For Medicare coverage, there must be a diagnosis of subluxation, along with a secondary neuromusculoskeletal diagnosis in a spinal region. In recent years, Medicare has allowed a wider variety of secondary codes to couple with the segmental dysfunction primary code. This brief training outlines the Medicare guidelines and requirements for diagnosis, both in the medical...
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