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Get Rid of the Medical and Physical Discomfort of Large Breasts

Big breasted women are the envy of women who are not gifted with big bosom. But is it really great to have huge breasts? The upper extremities of women with oversized breasts are not in proportion with their frame and this can result to a number of health problems. The medical and physical discomfort of large breasts can interfere with the daily activities of big breasted women.

The medical and physical discomfort of large breasts can be very disturbing and depressing. Neck, shoulder and back pain are the common problems of big breasted women. Those two huge breasts can put so much stress on your neck, back and spine that can lead to a number of spinal and back problems. The strap of your bra can create painful deep grooves or cuts on your shoulder that can be very uncomfortable.  Another physical discomfort of large breasts is the inability to engage in physical activities like running because it can result to breast pain.

Freedom from physical pain is important to have a happy and healthy life. It can be very difficult to suffer from pain on a daily basis and it can be very frustrating and unhealthy to live a sedentary life. It is important to find a way to get rid of the physical discomfort of large breasts. Is there something you can do about it? The answer is yes there is a way to get rid of the discomfort of large breasts and the solution is breast reduction.

Reducing the size of your breast is the best way to get rid of physical pain of carrying huge breasts. There are two ways to reduce your breast size. One is through breast reduction surgery and another one is through herbal breast reduction treatment.

Choosing a safe and effective method is important. Although surgery is the common solution, it is not for everyone. You have to think many times before subjecting yourself under the knife because any surgery is accompanied by risks. Aside from the high cost of surgery you may also suffer from irreversible side effects.

Fortunately, you have another option which is the herbal breast reduction treatment. Herbal breast reduction pills have been developed under the supervision of nutritionists and medical scientists to help women reduce the size of their breasts and get rid of the physical discomfort of large breasts.

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Build Up Physical and Occupational Therapy Know-how

Reaffirm your knowledge of ICD-10-CM codes and the more specific E/M PT/OT codes introduced in 2017. Coding for physical and occupational therapy (PT and OT) requires an understanding of ICD-10-CM guidelines, and a firm knowledge on how to bill units of timed and untimed therapy CPT® codes. ICD-10 Considerations In therapy encounters, there is often […]
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Coding a Medicare Wellness Exam & Complete Physical Together

I’m hoping someone can answer this because I am finding conflicting information in other post or on-line and there is a debate in our office with providers on how to do this. If a patient comes in for their Annual Medicare Exam (G0439) and request a physical as well how would you code both exams? Would you code it as G0439 with an E/M code plus modifier 25 or G0439 with an age preventive visit code with modifier 25?

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Aenta Medicare Reimbursement for Physical Therapy Code

Is anyone having any issues with Aetna Medicare reimbursing for G0283. We keep getting denials and they are stating that it is due to the LCD 35222 stating that the DX is not covered and we have used several DX that should be covered. When we look up LCD 35222 it doesn’t give us much information.

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Physical Therapy concern

Hi! I recevied this inquiry from our physical therapy department.. any input on this situation would be greatly appreciated!
We have had some difficulty understanding how the per body part per lifetime insurance works. We understand that with a right hip diagnosis, this is going to count towards the right hip. Last week, when we called BCBS, they told us that anytime we add a general code to the chart such as generalized weakness or difficulty walking, it counts towards ALL body parts. Will you help us find out if this is true please?

Thanks in advanced!
Sally, CPC, COSC

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Physical Therapy concern

Hi! I recevied this inquiry from our physical therapy department.. any input on this situation would be greatly appreciated!
We have had some difficulty understanding how the per body part per lifetime insurance works. We understand that with a right hip diagnosis, this is going to count towards the right hip. Last week, when we called BCBS, they told us that anytime we add a general code to the chart such as generalized weakness or difficulty walking, it counts towards ALL body parts. Will you help us find out if this is true please?

Thanks in advanced!
Sally, CPC, COSC

Medical Billing and Coding Forum