All Services at Warner Family Practice



Allergy Testing

We offer on-site allergy testing. To provide accurate and fast results we use scratch testing to look for allergens, two of the largest categories being: common southwest inhalants and food allergies.

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Ankle Brachial Index (ABI)

A simple, reliable test for diagnosing peripheral arterial disease. Blood pressure measurements are taken at the arms and ankles using a specialized computer and an ultrasound device called a Doppler that produces sound waves.

Billing Codes
CPT: 93922, Diagnosis: R09.89


Balance Plate

Also called a Posturography test, uses equipment known as the Balance+Plus Fall Assessment System. This equipment looks like a weight scale, but with extra computerized accessories. The patient simply steps onto it, and the system’s software calculates the patient’s weight and body mass index, determines his or her balance, stability or falls-risk. In seconds, the detailed description documents the patient’s age, sex, height, weight, body mass index and balance, stability and falls-risk score… graded as either normal, mildly impaired, moderately impaired, severely impaired or profoundly impaired.

Billing Codes
CPT: 92548, 97750 Diagnosis: R42

Basic Lab Work

Blood work is a core tool for diagnosing a patients current health or preventative treatment plan. Our in-house lab provides testing for all the major blood indicators such as lipids, CBC, CMP, hemoglobin A1C, vitamin D, inflammatory markers along with many other case-specific tests.

Billing Codes
CPT: 99000, 36415, 85025, 80053, 82043, 82570, 84100, 84479, 84481, 84439, 84443,80050


Carotid Limited Ultrasound

The carotid ultrasound is performed to screen patients for blockage or narrowing of their carotid arteries, which if present may increase their risk of having a stroke at some future date. Treated early and aggressive with lifestyle changes and medication, reversal of the disease may be possible.

Billing Codes
CPT: 93882, Diagnosis: R09.89

Chest X-Ray

A chest x-ray includes an x-ray of the chest, lungs, heart, large arteries, ribs and diaphragm. This x-ray can help detect problems with the organs and structures inside the chest. It can also help identify the cause of a symptom such as a cough, shortness of breath, or chest pain. In addition, it may identify and monitor the treatment of lung conditions and some heart problems.

Billing Codes
CPT: 71020, Diagnosis: Z00.00 or Z00.01


A non-invasive exercise test that examines the cardiopulmonary system as a whole. Exercise testing remains a remarkably versatile tool that provides valuable diagnostic information regarding patients at risk of cardiovascular or pulmonary disease. Integration of data obtained from pulmonary function tests (PFT’s), gas exchange analyses (oxygen consumption) and electrocardiogram (ECG) obtained at maximal work rate allows for the ability to differentiate between limiting factors due to the heart, lungs, obesity or deconditioning. CPX provides a tremendous amount of information relating to present and future health outcomes.

Billing Codes
CPT: 93015, 94060, 94681, 94400, 94727, 94729 Diagnosis: Varies by patient


Digital X-ray

Warner Family Practice provides patients with digital x-ray in-house. This allows your providers to have results sooner than going to an outside facility. In addition, we can take outside orders from any specialist and send the results directly to them.

DPN: Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

DPN-Neuropathy: NC stat DPNCheck performs a nerve conduction study of the Sural Nerve and detects neuropathy at a much earlier stage. DPNCheck is particularly useful in the evaluation and management of patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

Billing Codes
CPT: 95905 Diagnosis: E11.9 or R20.2


The state-of-the-art DXA-scan is a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. The DXA-scan is a quick, non-invasive procedure that assesses bone mineral density, which can determine the rate of bone loss and detect osteoporosis before a fracture occurs.

Billing Codes
CPT: 77080 & 77082, Diagnosis: Z13.820, if previous abnormal test then M81.0 or M85.89 will be used



An electrocardiogram is a test that records the electrical activity of the heart. The ECG is used to measure the rate and regularity of heartbeats as well as the size and position of the chambers, the presence of any damage to the heart, and the effects of drugs or devices used to regulate the heart, such as a pacemaker.

Billing Codes
CPT: 93000, Diagnosis: Z00.00 or Z00.01


Fasting Glucose

This is a measurement of blood glucose taken after you have not eaten for 12 to 14 hours. It is often the first test done to help detect diabetes. Glucose is a type of sugar found in carbohydrate foods and is the main source of energy used by the body.

Billing Codes
CPT: 82950, Diagnosis: R73.01

Free T3

A T3 test helps to determine whether the thyroid is functioning properly. It is ordered primarily to help diagnose hyperthyroidism and may be ordered to help monitor the progress of a patient with a known thyroid disorder.

Billing Codes
CPT: 84481, Diagnosis: Z13.21, Z13.228, Z13.29

Free T4

To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to help diagnose hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.

Billing Codes
CPT: 84439, Diagnosis: Z13.21, Z13.228, Z13.29



Billing Codes
CPT: 87591 & 87491, Diagnosis: Z11.3


Hearing Test

Warner Family Practice offers patients a state-of-the-art, self-administered hearing test. This easy-to-use test can detect a potential hearing challenge before it becomes debilitating. If you suspect you might suffer from minor hearing loss ask your doctor about our hearing test service.

Billing Codes
CPT: 92557, 92565, 92567,92568, 92588; Diagnosis: Z01.10 or hearing impairment code

Hemoccult/Stool Sample

Fecal occult blood tests (FOBT) use chemical indicators on stool samples to detect the presence of blood not visible. Blood originating from or passing through the gastrointestinal tract can signal many conditions requiring further diagnostic procedures.

Billing Codes
CPT: 82274, Diagnosis: Z12.11

Hemoglobin AC1

A hemoglobin A1c test measures the average amount of sugar in your blood over the last 3 months. As your body processes blood sugar, small amounts of glucose naturally bond with hemoglobin, a protein in the red blood cells. As a result, the hemoglobin bonded with glucose (glycated hemoglobin, or A1c) can be used as an overall record of glucose levels for as long as the individual red blood cell lives, which is about two to three months.

Billing Codes
CPT: 83036, Diagnosis: R73.03, R73.09

High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein

The high sensitivity CRP (hs-CRP) test measures very small amounts of CRP in the blood and is ordered most frequently for seemingly healthy people to assess their potential risk for heart problems.

Billing Codes
CPT: 86141, Diagnosis: Z00.00


Lipid Panel

A lipid test measures fats and fatlike substances used as a source of fuel in your body; examples include cholesterol, triglycerides, high-density lipoprotein (HDL), and low-density lipoprotein (LDL). Lipids are found in your bloodstream or are stored in tissues; they are an important part of cell structure and other functions in the body. Lipid disorders, such as high cholesterol, may contribute to life-threatening illnesses, such as coronary artery disease (CAD), heart attack, or stroke.

Billing Codes
CPT: 80061, Diagnosis: Z00.00, R73.03, R73.09


Microalbumin & Creatinine

The random microalbumin test or microalbumin/creatinine ratio is frequently ordered as a screening test on patients with chronic conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension that put them at an increased risk of developing kidney failure.

Billing Codes
CPT: 82043 & 82570, Diagnosis: Z13.21, Z13.228, Z13.29


Pulmonary Function Test

The PFT is a lung function test. The PFT measures how well the lungs take in and exhale air, and how efficiently they transfer oxygen into the blood. Spirometry measures how well the lungs exhale. The information gathered during this test is useful in diagnosing certain types of lung disorders, but is primarily used to assess obstructive lung diseases such as asthma.

Billing Codes
CPT: 94010 & 94375, Diagnosis: Z00.00 or Z00.01


A PSA test measures the amount of prostate-specific antigen in the blood. Low amounts of PSA may be found in the blood of healthy men. The amount of PSA in the blood normally increases as a man’s prostate enlarges with age. It is also increased by inflammation of the prostate gland (prostatitis) and by prostate cancer.

Billing Codes
CPT: 84153, Diagnosis: Z12.5


Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

The Resting Metabolic Rate test measures the amount of energy expended daily by a human at rest. It is used to help identify the correct amount of calories needed to eat to achive weight loss.

Billing Codes
CPT: 94690, Diagnosis: E66.09


Sleep Study

A sleep study can help detect sleep apnea, a serious and life threatening condition, occurring when the airway temporarily collapses during sleep, causing breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep. Most patients who suffer from OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) will experience low levels of oxygen in the blood, high blood pressure and a quality of life decrease due to headaches and drowsiness. Some signs of OSA include loud snoring, dry mouth, morning headaches and shortness of breath.


T3 Uptake

The thyroid uptake test estimates how much thyroid hormone-binding proteins are available in the blood through a calculation based on levels of T3 or T4 added to a patient’s blood specimen.

Billing Codes
CPT: 84479, Diagnosis: Z13.21, Z13.228, Z13.29


This test is used to determine abnormal testosterone level in males and females. Abnormal results may explain infertility or other issues a patient may encounter.

Billing Codes
CPT: 84403, Diagnosis: E29.1

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

The TSH test is often the test of choice for evaluating thyroid function and/or symptoms of hyper- or hypothyroidism. It is frequently ordered along with or preceding a T4 test. Other thyroid tests that may be ordered include a T3 test and a T4.

Billing Codes
CPT: 84443, Diagnosis: Z13.21, Z13.228, Z13.29

Tonopen – Provocative Test for Glaucoma

Tonometry is the procedure to determine the intraocular pressure (IOP), the fluid pressure inside the eye. It is an important test in the evaluation of diabetic patients at risk from glaucoma.

Billing Codes
CPT: 92140, Diagnosis: E11.9 or Z01.00


Vision Screening

Testing your vision is done using a standard vision screening machine.

Billing Codes
CPT: 99173, Diagnosis: Z00.00, Z00.01 or Z01.00

Vitamin B12

This is the largest and most strucurally complicated vitamin and provides valuable information in treating anemia. It is a water-soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. B12 is one of the eight B vitamins. It is involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body, and important for energy production.

Billing Codes
CPT: 82607, Diagnosis: Z00.00, E53.8

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that can build up in the bloodstream so it is important to take the correct levels of Vitamin D as recommended by your provider. Vitamin D is referred to as the “Sunshine Vitamin” because it is generally felt to be converted by the skin into Vitamin D in the human body. However, recently widespread information about a variety of different diseases exists including bone health, cancer and cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke and chronic fatigue. Some depression has also been linked to low levels of Vitamin D.

Billing Codes
CPT: 82306, Diagnosis: Z00.00, E55.9

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