NEW mcompass Manometric Biofeedback System

Device Reimbursements are covered under the code(s):

  • 90911 Biofeedback training
  • 91122 Anorectal manometry
  • 91120 Rectal sensation, tone, and compliance test
  • 97112 Therapeutic Procedure 15 minutes


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Manometric Biofeedback Introducing a new concept in manometric biofeedback, mcompass is the first ever portable, simple-to-use device that will integrate into the workflow of any practice and make testing a reality for a broad range of physicians. Portable, Easy and Affordable



  • Cost-efficient solution for treating patients suffering with incontinence or chronic constipation
  • Portable, wireless system eliminating the need for a cart and dedicated room
  • Ability to view anal and rectal pressures simultaneously
  • Contains visual biofeedback for patient participation
  • Utilizes anorectal manometry for detailed results
  • Runs four comprehensive tests for pelvic floor retraining
  • Two or five-channel measurement catheter comprising of a central rectal balloon and a radial anal canal balloon

Fecal/urinary incontinence and chronic constipation are becoming too big to ignore. Manometric Biofeedback can be an option for both women and men suffering from these debilitating issues. Performing pelvic floor exercises can help strengthen the muscles under the uterus, bladder, and bowel to directly assist with bowel control and urinary leakage. Medspira has created the mcompass manometric biofeedback system with not only hospitals, but also with private clinicians in mind. This affordable, portable, easy-to-use solution fits seamlessly into any office workflow. The mcompass can give your patients an option to retrain their pelvic floor muscles without the need for more invasive treatments. For patients that do require more invasive procedures, pelvic floor retraining may help them maximize their potential to stay continent.

P1120294 Tablet: Portable, wireless system weighs 3 lbs. Easy built-in WiFi for emailing of full digital encrypted results to appropriate specialists as needed. P1120297 FOB: Contains five functional pressure transducers. Ready for use in just seconds after easy priming. Catheter: Two channel, air charged, high-performance, disposable catheter.

Medicare 2019 National Average Reimbursement


90911 (Biofeedback Training, perineal muscles, anorectal or urethral sphincter, including EMG and/or manometry)

  • Facility/Hospitals   (two separate claims are submitted):
    • 2019 Medicare Hospital APC: $135
    • 2019 Medicare Provider Fee: $45
    • Total per each treatment session: $180*
    • Total for Completed Biofeedback: $1,080**
  • Private Practice   (Medicare in-office claim):
    • 2019 Medicare in-office: $89
    • Total per each treatment session$89*
    • Total for Completed Biofeedback: $534**
  • Physical Therapists (Medicare in-office claim):
    • 2019 Medicare in-office: $89
    • Total per each treatment session$89*
    • Total for Completed Biofeedback: $534**

*Source: Pivotal Reimbursements Consulting

**6 bi-weekly therapy sessions are recommended to complete manometric biofeedback treatment 

Note: E/M CPT code (office visit) can be submitted separately, if considered by the provider as medically necessary.

CAPABLe Methods Cont Clin Trials 2015: Controlling Anal Incontinence by Performing Anal Exercises with Biofeedback or Loperamide: UNC Study – Fecal Incontinence in Primary Care: Caring for Patients with Fecal Incontinence Costs More Than $4,000 per Patient: Improving biofeedback for the treatment of fecal incontinence in women: implementation of a standardized multi-site manometric biofeedback protocol:

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