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Compression fractures usually heal on their own in about 3 months. While that happens, your doctor may suggest you try some things at home that can make you feel better, such as pain medicines, rest, physical therapy, or a back brace. You can often get relief with an over-the counter drug like ibuprofen or acetaminophen.How long does a fractured vertebra take to heal?
More surgery to join spine bones together or to relieve pressure on a nerve. Most compression fractures due to injury heal in 8 to 10 weeks with rest, wearing of a brace, and pain medicines. However, recovery can take much longer if surgery was done. Fractures due to osteoporosis often become less painful with rest and pain medicines.How long does it take for a T12 compression fracture to heal?
Typically, individuals suffering from a stable T12 burst fracture have to wear a compression brace for around 8 to 12 weeks, depending on how fast your spine is healing.