INTRACAVITARY PRESSURE TO REDUCE LOAD ON.
E1810 is a valid 2022 HCPCS code for Dynamic adjustable knee extension / flexion device, includes soft interface material or just “Adjust knee ext/flex device” for short, used in Lump sum purchase of DME, prosthetics, orthotics.
Knee braces typically consist of three components: a superstructure (usually a rigid shell), a hinge, and a strap system. The superstructure extends proximally to and distally from a hinge centered around the knee’s axis of motion. The strapping system secures the brace to the limb. Knee braces can be subdivided into four categories that are based on their intended use:
Knee braces - Valgus (or unloader) k nee bracing has been used to shift the load from the medial compartment with intent to relieve pain and improve function in patients with medial tibiofemoral (TF) joint OA. Our approach is to use a brace, as an adjunct to the other core treatments, for patients who are amenable to this intervention and likely to comply with the treatment. Patients with medial TF OA who are more physically active and usually younger may experience greater improvements with unloader knee bracing.
A. Off-the-shelf (prefabricated) knee braces may be considered medically necessary for patients with knee instability due to injury or for patients with painful osteoarthritis of the medial compartment of the knee.