Can someone help me with ICD10 for glenohumeral internal rotation deficit?

Thank you,
Vickie smith

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  • edited June 2017

    When I look it up I get M24.511 right shoulder; M24.512 left shoulder, and M24.519 for unspecified shoulder.

    "GIRD is a posterior shift in the total arc of motion and is thought to be a physiological adaptation of the shoulder joint to throwing."

    I hope this helps.

    Sherry Cruz, CCS
    Information Analyst/PPS Coordinator
    University of Rochester Medical Center
    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

  • Sherry,

    I appreciate the information.

    Vickie Smith

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