Dr. Hennessey and Dr. Kozakiewicz are sensitive to the fact that you work hard for your money and that you deserve to know the cost of your medical care – before you buy it. Our prices are listed below.
|Electrodiagnostic Studies||CPT Code|
|EMG per limb||95886||$150|
|Nerve conduction study (1-2)||95907||$140|
|Nerve conduction study (3-4)||95908||$160|
|Nerve conduction study (5-6)||95909||$190|
|Nerve conduction study (7-8)||95910||$250|
|Nerve conduction study (9-10)||95911||$310|
|Nerve conduction study (11-12)||95912||$350|
|Nerve conduction study (>12)||95913||$410|
* Typical bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome or peripheral neuropathy study: 10 nerves and two limb EMG. A consult may also be billed depending on the medical circumstances. A one sided carpal tunnel study is usually 5 nerves and one EMG.
|Medicare Office Visits|
|New patient, low severity||99202||$75|
|New patient, moderate severity||99203||$110|
|New patient, comprehensive severity||99204||$170|
|New patient, complex severity||99205||$175|
|Non-Medicare Office Visits|
|New patient, low severity||99242||$131|
|New patient, moderate severity||99243||$165|
|New patient, comprehensive severity||99224||$211|
|New patient, complex severity||99245||$260|
|Follow-Up Visits (Medicare & Non-Medicare)|
|Carpal tunnel injection||20526||$110|
|Tendon sheath injection||20550||$105|
|Ganglion cyst injection||20612||$66|
|Major joint injection||20610||$115|
|Intermediate joint injection||20605||$80|
|Small joint injection||20600||$75|
|Trigger point injection (1 or 2)||20552||$85|
|Trigger point injection (3 or more)||20553||$115|
|Sacroiliac (SI) joint injection||27096||$350|
|Botox injection, limb||64644||$170|
|Botox injection, neck||64616||$170|
|Amniotic stem cell injection (1/2cc) tendon or soft tissue||$1,595|
|Amniotic stem cell injection (1cc) knee or shoulder||$2,495|
|Ultrasound guidance (if needed)||76942||$210|
Dr. Hennessey and Dr. Kozakiewicz, along with Professor Jodi Forlizzi, of Carnegie Mellon University, founded Pratter.us in early 2014. Pratter means “price matters.” It is our goal and passion to bring true medical cost transparency to all working Americans – before the time of service.
You are all encouraged to provide us with copies of your medical bills and insurance explanation of benefits (EOB) even if you are not our patients. We will code them and upload the medical costs onto Pratter and then shred the bills. Never will there be a patient name or diagnosis retained or listed on Pratter. Help us help you know your costs and visit www.pratter.us at your convenience.
FYI: The term “high deductible” refers to an insurance policy with $2,000 or more out-of-pocket expense by you before the insurance company pays $1 or more toward your medical care. $5,000 to $10,000 high deductible health insurance plans are becoming the norm. This means that you are paying for all of your medical care out-of-pocket except inpatient hospitalizations. “Welcome” to this new era.