The ReBuilder and
Most Private Health Insurance Companies Cover
ReBuilder treatments in a clinic and
re-imbursement for home use are routinely
covered by most insurance companies under the codes used for electrical stimulation.
Registered with the FDA
as a prescription device for the following uses:
Symptomatic Relief for Chronic
Post-Traumatic & Post-Surgical
Increasing Local Blood
Relaxation of Muscle Spasms
Prevention or Retardation of
Stimulation of Calf Muscles to Prevent Venous
Maintaining or Increasing Range
qualifies for reimbursement under the "DME
Billing Code" E0720.
The ReBuilder is
fully registered with the FDA as both a TENS
device (DME Code E0720) (for pain) and
separately, as an EMS (DME Code E0745) for
muscle atrophy with intact nerve. Most
insurance companies recognize, understand, and
prefer the TENS description.
* DME = Durable medical Equipment
Although the FDA
groups the ReBuilder with normal TENS devices
(because of their limited number of
classifications) the function of the ReBuilder is
exactly the opposite
of a common TENS device.
is meant to close nerve channels to
block pain, while
the ReBuilder is designed to open nerve
channels, creating a reversal of
Unfortunately, Medicare is
currently unavailable for coverage.
Model 300 has been partially covered in the
past, however new Medicare regulations have
restricted access to this wonderful product.
not bill your healthcare provider. You file
a claim for reimbursement. **
On rare occasion, your provider WILL
pay us up front for the device.
Contact your provider to inquire about this.
BOTH Models 2407 and 300 are routinely covered.
As of January 1, 2018
The ReBuilder requires a
prescription to purchase. You will
also need this prescription to provide to
your insurance company as part of your
to the terms of your policy, usually 80-90%
of the purchase price.
Secondary coverage may pick up the rest.
Contact your provider if
you are unsure if it is covered.
In order to know exactly IF and HOW MUCH
will be covered, please contact your
healthcare provider and
ask what your coverage is for
control device with "DME Code E0720". If they ask, "Is it a tens
device?", you can say yes to confirm that
they are looking at the correct code.
Chances are, they will know about the ReBuilder already.
and codes your physician will need
are as follows.
Three are Required to Obtain The
ReBuilder. Include #4 if you
want the garments.
1) Diagnosis and (Code): "chronic
DX Code – G89.4
Other Possible Diagnosis
Codes: "Other Chronic Pain"
(DX Code – G89.29) and "Unspecified
Idiopathic Peripheral Neuropathy"
(DX Code – G60.9 DX Code – 90.09)
2) DME Billing Codes:
ReBuilder Model 300 (DME Code E0720)
for treatment of chronic pain.
ReBuilder Model 2407 (DME Code
E0730) for treatment of chronic
DME Billing Code E0731
Conductive garment (gloves
Description is: "TENS or NMES with
conductive fibers separated from
patient's skin by layers of fabric".
And/or... "Area to be treated is too
large for the normal electrodes."
And/or... "Patient cannot tolerate
the adhesives of normal conductive
Description: "TENS, ReBuilder, brand specific,
4) Medical Necessity:
"This device is medically necessary
for the treatment of intractable
pain unresponsive to drugs, surgery,
and/or physical therapy.
Can strengthen claim.
Failed meds: To further
strengthen your claim, we suggest
your doctor also include a brief
history of failed medications or
other attempted modalities. (This
can be part of the "medical
To further strengthen your
claim, we suggest your doctor also
include a brief evaluation study
click here for a printable version
This is the fasted way to get
- 1. Confirm coverage with your
2. Talk to your doctor about
the ReBuilder and ask if he/she will
write the prescription.
(If not, find a new physician
that has your best interests in mind!)
3. Purchase the ReBuilder and
then make a copy of your sales receipt
to include with your claim.
Gather the sales receipt, the
prescription, Certificate of Medical
Necessity, and any other supporting
documentation, and then submit your
5. Reimbursement is sent
to you by your health insurance provider.
** The need for a "trial use"
and a 30-60 day re-evaluation is required for
some Insurance Plans. Some plans will not pay
until improvement benefit is documented by your
physician. This is why many people use the
ReBuilder for 30 days and then share results
with their physician, then file the claim. This
significantly strengthens your claim.
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ReBuilder disclaimer: We
are not licensed medical professionals, nor do we imply so. We
do not prescribe, diagnose, or provide medical services or
advice in any way.
contained on these pages about neuropathy, the ReBuilder, alternative medicines, or any other topics have not been evaluated by the Food
and Drug Administration. The information found here is not
intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, disease, and should not be
construed as medical
advice, meant for diagnosing illness, or for prescriptive
purposes. The ReBuilder for peripheral neuropathy.