|compression fracture l2 icd 10||1.91||0.5||2774||94|
|compression fracture l2 icd 10 code||1.05||0.9||2081||16|
|compression fracture l2 icd 10 unspecified||0.12||0.1||848||11|
|wedge compression fracture l2 icd 10||0.71||0.9||6351||43|
|wedge compression fracture of l2 icd 10||1.94||0.3||4980||37|
|vertebral compression fracture l2 icd 10||0.69||0.3||1148||66|
|subacute l2 compression fracture icd 10||0.39||0.1||7036||24|
|l2 lumbar compression fracture icd 10 code||0.76||0.3||3839||17|
|l2 vertebral compression fracture icd 10 code||1.07||0.2||2434||11|
|icd 10 code l2 compression fracture closed||1.38||0.6||3307||14|
|compression fracture of l2 icd 10 code||1.63||0.7||5960||2|
|chronic l2 compression fracture icd 10 code||0.38||0.4||5538||18|
The treatment for vertebral compression fractures aims at reducing the pain, stabilizing, and repairing the fracture. The non-surgical measures include medications, back braces, bed rest, and certain exercises. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may be prescribed to relieve bone, muscle and nerve pain.What is the treatment for lumbar compression fractures?
The condition is usually treated with medicines and calcium supplements to prevent further fractures. Surgery may be done if you have severe and disabling pain for more than 2 months that does not get better with other treatments. Surgery can include: Other surgery may be done to remove bone if the fracture is due to a tumor.