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Covenant High Plains Surgery Center is committed to both efficiency and quality. Our facilities are equipped with the technology and staff experience to perform a wide range of outpatient surgeries.

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Cataract Surgery - 66984

With cataract surgery, your eye’s cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens implant called an intraocular lens or IOL. A small incision is made in the side of the cornea (the front part of your eye), the doctor inserts a tiny instrument that uses high-frequency ultrasound to break up the center of the cloudy lens and carefully suction it out. After the cloudy lens has been removed, the doctor will replace it with an IOL. The IOL becomes a permanent part of your eye.

Chalazion - 67800

A chalazion forms when an oil-producing gland in the eyelid called the meibomian gland becomes enlarged and the gland opening becomes clogged with oil. During the procedure your eyelid will be lifted and turned inside out using a clamp. A very small incision will be made on top of the cyst inside your eyelid. The tissue inside the chalazion will then be scooped out. The incision on the gland is then left to drain in a smaller chalazion while the cut in a larger chalazion will be stitched.

Eye Muscle Surgery Bilateral - 67312

Strabismus is a visual problem in which the eyes are not aligned properly and point in different directions. During surgery, the eyelids are gently held open with a lid speculum and a small opening is made through the conjunctiva (the mucous membrane surface of the eye) to access the muscle. The muscle is then weakened, strengthened or moved to change its action with dissolvable sutures.

Nasolacrimal Duct Probe w/ Stent Placement - 68815

When a tear duct is blocked it cannot drain normally, causing a watery, irritated or chronically infected eye. An instrument is used to enlarge (dilate) the punctal openings and a narrow probe is guided through the puncta, into the tear drainage system, then through the nasal opening and removed. The tear drainage system is flushed with a saline solution to clear out any residual blockage. The stent (implant made of synthetic material) is inserted into the nasolacrimal duct to maintain the opening created by the probing.

Trabeculectomy - 66170

Pressure from fluid that forms in the eye. An incision is made to promote drainage of fluid, physican may also remove some tissue.

Colonoscopy - 45378

A procedure to monitor for colon cancer in which a scope is inserted through the rectum for the physician to look at the intestines. Sometimes a biopsy of the intestines is performed and sent to pathology for evaluation. A registered nurse will provide sedation to help you relax during the procedure.

EGD (Esophagogastroduodenoscopy) - 43239

A procedure to evaluate the esophagus, stomach and first section of the small intestine. This can be used to help diagnosis issues such as but not limited to: reflux, ulcers, hiatal hernia, swallowing problems, Celiac disease.

Appendectomy, Laparoscopic - 44970

Small incisions are made into the abdomen in order to insert ports (hollow tubes), surgical tools and a lighted camera. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs to remove the appendix.

Axillary Node Dissection, Biopsy or Excision - 38500, 38505, 38510, 38525

Axillary dissection is a surgical procedure that incises the axilla to identify, examine, or remove lymph nodes. The tissue is examined by pathology to determine cancerous or benign cells.

Biopsy or Excision of Lymph Nodes, Cervical - 38510, 38520

Cervical lymph glands (from neck) are excised from the body and sent to pathology to examine for the presence of cancerous or benign cells.

Central IV Access Port Placement - 36561

A catheter is a tube that goes into a vein in your chest and ends at your heart. The port will be placed just under the skin on your chest. Having a port will cause less wear and tear on your veins.

Central IV Access Port Removal - 36589, 36590

Removal of a port and catheter that was surgically placed under the skin of your chest.

Excision of Breast Lesion with Radiological Marker - 19125

Abnormal tissue in a breast is marked before surgery with a radiation marker and then the tissue is removed and sent to pathology for evaluation. The placement of the radiation marker is performed at a radiation treatment center and is not included in this fee. You will be billed separately for the marker from the radiation facility of your choice.

Excision of Cyst, Mass, Lesion from Breast - 19120

Abnormal tissue in a breast is removed and sent to pathology for evaluation to determine cancerous or benign cells.

Excision of Lipoma - 21931

A lipoma is a benign growth (lump) of fat found just below the skin and can occur anywhere on the body.

Hemorrhoidectomy - 46250

Surgical removal of internal or external hemorrhoidal tissue.

Hernia, Inguinal Laparoscopic, Bilateral - 49650, 49651, 49652

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene). When performed laparoscopically, the doctor will make several small incisions in the abdomen. Ports (hollow tubes) are inserted into the openings and surgical tools and a lighted camera are placed into the ports. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs to repair the hernia.

Hernia, Inguinal Laparoscopic, Single - 49650, 49651, 49652

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene). When performed laparoscopically, the doctor will make several small incisions in the abdomen. Ports (hollow tubes) are inserted into the openings and surgical tools and a lighted camera are placed into the ports. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs to repair the hernia.

Hernia, Inguinal Open, Bilateral - 49505, 49500, 49507, 49520, 49521, 49550

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene).

Hernia, Inguinal Open, Single - 49505, 49500, 49507, 49520, 49521, 49550

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene).

Hernia, Umbilical - 49580, 49582, 49585, 49587

A umbilical hernia repair is repair of a weakness in abdominal wall or close to the opening of the umbilicus (belly button). The herniated tissue is pushed back inside the abdomen and the hole is closed with sutures. In some instances (large hernia) mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene) could be used to repair the hernia.

Hernia, Ventral, Small - 49560, 49561, 49565, 49566

A ventral hernia is a repair of a weakness, bulge or protrusion that occurs along a prior abdominal surgical incision. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene).

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy - 47562, 47563

Removal of the gallbladder due to gallstones causing pain or infection. The doctor will make several small incisions in the abdomen. Ports (hollow tubes) are inserted into the openings and surgical tools and a lighted camera are placed into the ports. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs. The gallbladder is removed and the port openings are closed with sutures or glue.

Lymph Node Excision, Biopsy - 38500

Lymph glands are excised from the body and sent to pathology to examine for the presence of cancerous or benign cells.

Mastectomy, Partial (Lumpectomy) - 19301

A surgery performed for breast cancer. The malignant breast tumor and a normal tissue margin is removed. The tissue is sent to pathology for examination to ensure all of the tumor has been removed.

Parotidectomy - 42415

Removal of the parotid gland, a salivary gland near the ear due to abnormal growths. The parotid gland will be sent to pathology to be examined for cancerous or benign cells.

Pilonidal Cyst Incision and Drainage - 10080, 10081

Excision of cystic tissue, incision is left open with packing to allow for drainage of the fluid and healing of the abscess site.

Pilonidal Cyst Removal - 11770, 11772

A pilonidal cyst is an enlarged hair follicle near the tailbone. The cystic tissue is removed when symptoms indicate.

Primary Dialysis Arteriovenous Fistula -

This procedure is utilized for patients in renal failure. A connection is made between a vein and artery, usually in the forearm, to allow access to the vascular system for hemodialysis.

Thyroidectomy Partial Thyroid Lobectomy - 60210

Surgical removal of part of the thyroid gland. Removal can be performed for a number of reasons including but not limited to: a growth or cyst, overactive thyroid, cancer, benign tumors, goiter (swelling).

Thyroidectomy Total Thyroid Lobectomy - 60225, 60220

Surgical removal of the thyroid gland. Removal can be performed for a number of reasons including but not limited to: a growth or cyst, overactive thyroid, cancer, benign tumors, goiter (swelling).

Vein Stripping – Right and Left - 37718, 37722, 37735

This procedure is utilized to treat varicose veins (twisted or enlarged veins usually on the legs). Small incisions are made in the leg(s) and the vein is removed.

Vein Stripping – Single - 37718, 37722, 37735

This procedure is utilized to treat varicose veins. Small incisions are made in the leg(s) and the vein is removed.

Arthroplasty IP Joint - 26536

Replacement of a finger joint located at the upper portion of the finger. The replacement joint is a synthetic implant joint (implant made of silicone or plastic).

Arthroplasty MP Joint - 26531

Replacement of a finger joint where the finger attaches to the palm (hand). The replacement joint is a synthetic implant (made of silicone or plastic).

Carpal Tunnel Release Bilateral - 64721

An incision is made at the base of the palm (hand). The carpal tunnel ligament is identified and cut in order to release pressure on the median nerve, which should relieve the pain and numbness in your wrist/hand from carpel tunnel syndrome.

Carpal Tunnel Release, Single - 64721

An incision is made at the base of the palm (hand). The carpal tunnel ligament is identified and cut in order to release pressure on the median nerve, which should relieve the pain and numbness in your wrist/hand from carpel tunnel syndrome.

Closed Reduction and Casting - 25605

During a closed reduction the broken bone is realigned by manipulation (no incision is made into the body) and held in place with a cast until the bone is healed or further medical treatment is needed.

Dupuytrens Contracture - 26123

An incision is made into the palm (hand) and the palmar fascia (tissue fibers in the hand) is identified and separated from the nerves, arteries and tendons. The palmar fascia is then removed which will allow you to straighten your finger.

Elbow Arthroscopy - 29830

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the elbow to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the elbow. The procedure may relieve painful symptoms due to damage of the cartilage surfaces and soft tissue surrounding the joint. Removal of loose pieces of bone and cartilage, or release of scar tissue can be performed to increase motion of the elbow.

Excision of Lesion of Tendon Sheath or Joint Capsule (ex. soft tissue mass/cyst, fluid filled cyst) - 26160

A lesion or cyst can be present on the hand and/or foot. The lesion or cyst is removed.

Ganglion Excision from Wrist - 25111

The removal of a fluid-filled sac on the wrist.

Hardware Removal Complex - 20680

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

Hardware Removal Simple - 20670

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

Percutaneous Pinning (Finger 1-2 Pins) - 26727

A procedure to repair a broken finger(s) in which a metal wire (implant) is inserted into the bone to keep it straight until healed.

Suspensionplasty, Arthroplasty, Interposition, Intercarpal or Carpometacarpal Joints - 25447

Procedure to treat the pain and decreased function of an arthritic joint.

Synovectomy, Tendon Sheath, Radical (Tenosynovectomy), Flexor Tendon, Palm and/or Finger, Each Tendon - 26145

Procedure to remove inflamed tissue that cause pain or a decrease in function.

Trigger Finger - 26055

A small incision is made in the palm (close to the affected finger) and the tendon sheath (layer of membrane) tunnel is cut to allow more room for the tendon to move freely allowing the finger to straighten out.

Ulnar Nerve Epicondylectomy - 24358

Small incisions are made around the elbow to move the nerve from its current location (behind the elbow) to a different location (usually in the front of the elbow) to relieve pressure, pain related to the pinched nerve.

Ulnar Nerve Transposition - 64718

Small incisions are made around the elbow to move the nerve from its current location (behind the elbow) to a different location (usually in the front of the elbow) to relieve pressure, pain related to the pinched nerve.

Wrist Arthroscopy - 29840

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the wrist to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the wrist. This procedure is performed to address cartilage problems that affects wrist stability and motion.

Achilles Repair - 27650

Debridement and Repair: the damaged part of the achilles tendon is removed and the remaining tendon is repaired with sutures. Debridement with Tendon Transfer: removal of the damaged achilles tendon is required and the remaining portion of the tendon is not strong enough to function independently. To prevent the remaining tendon from rupturing, a tendon transfer is performed. The tendon that helps the big toe point down is moved to the heel bone to add strength to the damaged tendon. Sometimes an implant made of synthetic or human tissue will be placed to support the tendon

Ankle Arthroscopy - 29891

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the ankle to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the ankle. The physician will look for damaged cartilage and bone spurs, if indicated he/she will debride and remove loose/scar/inflamed tissue.

Arthrodesis, Great Toe, Metatarsophalangeal - 28750

Fusion (joining together) of the bones in the Great (big) toe. This requires an implant (usually plate and screws made of metal). The procedure is performed to treat arthritis by removing the cartilage of the joint and relieving the pain.

Brostrom Ligament Reconstruction - 27698

Damaged ligaments on the outer (lateral) side of the ankle are repaired by reattaching or shortening the ligaments.

Bunionectomy Bilateral - 28292

An incision is made over the first joint of the Great (big) toe and the enlarged lump (made up of inflamed bone and soft tissue) is removed. If the joint has been damaged, an implant (plates, screws or wires usually made of metal) will be placed to stabilize the joint.

Bunionectomy, Single - 28292

An incision is made over the first joint of the Great (big) toe and the enlarged lump (made up of inflamed bone and soft tissue) is removed. If the joint has been damaged, an implant (plates, screws or wires usually made of metal) will be placed to stabilize the joint.

Excision of Lesion of Tendon Sheath or Joint Capsule (ex. soft tissue mass/cyst, fluid filled cyst) - 26160

A lesion or cyst can be present on the hand and/or foot. The lesion or cyst is removed.

Gastrocnemius Recession - 27687

Surgical lengthening of one or two of the calf muscles to increase the motion of the ankle.

Hammer Toe (1 toe) - 28285

A hammer toe(s) (toes that are contracted or crooked) will be repaired by fusion (joining together) or resection (removing) part of the bone to reduce the contracture or crooked bone. An implant (pin made of metal) may be utilized to straighten the toe, but will be removed once the bone is healed.

Hammer Toe (2 toes) - 28285

A hammer toe(s) (toes that are contracted or crooked) will be repaired by fusion (joining together) or resection (removing) part of the bone to reduce the contracture or crooked bone. An implant (pin made of metal) may be utilized to straighten the toe, but will be removed once the bone is healed.

Hammer Toe (3 toes) - 28285

A hammer toe(s) (toes that are contracted or crooked) will be repaired by fusion (joining together) or resection (removing) part of the bone to reduce the contracture or crooked bone. An implant (pin made of metal) may be utilized to straighten the toe, but will be removed once the bone is healed.

Hardware Removal Complex - 20680

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

Hardware Removal Simple - 20670

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

Neuroma Excision - 28080

A neuroma is a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. An incision will usually be made on the top of the foot in the area between two toes. The growth is then identified and removed.

Ostectomy Partial Excision - 28111, 28112, 28113

A procedure to remove a bone spur (enlargement of the bone) from the toe.

Osteotomy - 28308

A procedure used for treatment of arthritis or to straighten a crooked bone.

Plantar Fasciotomy - 28060

An incision is made medially on the heel and a thick band of tissue (plantar fascia) is released (cut) to reduce the tension/tightness of the fascia. Sometimes a small amount of the plantar fascia is resected (removed) to prevent re-attachment of the tissue.

Arthroscopy w/ Biceps Tenodesis - 29828

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The biceps tendon can detach from the shoulder socket or may be inflamed causing pain and decreased motion. When this occurs the tendon will be reattached to the humerus with an implant (anchor, screw).

Arthroscopy w/ Rotator Cuff Repair - 29827

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The rotator cuff consists of muscles and tendons that form a cuff over the joint. The tendons can be torn from injury or overuse. Anchors (implants made of synthetic or metal materials) are attached to tie the tendon back to the bone.

Capsulorrhaphy - 29806

A minimally invasive surgery used so the physician can perform a diagnostic arthroscopic exam of the joint. Small incisions are made so the physician can remove any loose bodies.

Distal Clavicle Excision Arthroscopically - 29824

During an arthroscopic procedure, small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The subacromial space is entered and the lateral end of the clavicle (collar bone) is exposed and a small section is removed to allow space for the shoulder to move freely. This will reduce impingement pain in the shoulder.

Distal Clavicle Excision Open - 23120

During an open procedure, an incision is made into the shoulder above the clavicle separating the skin and muscle to expose the distal clavicle. A portion of the bone is removed to allow space for the shoulder to move freely. This will reduce impingement pain in the shoulder.

Manipulation Shoulder / Anesthesia - 23700

While you are asleep and your muscles are paralyzed, your shoulder will be moved in several positions to increase the range of motion in your shoulder. Sometimes physical therapy is required after the procedure, which is not included in the price of your surgical procedure.

Open Rotator Cuff Repair - 23410

An incision is made on the shoulder down into the muscle. Scar tissue will be removed and small holes will be drilled through the arm bone. The torn rotator cuff tendon will be repaired with sutures and/or metal anchor implants to attach the tendon to the bone.

Repair Pectoralis Muscle Rupture - 24341

An incision is made into the axillary (armpit) fold of the arm. The ruptured tendon is identified and repaired using sutures and/or metal anchor implants reattaching the tendon to the bone.

Shoulder Debridement - 29823

The removal of tissue that has been damaged by dengerative joint disease or arthritis or overuse. Damaged tissue is removed to allow increased space inside the joint for the bones and tissue to move freely, thereby decreasing pain and inflammation.

SLAP Repair - 29807

A minimally invasive surgery in which three incisions are made into the shoulder to allow the doctor to see the tear. The repair is made by suturing an anchor in place and closes the loop with a slipknot.

Subacromial Decompression - 29826

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. This procedure will release the rotator cuff tendon that is pinched between the humeral head and the acromion.

ACL Repair - 29888

A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament is repaired utilizing your patella (knee cap) tendon. Part of the patellar tendon is removed and small holes are drilled into the bone on each side to allow for reattachment of the tendon. An implant (metal screw or anchor) secures the tendon into place.

Chondroplasty - 29877

Damaged cartilage of the knee will be removed and the knee joint surface will be reshaped. This procedure is usually performed arthroscopically during which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee.

Complete Synovectomy - 29876

A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The synovium (thin membrane lining of the joint) is removed which should reduce pain and swelling in the knee.

Knee Arthroscopy Medial or Lateral Meniscectomy - 29881

A minimally invasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. Torn cartilage will be removed or repaired during the procedure.

Knee Arthroscopy with Meniscus repair - 29882

A minimally invasive surgery where small incision are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visulize the inside of the knee. The tear is identified and repaired .

Knee Arthroscopy, ostechondral allograft - 29867

A minimally inviasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a bone/cartilage transplant .

Knee Arthroscopy with Lateral Release - 29873

A minimally invasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The lateral retinaculum will be cut to release the tension around the patella (knee cap).

Knee Arthroscopy with Medial & Lateral Meniscectomy - 29880

A minimally invasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. Torn cartilage will be removed or repaired during the procedure.

Medial Collateral Ligament - 27405

A small incision is made on the inside of the knee. If the tear is where the ligament attaches to the femur (thighbone) or tibia (shin bone), the ligament will be repaired with stitches or metal screws (implant). If the tear is in the middle of the ligament, the physician will sew the torn ends together.

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Repair - 29889

A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The torn Posterior Cruciate Ligament is repaired utilizing a donor graft implant (made of human tissue).

Simple - 20680

Removal of hardware; pin, screw, rod or plate

Adenoidectomy - 42830, 42831

Adenoids are a mass of lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the adenoids and remove through the mouth.

Adenoidectomy and BMT - 42830, 69436

Adenoidectomy: Adenoids are a mass of lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the adenoids and remove through the mouth. BMT: Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media) is a result of a middle ear infection. A small incision is made in the eardrum and fluid is suctioned out and then a pressure-equalization (PE) tube is placed in the eardrum. This usually improves hearing and decreases infections. The tube will eventually fall out as the ear heals.

Bilateral Myringotomy with Tubes - 69436

Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media) is a result of a middle ear infection. A small incision is made in the eardrum and fluid is suctioned out and then a pressure-equalization (PE) tube is placed in the eardrum. This usually improves hearing and decreases infections. The tube will eventually fall out as the ear heals.

Myringoplasty - 69620, 69610

A procedure to repair a perforation (hole) in the eardrum utilizing a paper patch or gelfoam.

Nasal Fracture Open Repair/Treatment - 21325

An excision into the nose will be made to manually repair cartilage and bone structures. An endoscopic exam of nasal structure(s) will be performed to assess realignment.

Nasal Fracture Simple Closed - 21310

The cartilage and bone structures of the nose will be manually realigned and an endoscopic exam of nasal structure(s) will be performed to assess realignment.

Nasal Fracture w/ Stabilization - 21320

The cartilage and bone structures of the nose will be repaired internally using a fixation device such as: wire, sutures, screws or plates.

Nasal Septal FX w/ or w/o Stabilization - 21336

The cartilage and bone structures of the nose will be repaired internally using a fixation device such as: wire, sutures, screws or plates.

Neck Lymph nodes/mass/deep/excision - 60280, 60281

Lymph glands are excised from the body and sent to pathology to examine for the presence of cancerous cells.

Septoplasty and Sinus Turbinates - 30520, 30140, 30150

Nasal sinus surgery to relieve the obstruction by straighten / realigning or removing the septum bone of the nose). Turbinates are tissue that can become swollen and inflamed during surgery the tissue will be modified or removed to help increase airflow.

Sinus Procedure, Complex, Bilateral, Limited - 31255, 31256

Both sides of the nasal/sinus area will be explored endoscopically and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation.

Sinus Surgery, Complex - 30520, 30140, 31255, 31256

The nasal/sinus area will be explored endoscopically and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Septoplasty, Submucous Resection of Inferior Turbinates, Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation.

Sinus Surgery. Extensive/Image Guidance Bilateral - 31276, 31255, 31256, 61782

Image-guidance allows for real time correlation of the operative site to avoid areas such as the brain and orbit during sinus surgery. The nasal/sinus area will be explored and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Removal of Frontal Sinus Tissue, Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation. What is a: Ethmoidectomy – tissue from the ethmoid sinus cavity is removed to treat chronic sinusitis. Antrostomy — Chronic sinusitis can cause the maxillary sinus to become blocked. The blockage is removed or drained during surgery.

Sinus Surgery/Extensive/Image Guidance/ Bilateral with Septoplasty & SMR Turbs - 30520, 30140, 31276, 31255, 31256, 61782

Image-guidance allows for real time correlation of the operative site to avoid areas such as the brain and orbit during sinus surgery. The nasal/sinus area will be explored and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Septoplasty, Submucous Resection of Inferior Turbinate(s), Removal of Frontal Sinus Tissue, Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation. What is a: Septoplasty –surgery on the septum (the bone that separates the nostrils) the septum can be crooked due to an injury or are present from birth. Submucous Resection of Inferior Turbinates – Tissue that is swollen/inflamed inside the nose is removed to increase airflow. Ethmoidectomy – tissue from the ethmoid sinus cavity is removed to treat chronic sinusitis. Antrostomy — Chronic sinusitis can cause the maxillary sinus to become blocked. The blockage is removed or drained during surgery.

Thyroglossal Duct Cyst Excision - 60280, 60281

Removal of a fibrous cyst (lump) in neck located around the hyoid bone.

Tonsil & Adenoidectomy with BMT - 42820, 42821, 69436

Tonsils and adenoids are masses of lymphoid tissues located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the tonsils/adenoids and remove the through the mouth. BMT: Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media) is a result of a middle ear infection. A small incision is made in the eardrum and fluid is suctioned out and then a pressure-equalization (PE) tube is placed in the eardrum. This usually improves hearing and decreases infections. The tube will eventually fall out as the ear heals.

Tonsillectomy - 42825, 42826

Tonsils are a mass of lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the tonsils and remove the tonsils through the mouth.

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy - 42820. 42821

Tonsils and adenoids are masses of lymphoid tissues located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the tonsils/adenoids and remove the through the mouth.

Tympanoplasty - 69631

A small incision is made behind the ear and tissue will be excised. This tissue will be attached to the eardrum to cover the perforation (hole).

Cervical Epidural Injection - 62320, 62321

Epidural or Subarachnoid Injection with/or without catheter cervical or thoracic; with/or without imaging guidance.

Cervical/Thoracic Facet Injection- up to (4) levels - 64490, 64491, 64492

Facet Injections (paravertebral) cervical or thoracic.

Cervical/Thoracic Radiofrequency Ablation- up to (4) Levels - 64633, 64634

Destruction neurolytic agent, cervical or thoracic.

Joint Injection - 20600, 20611

Injection into the joint or bursa; with or without ultrasound guidance.

Lumbar Epidural Injection (interlaminar or caudal) - 62322, 62323

Edidural or Subarachnoid Injection with/or without catheter lumbar or sacral (caudal); with or without imaging guidance.

Lumbar Facet Injection- up to (4) levels - 64493, 64494, 64495

Facet Injections (paravertebral) lumbar or sacral.

Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation- up to (4) Levels - 64635, 64636

Destruction neurolytic agent, lumbar or sacral.

Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural- up to (2) levels -

Sacriolliac Joint Injection -

Thoracic Epidural Injection -

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Ophthalmology

Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery

With cataract surgery, your eye’s cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens implant called an intraocular lens or IOL. A small incision is made in the side of the cornea (the front part of your eye), the doctor inserts a tiny instrument that uses high-frequency ultrasound to break up the center of the cloudy lens and carefully suction it out. After the cloudy lens has been removed, the doctor will replace it with an IOL. The IOL becomes a permanent part of your eye.

66984

Chalazion

Chalazion

A chalazion forms when an oil-producing gland in the eyelid called the meibomian gland becomes enlarged and the gland opening becomes clogged with oil. During the procedure your eyelid will be lifted and turned inside out using a clamp. A very small incision will be made on top of the cyst inside your eyelid. The tissue inside the chalazion will then be scooped out. The incision on the gland is then left to drain in a smaller chalazion while the cut in a larger chalazion will be stitched.

67800

Eye Muscle Surgery Bilateral

Eye Muscle Surgery Bilateral

Strabismus is a visual problem in which the eyes are not aligned properly and point in different directions. During surgery, the eyelids are gently held open with a lid speculum and a small opening is made through the conjunctiva (the mucous membrane surface of the eye) to access the muscle. The muscle is then weakened, strengthened or moved to change its action with dissolvable sutures.

67312

Nasolacrimal Duct Probe w/ Stent Placement

Nasolacrimal Duct Probe w/ Stent Placement

When a tear duct is blocked it cannot drain normally, causing a watery, irritated or chronically infected eye. An instrument is used to enlarge (dilate) the punctal openings and a narrow probe is guided through the puncta, into the tear drainage system, then through the nasal opening and removed. The tear drainage system is flushed with a saline solution to clear out any residual blockage. The stent (implant made of synthetic material) is inserted into the nasolacrimal duct to maintain the opening created by the probing.

68815

Trabeculectomy

Trabeculectomy

Pressure from fluid that forms in the eye. An incision is made to promote drainage of fluid, physican may also remove some tissue.

66170

Endoscopy/GI

Colonoscopy

Colonoscopy

A procedure to monitor for colon cancer in which a scope is inserted through the rectum for the physician to look at the intestines. Sometimes a biopsy of the intestines is performed and sent to pathology for evaluation. A registered nurse will provide sedation to help you relax during the procedure.

45378

EGD (Esophagogastroduodenoscopy)

EGD (Esophagogastroduodenoscopy)

A procedure to evaluate the esophagus, stomach and first section of the small intestine. This can be used to help diagnosis issues such as but not limited to: reflux, ulcers, hiatal hernia, swallowing problems, Celiac disease.

43239

General Surgery

Appendectomy, Laparoscopic

Appendectomy, Laparoscopic

Small incisions are made into the abdomen in order to insert ports (hollow tubes), surgical tools and a lighted camera. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs to remove the appendix.

44970

Axillary Node Dissection, Biopsy or Excision

Axillary Node Dissection, Biopsy or Excision

Axillary dissection is a surgical procedure that incises the axilla to identify, examine, or remove lymph nodes. The tissue is examined by pathology to determine cancerous or benign cells.

38500, 38505, 38510, 38525

Biopsy or Excision of Lymph Nodes, Cervical

Biopsy or Excision of Lymph Nodes, Cervical

Cervical lymph glands (from neck) are excised from the body and sent to pathology to examine for the presence of cancerous or benign cells.

38510, 38520

Central IV Access Port Placement

Central IV Access Port Placement

A catheter is a tube that goes into a vein in your chest and ends at your heart. The port will be placed just under the skin on your chest. Having a port will cause less wear and tear on your veins.

36561

Central IV Access Port Removal

Central IV Access Port Removal

Removal of a port and catheter that was surgically placed under the skin of your chest.

36589, 36590

Excision of Breast Lesion with Radiological Marker

Excision of Breast Lesion with Radiological Marker

Abnormal tissue in a breast is marked before surgery with a radiation marker and then the tissue is removed and sent to pathology for evaluation. The placement of the radiation marker is performed at a radiation treatment center and is not included in this fee. You will be billed separately for the marker from the radiation facility of your choice.

19125

Excision of Cyst, Mass, Lesion from Breast

Excision of Cyst, Mass, Lesion from Breast

Abnormal tissue in a breast is removed and sent to pathology for evaluation to determine cancerous or benign cells.

19120

Excision of Lipoma

Excision of Lipoma

A lipoma is a benign growth (lump) of fat found just below the skin and can occur anywhere on the body.

21931

Hemorrhoidectomy

Hemorrhoidectomy

Surgical removal of internal or external hemorrhoidal tissue.

46250

Hernia, Inguinal Laparoscopic, Bilateral

Hernia, Inguinal Laparoscopic, Bilateral

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene). When performed laparoscopically, the doctor will make several small incisions in the abdomen. Ports (hollow tubes) are inserted into the openings and surgical tools and a lighted camera are placed into the ports. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs to repair the hernia.

49650, 49651, 49652

Hernia, Inguinal Laparoscopic, Single

Hernia, Inguinal Laparoscopic, Single

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene). When performed laparoscopically, the doctor will make several small incisions in the abdomen. Ports (hollow tubes) are inserted into the openings and surgical tools and a lighted camera are placed into the ports. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs to repair the hernia.

49650, 49651, 49652

Hernia, Inguinal Open, Bilateral

Hernia, Inguinal Open, Bilateral

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene).

49505, 49500, 49507, 49520, 49521, 49550

Hernia, Inguinal Open, Single

Hernia, Inguinal Open, Single

A inguinal hernia is an opening, weakness or bulge in the abdominal wall in the groin area between the abdomen and the thigh. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene).

49505, 49500, 49507, 49520, 49521, 49550

Hernia, Umbilical

Hernia, Umbilical

A umbilical hernia repair is repair of a weakness in abdominal wall or close to the opening of the umbilicus (belly button). The herniated tissue is pushed back inside the abdomen and the hole is closed with sutures. In some instances (large hernia) mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene) could be used to repair the hernia.

49580, 49582, 49585, 49587

Hernia, Ventral, Small

Hernia, Ventral, Small

A ventral hernia is a repair of a weakness, bulge or protrusion that occurs along a prior abdominal surgical incision. The weakened area is reinforced with mesh (an implant made from synthetic material such as polypropylene).

49560, 49561, 49565, 49566

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Removal of the gallbladder due to gallstones causing pain or infection. The doctor will make several small incisions in the abdomen. Ports (hollow tubes) are inserted into the openings and surgical tools and a lighted camera are placed into the ports. The abdomen is inflated to make it easier to see internal organs. The gallbladder is removed and the port openings are closed with sutures or glue.

47562, 47563

Lymph Node Excision, Biopsy

Lymph Node Excision, Biopsy

Lymph glands are excised from the body and sent to pathology to examine for the presence of cancerous or benign cells.

38500

Mastectomy, Partial (Lumpectomy)

Mastectomy, Partial (Lumpectomy)

A surgery performed for breast cancer. The malignant breast tumor and a normal tissue margin is removed. The tissue is sent to pathology for examination to ensure all of the tumor has been removed.

19301

Parotidectomy

Parotidectomy

Removal of the parotid gland, a salivary gland near the ear due to abnormal growths. The parotid gland will be sent to pathology to be examined for cancerous or benign cells.

42415

Pilonidal Cyst Incision and Drainage

Pilonidal Cyst Incision and Drainage

Excision of cystic tissue, incision is left open with packing to allow for drainage of the fluid and healing of the abscess site.

10080, 10081

Pilonidal Cyst Removal

Pilonidal Cyst Removal

A pilonidal cyst is an enlarged hair follicle near the tailbone. The cystic tissue is removed when symptoms indicate.

11770, 11772

Primary Dialysis Arteriovenous Fistula

Primary Dialysis Arteriovenous Fistula

This procedure is utilized for patients in renal failure. A connection is made between a vein and artery, usually in the forearm, to allow access to the vascular system for hemodialysis.

Thyroidectomy Partial Thyroid Lobectomy

Thyroidectomy Partial Thyroid Lobectomy

Surgical removal of part of the thyroid gland. Removal can be performed for a number of reasons including but not limited to: a growth or cyst, overactive thyroid, cancer, benign tumors, goiter (swelling).

60210

Thyroidectomy Total Thyroid Lobectomy

Thyroidectomy Total Thyroid Lobectomy

Surgical removal of the thyroid gland. Removal can be performed for a number of reasons including but not limited to: a growth or cyst, overactive thyroid, cancer, benign tumors, goiter (swelling).

60225, 60220

Vein Stripping – Right and Left

Vein Stripping – Right and Left

This procedure is utilized to treat varicose veins (twisted or enlarged veins usually on the legs). Small incisions are made in the leg(s) and the vein is removed.

37718, 37722, 37735

Vein Stripping – Single

Vein Stripping – Single

This procedure is utilized to treat varicose veins. Small incisions are made in the leg(s) and the vein is removed.

37718, 37722, 37735

Hand/Wrist/Elbow

Arthroplasty IP Joint

Arthroplasty IP Joint

Replacement of a finger joint located at the upper portion of the finger. The replacement joint is a synthetic implant joint (implant made of silicone or plastic).

26536

Arthroplasty MP Joint

Arthroplasty MP Joint

Replacement of a finger joint where the finger attaches to the palm (hand). The replacement joint is a synthetic implant (made of silicone or plastic).

26531

Carpal Tunnel Release Bilateral

Carpal Tunnel Release Bilateral

An incision is made at the base of the palm (hand). The carpal tunnel ligament is identified and cut in order to release pressure on the median nerve, which should relieve the pain and numbness in your wrist/hand from carpel tunnel syndrome.

64721

Carpal Tunnel Release, Single

Carpal Tunnel Release, Single

An incision is made at the base of the palm (hand). The carpal tunnel ligament is identified and cut in order to release pressure on the median nerve, which should relieve the pain and numbness in your wrist/hand from carpel tunnel syndrome.

64721

Closed Reduction and Casting

Closed Reduction and Casting

During a closed reduction the broken bone is realigned by manipulation (no incision is made into the body) and held in place with a cast until the bone is healed or further medical treatment is needed.

25605

Dupuytrens Contracture

Dupuytrens Contracture

An incision is made into the palm (hand) and the palmar fascia (tissue fibers in the hand) is identified and separated from the nerves, arteries and tendons. The palmar fascia is then removed which will allow you to straighten your finger.

26123

Elbow Arthroscopy

Elbow Arthroscopy

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the elbow to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the elbow. The procedure may relieve painful symptoms due to damage of the cartilage surfaces and soft tissue surrounding the joint. Removal of loose pieces of bone and cartilage, or release of scar tissue can be performed to increase motion of the elbow.

29830

Excision of Lesion of Tendon Sheath or Joint Capsule (ex. soft tissue mass/cyst, fluid filled cyst)

Excision of Lesion of Tendon Sheath or Joint Capsule (ex. soft tissue mass/cyst, fluid filled cyst)

A lesion or cyst can be present on the hand and/or foot. The lesion or cyst is removed.

26160

Ganglion Excision from Wrist

Ganglion Excision from Wrist

The removal of a fluid-filled sac on the wrist.

25111

Hardware Removal Complex

Hardware Removal Complex

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

20680

Hardware Removal Simple

Hardware Removal Simple

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

20670

Percutaneous Pinning (Finger 1-2 Pins)

Percutaneous Pinning (Finger 1-2 Pins)

A procedure to repair a broken finger(s) in which a metal wire (implant) is inserted into the bone to keep it straight until healed.

26727

Suspensionplasty, Arthroplasty, Interposition, Intercarpal or Carpometacarpal Joints

Suspensionplasty, Arthroplasty, Interposition, Intercarpal or Carpometacarpal Joints

Procedure to treat the pain and decreased function of an arthritic joint.

25447

Synovectomy, Tendon Sheath, Radical (Tenosynovectomy), Flexor Tendon, Palm and/or Finger, Each Tendon

Synovectomy, Tendon Sheath, Radical (Tenosynovectomy), Flexor Tendon, Palm and/or Finger, Each Tendon

Procedure to remove inflamed tissue that cause pain or a decrease in function.

26145

Trigger Finger

Trigger Finger

A small incision is made in the palm (close to the affected finger) and the tendon sheath (layer of membrane) tunnel is cut to allow more room for the tendon to move freely allowing the finger to straighten out.

26055

Ulnar Nerve Epicondylectomy

Ulnar Nerve Epicondylectomy

Small incisions are made around the elbow to move the nerve from its current location (behind the elbow) to a different location (usually in the front of the elbow) to relieve pressure, pain related to the pinched nerve.

24358

Ulnar Nerve Transposition

Ulnar Nerve Transposition

Small incisions are made around the elbow to move the nerve from its current location (behind the elbow) to a different location (usually in the front of the elbow) to relieve pressure, pain related to the pinched nerve.

64718

Wrist Arthroscopy

Wrist Arthroscopy

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the wrist to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the wrist. This procedure is performed to address cartilage problems that affects wrist stability and motion.

29840

Foot/Ankle

Achilles Repair

Achilles Repair

Debridement and Repair: the damaged part of the achilles tendon is removed and the remaining tendon is repaired with sutures. Debridement with Tendon Transfer: removal of the damaged achilles tendon is required and the remaining portion of the tendon is not strong enough to function independently. To prevent the remaining tendon from rupturing, a tendon transfer is performed. The tendon that helps the big toe point down is moved to the heel bone to add strength to the damaged tendon. Sometimes an implant made of synthetic or human tissue will be placed to support the tendon

27650

Ankle Arthroscopy

Ankle Arthroscopy

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the ankle to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the ankle. The physician will look for damaged cartilage and bone spurs, if indicated he/she will debride and remove loose/scar/inflamed tissue.

29891

Arthrodesis, Great Toe, Metatarsophalangeal

Arthrodesis, Great Toe, Metatarsophalangeal

Fusion (joining together) of the bones in the Great (big) toe. This requires an implant (usually plate and screws made of metal). The procedure is performed to treat arthritis by removing the cartilage of the joint and relieving the pain.

28750

Brostrom Ligament Reconstruction

Brostrom Ligament Reconstruction

Damaged ligaments on the outer (lateral) side of the ankle are repaired by reattaching or shortening the ligaments.

27698

Bunionectomy Bilateral

Bunionectomy Bilateral

An incision is made over the first joint of the Great (big) toe and the enlarged lump (made up of inflamed bone and soft tissue) is removed. If the joint has been damaged, an implant (plates, screws or wires usually made of metal) will be placed to stabilize the joint.

28292

Bunionectomy, Single

Bunionectomy, Single

An incision is made over the first joint of the Great (big) toe and the enlarged lump (made up of inflamed bone and soft tissue) is removed. If the joint has been damaged, an implant (plates, screws or wires usually made of metal) will be placed to stabilize the joint.

28292

Excision of Lesion of Tendon Sheath or Joint Capsule (ex. soft tissue mass/cyst, fluid filled cyst)

Excision of Lesion of Tendon Sheath or Joint Capsule (ex. soft tissue mass/cyst, fluid filled cyst)

A lesion or cyst can be present on the hand and/or foot. The lesion or cyst is removed.

26160

Gastrocnemius Recession

Gastrocnemius Recession

Surgical lengthening of one or two of the calf muscles to increase the motion of the ankle.

27687

Hammer Toe (1 toe)

Hammer Toe (1 toe)

A hammer toe(s) (toes that are contracted or crooked) will be repaired by fusion (joining together) or resection (removing) part of the bone to reduce the contracture or crooked bone. An implant (pin made of metal) may be utilized to straighten the toe, but will be removed once the bone is healed.

28285

Hammer Toe (2 toes)

Hammer Toe (2 toes)

A hammer toe(s) (toes that are contracted or crooked) will be repaired by fusion (joining together) or resection (removing) part of the bone to reduce the contracture or crooked bone. An implant (pin made of metal) may be utilized to straighten the toe, but will be removed once the bone is healed.

28285

Hammer Toe (3 toes)

Hammer Toe (3 toes)

A hammer toe(s) (toes that are contracted or crooked) will be repaired by fusion (joining together) or resection (removing) part of the bone to reduce the contracture or crooked bone. An implant (pin made of metal) may be utilized to straighten the toe, but will be removed once the bone is healed.

28285

Hardware Removal Complex

Hardware Removal Complex

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

20680

Hardware Removal Simple

Hardware Removal Simple

A procedure to remove the implant/hardware (plate, screw, wire) that was inserted to hold a broken bone together.

20670

Neuroma Excision

Neuroma Excision

A neuroma is a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. An incision will usually be made on the top of the foot in the area between two toes. The growth is then identified and removed.

28080

Ostectomy Partial Excision

Ostectomy Partial Excision

A procedure to remove a bone spur (enlargement of the bone) from the toe.

28111, 28112, 28113

Osteotomy

Osteotomy

A procedure used for treatment of arthritis or to straighten a crooked bone.

28308

Plantar Fasciotomy

Plantar Fasciotomy

An incision is made medially on the heel and a thick band of tissue (plantar fascia) is released (cut) to reduce the tension/tightness of the fascia. Sometimes a small amount of the plantar fascia is resected (removed) to prevent re-attachment of the tissue.

28060

Shoulder

Arthroscopy w/ Biceps Tenodesis

Arthroscopy w/ Biceps Tenodesis

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The biceps tendon can detach from the shoulder socket or may be inflamed causing pain and decreased motion. When this occurs the tendon will be reattached to the humerus with an implant (anchor, screw).

29828

Arthroscopy w/ Rotator Cuff Repair

Arthroscopy w/ Rotator Cuff Repair

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The rotator cuff consists of muscles and tendons that form a cuff over the joint. The tendons can be torn from injury or overuse. Anchors (implants made of synthetic or metal materials) are attached to tie the tendon back to the bone.

29827

Capsulorrhaphy

Capsulorrhaphy

A minimally invasive surgery used so the physician can perform a diagnostic arthroscopic exam of the joint. Small incisions are made so the physician can remove any loose bodies.

29806

Distal Clavicle Excision Arthroscopically

Distal Clavicle Excision Arthroscopically

During an arthroscopic procedure, small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The subacromial space is entered and the lateral end of the clavicle (collar bone) is exposed and a small section is removed to allow space for the shoulder to move freely. This will reduce impingement pain in the shoulder.

29824

Distal Clavicle Excision Open

Distal Clavicle Excision Open

During an open procedure, an incision is made into the shoulder above the clavicle separating the skin and muscle to expose the distal clavicle. A portion of the bone is removed to allow space for the shoulder to move freely. This will reduce impingement pain in the shoulder.

23120

Manipulation Shoulder / Anesthesia

Manipulation Shoulder / Anesthesia

While you are asleep and your muscles are paralyzed, your shoulder will be moved in several positions to increase the range of motion in your shoulder. Sometimes physical therapy is required after the procedure, which is not included in the price of your surgical procedure.

23700

Open Rotator Cuff Repair

Open Rotator Cuff Repair

An incision is made on the shoulder down into the muscle. Scar tissue will be removed and small holes will be drilled through the arm bone. The torn rotator cuff tendon will be repaired with sutures and/or metal anchor implants to attach the tendon to the bone.

23410

Repair Pectoralis Muscle Rupture

Repair Pectoralis Muscle Rupture

An incision is made into the axillary (armpit) fold of the arm. The ruptured tendon is identified and repaired using sutures and/or metal anchor implants reattaching the tendon to the bone.

24341

Shoulder Debridement

Shoulder Debridement

The removal of tissue that has been damaged by dengerative joint disease or arthritis or overuse. Damaged tissue is removed to allow increased space inside the joint for the bones and tissue to move freely, thereby decreasing pain and inflammation.

29823

SLAP Repair

SLAP Repair

A minimally invasive surgery in which three incisions are made into the shoulder to allow the doctor to see the tear. The repair is made by suturing an anchor in place and closes the loop with a slipknot.

29807

Subacromial Decompression

Subacromial Decompression

A minimally invasive surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting joints. Small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. This procedure will release the rotator cuff tendon that is pinched between the humeral head and the acromion.

29826

Knee

ACL Repair

ACL Repair

A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament is repaired utilizing your patella (knee cap) tendon. Part of the patellar tendon is removed and small holes are drilled into the bone on each side to allow for reattachment of the tendon. An implant (metal screw or anchor) secures the tendon into place.

29888

Chondroplasty

Chondroplasty

Damaged cartilage of the knee will be removed and the knee joint surface will be reshaped. This procedure is usually performed arthroscopically during which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee.

29877

Complete Synovectomy

Complete Synovectomy

A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The synovium (thin membrane lining of the joint) is removed which should reduce pain and swelling in the knee.

29876

Knee Arthroscopy Medial or Lateral Meniscectomy

Knee Arthroscopy Medial or Lateral Meniscectomy

A minimally invasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. Torn cartilage will be removed or repaired during the procedure.

29881

Knee Arthroscopy with Meniscus repair

Knee Arthroscopy with Meniscus repair

A minimally invasive surgery where small incision are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visulize the inside of the knee. The tear is identified and repaired .

29882

Knee Arthroscopy, ostechondral allograft

Knee Arthroscopy, ostechondral allograft

A minimally inviasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a bone/cartilage transplant .

29867

Knee Arthroscopy with Lateral Release

Knee Arthroscopy with Lateral Release

A minimally invasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The lateral retinaculum will be cut to release the tension around the patella (knee cap).

29873

Knee Arthroscopy with Medial & Lateral Meniscectomy

Knee Arthroscopy with Medial & Lateral Meniscectomy

A minimally invasive surgery where small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. Torn cartilage will be removed or repaired during the procedure.

29880

Medial Collateral Ligament

Medial Collateral Ligament

A small incision is made on the inside of the knee. If the tear is where the ligament attaches to the femur (thighbone) or tibia (shin bone), the ligament will be repaired with stitches or metal screws (implant). If the tear is in the middle of the ligament, the physician will sew the torn ends together.

27405

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Repair

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Repair

A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The torn Posterior Cruciate Ligament is repaired utilizing a donor graft implant (made of human tissue).

29889

Hardware Removal

Simple

Simple

Removal of hardware; pin, screw, rod or plate

20680

Ear, Nose, & Throat

Adenoidectomy

Adenoidectomy

Adenoids are a mass of lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the adenoids and remove through the mouth.

42830, 42831

Adenoidectomy and BMT

Adenoidectomy and BMT

Adenoidectomy: Adenoids are a mass of lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the adenoids and remove through the mouth. BMT: Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media) is a result of a middle ear infection. A small incision is made in the eardrum and fluid is suctioned out and then a pressure-equalization (PE) tube is placed in the eardrum. This usually improves hearing and decreases infections. The tube will eventually fall out as the ear heals.

42830, 69436

Bilateral Myringotomy with Tubes

Bilateral Myringotomy with Tubes

Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media) is a result of a middle ear infection. A small incision is made in the eardrum and fluid is suctioned out and then a pressure-equalization (PE) tube is placed in the eardrum. This usually improves hearing and decreases infections. The tube will eventually fall out as the ear heals.

69436

Myringoplasty

Myringoplasty

A procedure to repair a perforation (hole) in the eardrum utilizing a paper patch or gelfoam.

69620, 69610

Nasal Fracture Open Repair/Treatment

Nasal Fracture Open Repair/Treatment

An excision into the nose will be made to manually repair cartilage and bone structures. An endoscopic exam of nasal structure(s) will be performed to assess realignment.

21325

Nasal Fracture Simple Closed

Nasal Fracture Simple Closed

The cartilage and bone structures of the nose will be manually realigned and an endoscopic exam of nasal structure(s) will be performed to assess realignment.

21310

Nasal Fracture w/ Stabilization

Nasal Fracture w/ Stabilization

The cartilage and bone structures of the nose will be repaired internally using a fixation device such as: wire, sutures, screws or plates.

21320

Nasal Septal FX w/ or w/o Stabilization

Nasal Septal FX w/ or w/o Stabilization

The cartilage and bone structures of the nose will be repaired internally using a fixation device such as: wire, sutures, screws or plates.

21336

Neck Lymph nodes/mass/deep/excision

Neck Lymph nodes/mass/deep/excision

Lymph glands are excised from the body and sent to pathology to examine for the presence of cancerous cells.

60280, 60281

Septoplasty and Sinus Turbinates

Septoplasty and Sinus Turbinates

Nasal sinus surgery to relieve the obstruction by straighten / realigning or removing the septum bone of the nose). Turbinates are tissue that can become swollen and inflamed during surgery the tissue will be modified or removed to help increase airflow.

30520, 30140, 30150

Sinus Procedure, Complex, Bilateral, Limited

Sinus Procedure, Complex, Bilateral, Limited

Both sides of the nasal/sinus area will be explored endoscopically and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation.

31255, 31256

Sinus Surgery, Complex

Sinus Surgery, Complex

The nasal/sinus area will be explored endoscopically and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Septoplasty, Submucous Resection of Inferior Turbinates, Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation.

30520, 30140, 31255, 31256

Sinus Surgery. Extensive/Image Guidance Bilateral

Sinus Surgery. Extensive/Image Guidance Bilateral

Image-guidance allows for real time correlation of the operative site to avoid areas such as the brain and orbit during sinus surgery. The nasal/sinus area will be explored and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Removal of Frontal Sinus Tissue, Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation. What is a: Ethmoidectomy – tissue from the ethmoid sinus cavity is removed to treat chronic sinusitis. Antrostomy — Chronic sinusitis can cause the maxillary sinus to become blocked. The blockage is removed or drained during surgery.

31276, 31255, 31256, 61782

Sinus Surgery/Extensive/Image Guidance/ Bilateral with Septoplasty & SMR Turbs

Sinus Surgery/Extensive/Image Guidance/ Bilateral with Septoplasty & SMR Turbs

Image-guidance allows for real time correlation of the operative site to avoid areas such as the brain and orbit during sinus surgery. The nasal/sinus area will be explored and resected based on the patient’s condition. Several procedures can be performed including but not limited to: Septoplasty, Submucous Resection of Inferior Turbinate(s), Removal of Frontal Sinus Tissue, Ethmoidectomy, Antrostomy. Your physician will review the details of your condition and proposed procedures during consultation. What is a: Septoplasty –surgery on the septum (the bone that separates the nostrils) the septum can be crooked due to an injury or are present from birth. Submucous Resection of Inferior Turbinates – Tissue that is swollen/inflamed inside the nose is removed to increase airflow. Ethmoidectomy – tissue from the ethmoid sinus cavity is removed to treat chronic sinusitis. Antrostomy — Chronic sinusitis can cause the maxillary sinus to become blocked. The blockage is removed or drained during surgery.

30520, 30140, 31276, 31255, 31256, 61782

Thyroglossal Duct Cyst Excision

Thyroglossal Duct Cyst Excision

Removal of a fibrous cyst (lump) in neck located around the hyoid bone.

60280, 60281

Tonsil & Adenoidectomy with BMT

Tonsil & Adenoidectomy with BMT

Tonsils and adenoids are masses of lymphoid tissues located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the tonsils/adenoids and remove the through the mouth. BMT: Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media) is a result of a middle ear infection. A small incision is made in the eardrum and fluid is suctioned out and then a pressure-equalization (PE) tube is placed in the eardrum. This usually improves hearing and decreases infections. The tube will eventually fall out as the ear heals.

42820, 42821, 69436

Tonsillectomy

Tonsillectomy

Tonsils are a mass of lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the tonsils and remove the tonsils through the mouth.

42825, 42826

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy

Tonsils and adenoids are masses of lymphoid tissues located behind the nasal passages which can become enlarged or infected. The doctor will cauterize (burn) the tonsils/adenoids and remove the through the mouth.

42820. 42821

Tympanoplasty

Tympanoplasty

A small incision is made behind the ear and tissue will be excised. This tissue will be attached to the eardrum to cover the perforation (hole).

69631

Pain

Cervical Epidural Injection

Cervical Epidural Injection

Epidural or Subarachnoid Injection with/or without catheter cervical or thoracic; with/or without imaging guidance.

62320, 62321

Cervical/Thoracic Facet Injection- up to (4) levels

Cervical/Thoracic Facet Injection- up to (4) levels

Facet Injections (paravertebral) cervical or thoracic.

64490, 64491, 64492

Cervical/Thoracic Radiofrequency Ablation- up to (4) Levels

Cervical/Thoracic Radiofrequency Ablation- up to (4) Levels

Destruction neurolytic agent, cervical or thoracic.

64633, 64634

Joint Injection

Joint Injection

Injection into the joint or bursa; with or without ultrasound guidance.

20600, 20611

Lumbar Epidural Injection (interlaminar or caudal)

Lumbar Epidural Injection (interlaminar or caudal)

Edidural or Subarachnoid Injection with/or without catheter lumbar or sacral (caudal); with or without imaging guidance.

62322, 62323

Lumbar Facet Injection- up to (4) levels

Lumbar Facet Injection- up to (4) levels

Facet Injections (paravertebral) lumbar or sacral.

64493, 64494, 64495

Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation- up to (4) Levels

Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation- up to (4) Levels

Destruction neurolytic agent, lumbar or sacral.

64635, 64636

Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural- up to (2) levels

Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural- up to (2) levels

Sacriolliac Joint Injection

Sacriolliac Joint Injection

Thoracic Epidural Injection

Thoracic Epidural Injection

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We offer high-quality same day surgery, without the added burden of hospital expenses. Our patients can undergo their procedure, stabilize safely onsite, and return home to recover in comfort.

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Partnering with us gives your physician an added level of quality control. We’ve cultivated strong relationships with many local physicians to provide a stress-free surgery experience.

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