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Learn the symptoms you'll get if you have osteoporosis and you break your wrist, hip, or spine.
Find out about ways to relieve pain and heal spinal compression fractures without surgery, including physical therapy, rest, and back braces.
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Find out what to expect during recovery from surgery for spinal compression fractures.
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