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 What is the CPT Code for Range of Motion Assessment?

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 95851 - Please visit our 'Billing' webpage for more information.

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 How often should I perform ROM evaluation on a patient?

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 It depends on the patient. Typically, you should measure ROM on first visit, then at re-exam where the patient shows substantial improvement (around the 12th visit).

Q.

 How much does a Q-ROM station cost?

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 Q-ROM is affordably priced at under $2,000. Other computerized ROM measurement systems range in price from $5,000 to $11,000.

Q.

 How can Q-ROM increase my revenues?

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 Q-ROM provides objective, recorded test results that can be used to support and speed reimbursement from insurance providers. The system is also a valuable tool for attracting new clients via patient screenings.

Q.

 How does Q-ROM help me retain customers?

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 Providing your patients with printed objective reports helps educate them and prove that your treatments are effective and necessary.

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 Will using the Q-ROM system save me time?

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 Yes! This is the simplest, easiest to use, and fastest system available. Measuring a patient’s spinal ranges and printing a report takes only a few minutes. And your CA can perform the testing, freeing you to focus on treating your patients.

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 Why is Q-ROM more accurate and more reliable?

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 The system utilizes enhanced 3D dual-inclinometry to provide extremely accurate and repeatable measurements. Q-ROM sensors measure in all directions -- eliminating the need to reposition the sensors and the patient before every motion, and resulting in error-proof measurements.