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L2 compression fracture issues

adamaadam Posts: 1
edited 07/02/2013 - 9:25 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
In 06 I suffered a 35% compression fracture of the L2. the treatment was a brace followed after several months of PT. During a recent office visit some xrays were done. I have a follow up in about a week with the doctor, but they informed me that there is chronic wedge deformation and mild degerative changes. I am thinking this does not sound good. Could any one help explain this and what the posible treatments could be. Thanks for any help.
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